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Visitor Resources

Travel Resources

Our friends at WASHINGTON STATE TOURISM put together this great mobile app: Available at www.visitwa.biz, it enables you to instantly find nearby attractions and activities (indoors and outdoors) when visiting Snohomish County.

For those headed for the hills, the Pocket mobile app allow users to access trail data, record tracks from hikes, runs, or bike rides, and view elapsed time and distance traveled...and more. Website for Pocket Ranger Washington Parks app. 

If a trip to the beautiful mountains of Seattle NorthCountry or wonderful oceanside beaches is on your itinerary, don't forget your DISCOVERY PASS. Many parks and other recreation lands and facilities operated by Washington State Parks, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will require this pass for parking at trailheads.


Other resources you might find helpful:

 

For more information from our partners across Seattle NorthCountry, please see the resources below for municipality-specific travel information.

Arlington Visitor Information - Centennial Trail- 360-659-5453

Bothell Kenmore Chamber & VIC- 425-485-4353

Darrington City Hall- 360-436-1131

Edmonds Visitor Center- 425-670-1496

Granite Falls Chamber- 360-302-3051

Lake Stevens Chamber & Visitor Center- 425-334-0433

Lynnwood Visitor Services at Lynnwood Convention Center- 425-778-7155

Marysville Tulalip Visitors Center & Chamber- 360-659-7700

Monroe Chamber- 360-794-5488

Mukilteo Chamber & Visitor Information Center- 425-347-1456

Sky Valley Visitors Center & Chamber (Index & Sultan)- 360-793-0983

Snohomish Chamber- 360-568-2526

Stanwood - Camano Visitor Services- 360-629-2181

Stilly Valley Chamber & Visitor Center- 360-659-5453

Verlot Public Service Center (mountain Loop Highway)- 360-691-7791