Introduction to Marysville, California
Theodore Cordua oversaw the initial development of this area. Charles Covillaud, who worked for Cordua, discovered that the land was rich with gold, and bought a large area. He played a significant role in the development of the town. The area was in fact named Marysville in the honor of Charles Covillaud's wife Mary Murphy Covillaud.
Marysville and Nearby Attractions
- Bok Kai Temple.
- Mary Aaron Memorial Museum.
- The Bok Kai Festival and Parade.
- Ellis Lake.
Things To Do In Marysville
Popular activities of the area include fishing, boating, hunting, tennis and golf among others. The city has a professionally managed summer collegiate team and hosts the Horizon Air Summer Series, which involves competition among selected summer collegiate teams.
The Sacramento International Airport serves the area.
Marysville Higher Education
The local college is Yuba College.