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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.

Visit Marshfield
700 S. Central Ave.
Marshfield, WI 54449
715.384.4314

Benedict Park

This 2.2-acre neighborhood park is located in the northeast area of the city.

Weber Park Trail

This 37-acre city park can be accessed at the corner of Holly Avenue and the end of West 5th Street…

George W. Mead Wildlife Area

Located 20 miles east of downtown Marshfield, this hidden treasure is an invaluable recreational asset to the city of Marshfield.…

McMillan Marsh Wildlife Area

Near the headwaters of the Little Eau Pleine River, McMillan Marsh Wildlife Area is a diverse landscape of wetlands, woodlands…

Wenzel Family Plaza

This vibrant downtown plaza is located at the corner of Second and Chestnut Streets. The multi-use plaza hosts a variety…

Veterans Park

This park in the heart of Marshfield is a tribute to all veterans. It’s home to a walking path and…

Braem Park

Braem Park is a 40-acre partially wooded community park located in the northeast area of the city. Approximately two-thirds of…

Hardacre Park

This pocket-sized downtown park features depictions of historic Marshfield buildings and an original Jurustic Park sculpture.

Marshfield Fairgrounds Park

This park hosts the Central Wisconsin State Fair, as well as a variety of events throughout the year. The park…

Griese Park

This 20-acre community park includes trails, a playground, natural areas and recreational facilities.

Grant Park

This mini park is in central Marshfield. It has playground equipment and picnic facilities.

Forest Ridge Park

This community park covers three acres and features playground equipment, a backstop and basketball court and a picnic area.

Connor Park

This 5.5-acre conservancy borders a wetland and features a scenic walking trail.

Columbia Park

The city’s oldest park covers 2.5 acres and features an art deco-style bandshell which is located on the State and…

Powers Bluff County Park

Located just 14 miles southeast of downtown Marshfield, the 160 acre park is home to beginner level downhill skiing and…

Richfield 360 Recreation Area

Located 10 miles southeast of Marshfield on County Trunk Highway A, and then one half-mile east on Heggelund Lane. This…

North Wood County Park

Located 13 miles southeast of downtown Marshfield, via Highway 73 and 80, on County Road A. The 172-acre park is…