Marshfield is located in the heart of dairy country, and there are so many delicious varieties to explore here. From farm-fresh cheeses to cool and creamy frozen delights, a food-loving traveler can “milk it” for all it’s worth! Here are some ideas to get you “moo-ving” in the right direction.
Join the fun this weekend! Dairyfest celebrates all things dairy. Events are held throughout Marshfield all weekend long, including a “Cheese Chase” run, a parade, an old-fashioned picnic, the mayor’s breakfast and more. Learn more about this year’s event.
This dairy store is a Marshfield institution, offering high-quality dairy products since 1904. It’s the place to go for unique or classic cheese varieties, ice cream and local butter. There’s a drive-up window for convenience, but you will want to stop inside to browse the store’s expansive selection. Weber’s is a local favorite—it just won Best Shop for Gifts in the 2019 Best of Marshfield.
Located right outside Marshfield, this is another must-visit. Nasonville Dairy has been around for 150 years, and it offers a big selection of specialty cheeses, including 10-year aged cheddar and their oh-so-spicy Scorpion Cheddar. With multiple Wisconsin Master Cheesemakers at Nasonville Dairy, you know you’ll get quality cheese varieties to enjoy and share.
This Central Avenue establishment is the place to visit on a warm Marshfield day (or any day you need something sweet). It dishes up 24 flavors of Chocolate Shoppe ice cream and makes its waffle cones in house every day. Hub City Ice Cream Company also serves sundaes, floats, shakes, malts, slushies and more—a refreshing treat after a fun day at Wildwood Park & Zoo, conveniently located a few blocks away.