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Posted on: January 9, 2023

City implements boat launch fee at Ebey Waterfront Park

Ebey Waterfront launch fee sign

The City of Marysville is committed to maintaining city parks and providing everyone with the best possible experience in Marysville public spaces. This includes Ebey Waterfront Park and its boat ramp that has served local boaters on Ebey Slough for 17 years now. 

As of Friday, Jan. 6, the city has implemented a $10 boat launch fee. The $10 fee is good for 24 hours and will help fund continued maintenance and improvements needed to continue to offer boat launch services.

Payment options

  • Pay by App: The full-featured app for iOS and Android provides the most complete parking experience. You can pay for parking or make a pre-paid reservation. The ParkMobile app can be downloaded via Google Play or Apple Store.
  • Pay by Web:  New lightweight mobile web experience lets you quickly pay for parking without downloading the full app.
  • Pay by Text: Text “PARK” to 77223 and you will be able to quickly start a parking session.
  • Google Pay: Pay with ParkMobile right in the Google Pay app. Plus, quick links from Google Maps make it easy to navigate and start a parking session.

With the exception of paid boat trailers, parking in Ebey Waterfront Park is limited to 2 hours. For more information, visit http://www.marysvillewa.gov/EbeyBoatLaunch. Thank you for your enjoyment and support of Marysville parks.

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