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Marshfield is a vibrant community in central Wisconsin known for world-class health care and a fresh mix of lodging, dining and shopping and attractions. There’s always something new to discover in Marshfield—plan your visit today.

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700 S. Central Ave.
Marshfield, WI 54449

Your guide to winter fun in Marshfield | Mother and child tubing at Powers Bluff County Park in central Wisconsin

Your guide to winter fun in Marshfield

There’s a lot to see and do this winter in Marshfield in central Wisconsin, whether you’re taking in a stunning holiday light show, finding a new favorite restaurant, getting your holiday shopping done, or playing outside in the snow. Here are a few suggestions on how to make the most of your Marshfield getaway.

Exciting winter events

All winter long, Marshfield is home to a full calendar of fun events, from holiday craft shows to concerts. One of the area’s signature events is Rotary Winter Wonderland, which runs from the Friday after Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve and dazzles visitors to Wildwood Park with a stunning display of more than a million LED lights, as well as special events like visits from Santa and live music from local artists.

Delicious dining

Marshfield is home to delectable dishes across a wide variety of restaurants, from cafes and coffee shops to brewpubs and pizzerias. Diners will find great options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including several local spots that annually take top honors in the Best of Marshfield survey.

Outdoor fun

Want to get outside and play in the snow? Marshfield offers plenty of places for outdoor adventures, including Wildwood Park, which is home to several miles of nature trails open to hikers, snowshoers, and fat-tire bikers, and Wenzel Family Plaza, a downtown attraction that features an outdoor skating rink in the winter. Another popular winter sports destination is Powers Bluff County Park, located 14 miles southeast of Marshfield and home to three downhill skiing and snowboarding runs and four tube runs, as well as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails.

Holiday shopping hotspots

Make your list and check it twice—you’re sure to find great holiday gifts for everyone when you head to Marshfield this winter. Marshfield’s retailers offer everything from home décor and antiques to specialty foods and hard-to-find books.