We are located in northeast Kansas on the Tuttle Creek Basin within miles of the site where the #1 typical and non-typical deer was taken. We have access to over 6000 acres of land.
Historic Marysville KS give hunters a chance to experience Creativity, Culture, and Community.
Marysville, the county seat of Marshall County, is a beautiful and prosperous town located near the Big Blue River of northern Kansas. It began in the 1850's as a small settlement near a good crossing point on the river. The Historic Trails Park celebrates the many historic trails that met at the river here. The park has a full-sized replica of a rope ferry built by local craftsmen.
Marysville was the first home station on the Pony Express route west of St. Joseph, Missouri. The barn where the ponies were stabled is still standing and is now a museum. A large bronze statue of a Pony Express horse and rider can be seen in the Pony Express Plaza which is located at Broadway and Highway 36 on 7th Street. Visitors to Marysville can enjoy several other museums and unique Lifetiles Murals.
The City Park at the south edge of town has a sod house, a rural schoolhouse, a steam locomotive, and a 1901 Union Pacific Depot. A new theme playground was built in the park in 2001 and a new zero entry swimming pool opened in 2014. The park is also a good place to look for the famous black squirrels, they really are coal black.