Named in association with the Marron River, a post office was first opened in 1909 as Marron Lake. The post office was re-designated Marron Valley in 1924. The Geological Survey of Canada map for 1936 show "Marron Valley (town)" though this was downgraded to "Marron Valley (settlement)" in 1954.
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