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Ebey Waterfront Park

Admission Fee



  1. ADA Accessible
  2. Bike path
  3. Boat Launch
  4. Fishing
  5. Parking
  6. Pavilion
  7. Picnic Areas
  8. Playground
  9. Public restrooms
  10. Tables
  11. Walking trail(s)
  12. Water
  13. Wildlife Viewing

Your Gateway to the SeaEbey Waterfront Park

Ebey Waterfront Park and Boat Launch Facility opened in August 2005, a $4 million inter-tidal marine park that meets boating needs while serving as a magnet to draw citizens, shoppers and tourists to downtown Marysville.

The project was a 10-year effort from the drawing board to its grand opening, but it had been in the imagination of city
 leaders since the 1940s.

Access for All
Ebey Waterfront Park provides access to the Snohomish River Delta and Port Gardner Bay for pleasure boaters, anglers and hunters, but it also serves as an invaluable resource for economic development, downtown revitalization and tourism along the city’s southern gateway

Park Features 
Park features include: 

  • Ebey fish plaza 
  • Four-lane public boat access 
  • Picnic pavilion 
  • Restroom facilities
  • Short-stay moorage float 
  • Space for public fishing 
  • Walking trails, landscaping
  • Wash-down stations 
  • Wetland restoration

Parking is available for 46 car-trailer combos and 32 regular parking spaces. There is no fee at this time to launch craft from Ebey Waterfront. It is the responsibility of the boater to pay careful attention the the tidal charts. This waterway is impacted by flowing river and tidal changes which exposes mud flats during low tides. A chart book to navigate the waterway out in to the Puget Sound is recommended. 

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