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Prior to the 1860s, the area was used extensively by the Native Americans. During the 1860s, it became attractive to white settlers. E.D. Smith founded the town of Lowell in 1863. Logging and river transportation were among the first attractions. Mills along the river were major employers in the area. Located on the western banks of the Snohomish River, the community of Lowell exists within the larger City of Everett. Begun as two separate entities, the river towns of Everett and Lowell eventually incorporated; yet even now, Lowell retains its identify as a unique community.
Some of the near by parks are spectacular. Lowell Park has a playground, tennis and basketball courts, baseball fields and an off-leash area. Lowell Riverfront Park has a walking trail, viewpoint and fishing. Rotary Park has a boat launch, trails and fishing.
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