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VISITMARSHFIELD.COM

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marshfield

4 WELCOME

A welcome to Marshfield from our Mayor Bob McManus

5 ROAD TRIP INSPIRATION

Take a virtual tour of Marshfield and get ideas for your next trip

to our city!

6 MARSHFIELD MADE NEW

Learn all the ways Marshfield is Made New

8 ATTRACTIONS

Check out the best places to visit when you are in town

10 DOWNTOWN JURUSTIC TRAIL

Discover a whimsical walking trail of rusted art through downtown

12 WENZEL FAMILY PLAZA

A family-centric plaza full of events and activities

14 GIFT GUIDE

Take home a piece of Marshfield at these popular shopping spots

19 COUNTY PARKS & RECREATION

Plan your next adventure outdoors in one of our scenic

county parks

20 SPORTS & OUTDOORS

Are you sporty, outdoorsy, or both? See our city trails map!

24 MARSHFIELD CLINIC

HEALTH SYSTEM

Enriching lives for generations. See the Medical Center campus map.

28 CITY MAP OF MARSHFIELD

Points of interest, park information, and hotel/motel

accommodations

30 WILDWOOD ZOO

Check out the newly expanded Floyd & Pat Hamus Cougar

Exhibit and brand new Welcome Center

33 DAIRY DELICIOUSNESS

Taste what makes our dairy industry so sweet!

34 SHOP LOCAL

One-of-a-kind gifts are waiting for you at our eclectic

downtown shops

36 BEST OF MARSHFIELD

Check out the winners

37 DINING

A Foodie Getaway and restaurants to please every appetite

41 TRANSPORTATION

Ride, drive, or fly: how to get around

42 HOTELS & MOTELS

A variety of accommodation options for you (and possibly

your canine companion)

44 AREA CHURCHES

List of worship services and locations

46 MEETING & CONFERENCE

An easy-to-use directory for all your meeting and

conference needs

DRAGON SCULPTURE • DOWNTOWN JURUSTIC TRAIL

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

Police Emergency...................................................................................911

Police Non-Emergency..................................................... 715-387-4394

Fire, Ambulance, Rescue Squad............................................................911

Fire Non-Emergency.........................................................715-486-2094

Hospital 24-Hour Emergency Services..............................715-387-7676

Marshfield Clinic Health System.........................................715-387-5511

Marshfield Clinic Urgent Care...........................................715-389-3839

Marshfield Medical Center...................................................715-387-1713

Visit Marshfield...................................................................715-384-4314

Main Street Marshfield....................................................... 715-387-3299

Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry...... 715-384-3454

Marshfield Parks & Recreation......................................... 715-384-4642

Travel Wisconsin................................................................800-432-8747

Marshfield Department of Motor Vehicles..................... 608-264-7447

Road Conditions........................................ 800 ROAD WIS (762-3947)

US Post Office....................................................................715-389-2922

VISIT MARSHFIELD

700 S. Central Avenue Marshfield, WI 54449

Phone: 715-384-4314 Fax: 715-387-8925

info@visitmarshfield.com visitmarshfield.com

CREDITS & ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Editors: Visit Marshfield, Matt McLean, Nikki Claude

Cartography: City of Marshfield

Design: Kayla Ostenson, Heinzen Printing, Inc.

Production and Printing: Heinzen Printing, Inc.

The Official 2021 Marshfield Visitors Guide is provided as a service by

Visit Marshfield. Information and photography for this guide was gathered

from the Visit Marshfield’s tourism database in November 2020.

Information contained herein is subject to change.

© 2021, all rights reserved. Printed in the USA. Reproduction or use of any

content without written permission is strictly prohibited.

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WELCOME TO MARSHFIELD

welcome

WELCOME TO MARSHFIELD!

Thank you for visiting Marshfield! I invite

you to come experience everything our city has

to offer.

Marshfield is a place of optimism and is

looking forward in 2021. As we all know,

2020 was a challenging

year for so many and

travel was likely not a

priority for your family.

Understandably, we saw

fewer visitors. During this

time our city businesses

and leaders prepared to

welcome you back this

year (when you are ready

to travel). As I’m sure

you know Marshfield is a

community where we make health and safety

a priority, as our state-of-the-art Marshfield

Medical Center proves every day.

Our hotels, attractions, shopping and

restaurant businesses, and event organizers

have made significant changes to their

operations and protocol to ensure visitors’

protected health and safety, while maintaining

the same warm, inviting service. As you return

to Marshfield, you’ll find plenty of ways to

spend your time. Bring the whole family to

the new Vandehey Waters Outdoor

Aquatic Center (built upon the

previous Hefko Pool) with other

family-friendly onsite activities

opening this summer.

Our downtown welcomes you

to the new Discovery Education

Station, an environmental, science,

and arts education experience for all

ages that promotes the healthy care

of ourselves and our planet. You’re

sure to learn something new and

have fun doing it! Another exciting addition is

a newly built Egyptian-themed escape room at

Escape Room Marshfield, aptly named Tomb.

Wenzel Family Plaza is also back in full swing

this year with exciting plans and activities, plus a

wonderful, wintry offering: for the first time ever,

Ice Skating at the Plaza! We are also very proud

to introduce visitors to the new Hilton Hampton

Inn & Suites (opening 2021) an excellent

addition to Marshfield’s hotel portfolio.

There has never been a better time to

discover what makes Marshfield Made

New. We are a some-what secluded, proud

community that embraces our rural roots,

and yet also have lots of modern, big-city

highlights in our attractions, dining, and

boutique shopping. When you are ready

to roam, don’t settle for a typical tourist

trap – try something new and different, and

experience authentic Wisconsin hospitality

here in Marshfield. We’re ready for you.

Bob McManus

Mayor, City of Marshfield

EXACTLY

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Approximate distances to major cities

Chicago..............................279 miles

Green Bay..........................131 miles

Madison..............................138 miles

Milwaukee..........................191 miles

Minneapolis/St. Paul.........166 miles

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Road Trip Inspiration

Take a virtual tour of Marshfield

Many of us have fond memories of road trips

with our families. Mom and Dad usually chose

the destination for us, but no matter where

your folks brought you or what you had hoped

to do or see, one thing could make or break the

success of your trip (and keep everyone smiling,

even when sharing the backseat of the car with

your siblings): preparation.

Packing is unavoidable, but what is just as

vital as your long checklist of must-brings is

preparing to spend

your trip time the way

you want.

Visit Marshfield

is here for you to

guide you in the

right direction to

ensure that you

create memories with

friends and families for years to come. Enjoy

a nostalgic meal that tastes just like homecooked

(or drink an old-fashioned, while you’re

at it) or experience a new hotspot in Marshfield

that you never expected to find.

There’s no better time plan a getaway to

refresh your spirits!

Take a virtual tour of Marshfield, via

visitmarshfield.com, where you can:

• Browse a variety of hotels & motels

• Search for new (or new-to-you) treasures

at local shops and antique stores

• Find an attraction to marvel at, like familyfriendly

Wildwood Park & Zoo or

larger-than-life Jurustic Park

• Tantalize your taste buds with a

preview of Marshfield’s restaurants

• Crowd-source some advice on your

stops from the Best of Marshfield

survey awards

• Plan a family outing to one (or more)

of Marshfield’s biggest festivals

And remember, whatever you see and do,

share it with us using #marshfieldmadenew.

We can’t wait to see what you discover!

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MARSHFIELD MADE NEW

Marshfield Made New

We’re Ready for You!

I think everybody is ready for 2021 and

with our ever-changing world many things

will be different or new. That is why we are

showcasing how Marshfield is evolving and

growing as Marshfield Made New.

First, let’s dive deeper into what makes

Marshfield a great place to live, work, and play.

Marshfield is a bright star in the medical field,

and the well-known Marshfield Clinic Health

System and Marshfield Medical Center serves

the local community and thousands of visitors

with cutting-edge research, treatments,

and compassionate care. Marshfield also has

strong roots in agriculture, with local artisans

making some of the finest cheese, dairy

products, and other foods that are enjoyed all

around the world. We are also an important

transportation hub as we were founded on

the railroads, receiving the moniker of “The

Hub City,” and are home to one of the largest

trucking companies in the Midwest, Roehl

Transportation, Inc.

So why do visitors come to Marshfield to

have a good time? Marshfield is an off-thebeaten

path destination that celebrates all

the best things rural areas have to offer, while

pampering you with modern amenities for you

stay. You’ll be able to get away from the hustle

and bustle, and traffic drain typical of metro

areas, and take time to unwind and enjoy the

simpler things in life. Come to our restaurants

for a pint of locally brewed beer and nibble on

a savory cheese plate while catching up with

friends you haven’t seen in a while. Or spend

a day reconnecting with nature as you take a

hike on pleasant paths, maybe spotting some

herons and cranes (without the constant,

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distracting alerts or email notifications on your

phone). You can also reunite and make lasting

memories with your family by taking a trip

over to Wildwood Zoo or be regaled with zany

stories of the larger-than-life creatures found

at Jurustic Park.

So now you know more about Marshfield

– but what is Marshfield Made New?

Marshfield Made New is all about how we

pay homage to our

rich, storied history

while embracing

and planning for a

vibrant future. The

past is still everpresent,

whether

you’re finding new

treasures in specialty

antique stores

or following our

Downtown Jurustic

Trail, a brand-new,

fantastical tour of

rusted, sculpture masterpieces

created by Clyde Wynia. These

art pieces begin with the ordinary;

old scissors, garden clippers, and

forgotten tractors become creatures

that engage and expand the imagination of all,

big and small.

Marshfield is being transformed by the

building of new facilities to support our city’s

prosperous future. Two exciting examples

are coming in 2021: the Vandehey Waters

Outdoor Aquatic Center opening this summer

and the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton,

opening this spring.

Generations of families in Marshfield have

cooled off on hot summer days at Hefko Pool

over the decades and created lasting memories.

Now the new Vandehey Waters (built on the

same site) will create future memories of

summer fun. This state-of-the-art outdoor

complex features recreational elements for

kids of all ages: multiple water slides, a climbing

wall, a current channel and a lap and recreation

pool for a full day of fun in the water. Back on

land, you can also pick up a game of basketball,

eat a snack or two at

the full concession

stand, have the

convenience of family

changing rooms with

private changing

stalls, and enjoy the

use of a reservable

shelter, party room,

grassy area, shade

structures, and plenty

of lounge chairs.

It’s the perfect way

to keep the kids

entertained while soaking

up the sun.

After a day full of

activities in Marshfield,

you’ll have a fresh place to

rest your head at the brand new Hampton Inn

& Suites by Hilton, conveniently located near

the Marshfield Medical Center at 400 W.

Upham Street. The hotel will have 86 rooms,

featuring 24 studio suites, an exercise room,

and an indoor heated pool. Travelers can count

on this popular and often requested Hilton

brand hotel, the first of its kind in Marshfield,

to provide quality service and comfort.

New-to-you additions from the previous

year include the multi-million-dollar


expansion of the Marshfield Clinic Health System

YMCA and the construction of the Marshfield

High School’s Kenneth & Ardyce Heiting

Community Stadium. The stadium seats about

4,000 spectators and has already hosted new

large football, track and soccer events with more

to come this year. Be sure to also check out how

Wildwood Zoo grew with the expanded Floyd

& Pat Hamus Cougar Exhibit and Marshfield

Zoological Society Welcome Center, located at

the center of the zoo, near star residents Kodiak

bears Munsey and Boda.

We are excited about all the ways Marshfield is,

and continues to be, Marshfield Made New.

We are embracing the optimism and spirit of

Marshfield Made New to guide us forward in the

future here at Visit Marshfield. We are looking

forward to welcoming you as you make plans

to experience and revel in the joys of travel in

2021. Remember, Marshfield is always a place

that preserves the past, breathes life into it, and

makes it new through care. We care about making

Marshfield a destination you will love traveling to

again and again!

Visit us—there’s always something new for you

to discover!

MARSHFIELD MADE NEW

Matt McLean

Executive Director, Visit Marshfield

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ATTRACTIONS

attractions

CHESTNUT CENTER FOR THE ARTS

715-389-8999 chestnutarts.org

208 S. Chestnut Avenue, Marshfield, WI

Marshfield’s venue for performing, visual, and literary art: educational

classes; workshops; and special events. This historic downtown building

also houses local artist studios, providing a place to connect with the

arts and creative people in Marshfield! Enjoy concerts, plays, poetry

readings, art gallery shows and more!

ESCAPE ROOM MARSHFIELD

715-207-6449 escaperoommarshfield.com

108 E. 4th Street, Marshfield, WI

Puzzle enthusiasts rejoice! Escape Room Marshfield offers hourlong,

theme-driven puzzle challenges for you to master with your

friends and family. Rooms are designed for 4–6 players but can

accommodate as few as 2 players and are always private to your

group. Various locks, riddles, physical puzzles, and secrets make

for an exciting and interactive experience. Can you solve all the

puzzles and escape the room within one hour? Book your room

via their website and get ready to solve the mysteries of Escape

Room Marshfield.

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UPHAM HOUSE

715-387-3322

uphammansion.com

212 W. Third Street,

Marshfield, WI

A must-see for lovers of Mid-

Victorian architecture and local

history! Travel back in time as

you enter the restored 1880

mansion of Wisconsin’s third

Governor—William Henry Upham. See elegant, Victorian furniture

and enjoy the Heritage Rose Garden behind the mansion, boasting

32 varieties of fragrant roses. The mansion now serves as the center

for the North Wood County Historical Society exhibits, activities,

and local history research. Hours are Wednesdays & Saturdays

1:30–4 p.m., closed holidays. Call for tours.

THE HIGHGROUND VETERANS MEMORIAL

715-743-4224 thehighground.org

W7031 Ridge Road, Neillsville, WI

“More than for all veterans, more than for those who did not come

back, The Highground is a place for all of us!” The 155-acre staffed

Veterans Memorial Park pays tribute to the fallen and survivors

for their service and their sacrifices. Veterans of all wars will find

a museum, learning center, meditation garden, handicapped

accessible tree house, and developmental forest with four miles of

hiking trails. The park is open 24-hours a day, year-round.

JURUSTIC PARK

715-387-1653 jurustic.com

112021 Old Sugarbush Lane,

Marshfield, WI

For over 25 years, visitors have been

delighted by art roaring to life at Jurustic

Park. Park curator and artist Clyde Wynia

sculpts larger-than-life “excavated” ironclad

creatures that inhabited the nearby

marsh during the “Iron Age.” Stop by the

Hobbit House to shop his wife Nancy’s

jewelry, woven goods, and fused glass pieces. Located approximately five

minutes north of Marshfield, the park is open most days.

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LEST WE FORGET MILITARY MUSEUM

MARSHFIELD HISTORY MUSEUM

715-387-5867 marshfieldmuseum.com

2nd Street Community Center, Lower Level

211 E. 2nd Street, Marshfield, WI

The museum covers wartime exhibits

from the Civil War to Afghanistan. Learn

from the battlefield dioramas, stories, and

artifacts from Marshfield’s history that

should never be forgotten. Call ahead to

schedule a tour.

LUCILLE TACK CENTER FOR THE ARTS

715-659-4499 lucilletackcenter.com

400 N. School Street, Spencer, WI

Located in the neighboring town of Spencer, the LuCille Tack

Center for the Arts performance center offers some of the

finest local, national and international talent. For nearly a quarter

century, an eclectic mix of genres–music, drama, comedy and

cultures–have been showcased. Whether wearing blue jeans or

your Sunday best, you’re welcome at the Tack.

MARSHFIELD MOTOR SPEEDWAY

715-533-0796 marshfieldspeedway.com

10853 County Road H, Marshfield, WI

This half-mile asphalt oval track brings the thrill of high-speed

racing to the fans of central Wisconsin with weekly races from

April–October!

THE VOX

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Experience live music, don’t just hear it. The Vox features big

city music, with a small-town vibe and offers up-and-coming and

national touring musicians in a very intimate space for a unique

concert experience. Check the website for artists, show dates, and

times—you can even book a weekend package with a hotel room

included. Show dates and times are subject to change—keep up with

the most current information on their website!

for more information,

go to our website:

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WENZEL FAMILY PLAZA

715-387-3299 wenzelfamilyplaza.com

201 S. Chestnut Avenue, Marshfield, WI

A year-round community square and event hub with activities

for the whole family in the heart of downtown Marshfield. The

plaza features a kid-friendly water feature and opportunities

to take in art and music performances on the Everett &

Dolores Roehl Stage. Popular events have included Yoga in the

Plaza, Lunch in the Plaza, Oktoberfest, Farm to Table dinners,

and much more! Follow Wenzel Family Plaza on Facebook for

2021 activities.

WILDWOOD PARK& ZOO

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608 W. 17th Street, Marshfield, WI

Established in 1937, Wildwood has grown to become one of the

state’s premier parks and leading zoos. On more than 340 acres,

the star residents are rare, twin Kodiak bears Munsey & Boda

(turning 6-years-old in February 2021). Check out the newly

expanded Cougar Exhibit and Welcome Center; see wolves, bald

eagles, buffalo, and many more animals! With miles of trails to

enjoy, the zoo is a favorite spot for hikers, runners, and bikers.

For park and zoo hours, or more information on the exhibits, go

to visitmarshfield.com.

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513 E. 17th St, Marshfield, WI

The impressive focal point of

Marshfield Fairgrounds Park,

this architectural feat’s claim

to fame is: World’s Largest

Round Barn. Built in 1916 to

show purebred animals, it is

still used for this purpose each

summer during the Central

Wisconsin State Fair. Call the

Fair Office to arrange a tour.

The fairgrounds are also home

to many festivals and events

throughout the year and houses the Marshfield Area Ice Arena,

Marshfield Curling Club, and softball fields.

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JURUSTIC TRAIL

Discover art on the

Downtown Jurustic Trail

Thousands of visitors come to experience

the whimsy of Jurustic Park each year. This

amazing metal sculpture park, located just

north of Marshfield,

is surrounded by a

mystical forested

area, and even has an

enchanting Hobbit

House. But what

many people don’t

know is that some

of the artist Clyde

Wynia’s creatures

have escaped and have

hidden in Downtown

Marshfield. To help you find these zany

creatures and discover some of Marshfield’s

hidden gems for dining and shopping, we

have created the Downtown Jurustic Trail.

*This tour clocks in at just under 1.5

miles. Most people walking at a leisurely

pace will take about 30-45 minutes to

complete it (but we encourage you to

stop and enjoy the sculptures, shopping

opportunities, delicious dining options, and

fun attractions along the way!)

1. Kick off your adventure at home

base: the Marshfield Area Chamber of

Commerce and Industry (MACCI) & Visit

Marshfield office

building. This is

a great place to

grab a copy of the

official Marshfield

Visitor guide, if you

don’t already have

one (also available

at visitmarshfield.

com/visitor-guide)

and to enjoy

ample parking

and a variety of

great restaurants

nearby if you’d like fuel up before hitting

the Downtown Jurustic Trail. It’s here that

you’ll meet Tillie, the first creature who,

very slowly and steadily, made a new home

amongst the rusty reeds.

2. Take the trail north on Central

Avenue, which Marshfield locals have

dubbed “Main Street.” You’ll pass by

Strohman Park, a beautifully landscaped

firefighter memorial. Nestled near the

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towering structure of the Chestnut Center

for the Arts are two more creatures, who

like to say “whooo,” “mew,” and play a tune

or two on a stringed instrument. While

you’re here, check out the Chestnut’s

offerings, including calendar of events,

pottery studio, art class schedule, or art

exhibitions displayed in their gallery.

3. Delightful detour: follow the

trail back to Central Avenue by way of

the Wenzel Family Plaza. Depending

on the time of day at the plaza, you’re

likely to see children running through

their water feature, morning people

stretching on Yoga mats, a food truck

feeding folk during the afternoon lunch

rush, or live concerts and other entertaining

events happening most weekends. If

you’re looking to satisfy your sweet tooth

before moving on, stop in at the 2 ½

Cups Cupcakery and Bakeshop. At the

spot marked #3 on your map you’ll find a

towering, metal turtle.

4. Continue along the paved walking/

biking trail on East Veteran’s Parkway. You

will pass by the Everett Roehl Marshfield

Public Library and the Marshfield Veterans

Memorial, showcasing paintings by local

artists and a flag display, honoring heroes

from the Marshfield area. Look up to see

the largest, fire-breathing,

winged creature on the

tour trail (this fantastical

fellow flew in to guard

our fair city and hasn’t

left since!). Snap a selfie

with this scaly friend

(#marshfieldmadenew),

turn around, and head

back to Central Avenue,

where you’ll pass the

Royal Tokyo Restaurant,

housed in a historic train

depot, and is a known as

a popular dinner spot for

Teppanyaki style group

meals and the place to go

for family celebrations.

5. Turn down Central

Avenue for more popular restaurants and

shopping options, and make your way

down to your next destination, Hardacre

Park. Named after an influential mayor

known for her leadership, you’ll find rusty

creatures that swam to Marshfield during

a great flood, probably thousands of years

ago. You can also pull up a bench and view

a painted timeline of Marshfield’s pasts

and milestones in the surrounding murals.

Next-door is a Marshfield staple, Crabby

Dave’s, known to have one of the best

brandy old fashions in town.

6. Meander down a few more

short blocks to Nutz Deep II, one of

Marshfield‘s most popular restaurants and

watering holes (with a wacky name, and

seriously good burgers). The creatures

here are some of the newest that just

escaped Jurustic Park. Be careful - they

may not be as used to close,

human interaction as some

of the other creatures on

the tour.

7. Cross Central Avenue

to find your final stop,

the Blue Heron Brewpub,

another great place to grab

lunch or dinner. You’ll love

the modern, gastropub

atmosphere in this former ice

cream factory building. After

finding all the creatures in the

Heron, kick back and relax

(maybe while enjoying a pint),

and you’ll find yourself back

at the start of your journey.

Be a good anthropologist

and report your findings

on the downtown trail back to us, so that

creator Clyde from Jurustic Park can help

track down these rusty creatures and try to

return them to his park!


W Veterans Parkway

W Veterans Parkway

S Maple Ave S Maple Ave

ark

Magee St

S Walnut Ave S Walnut Ave

Library

W 2nd St

Post

Office

Chestnut

Center

of the Arts

W 3rd St

E 2nd St

E 3rd St

W 4th St

W 5th St

E 4th St

City

Hall

E 5th StW 6th St

W 7th St

E 6th St

Pick ‘n’ Save

2

Veterans

Park

S Chestnut Ave S Chestnut Ave

W Veterans Parkway

W Park St

W 1st St

Police

Dept

3 4

S Cedar Ave S Cedar Ave

E 1st St

Wenzel

Family

Plaza

S Cherry Ave S Cherry Ave

Strohman

Park

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WENZEL FAMILY PLAZA

Wenzel Family Plaza

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The Wenzel Family Plaza is

Marshfield’s year-round community

square and event hub located in the

heart of downtown.

The plaza embraced fun in the

snow with Cabin Fever Fest last

February, which encouraged the

community to get out and enjoy

winter in Wisconsin! The event

featured bonfires, s’mores, a cocoa

& beer bar, and kids fun run with one

goal: warm up those winter blues.

The plaza’s summer season kicked

off with the push of a button, turning

on the ever-popular water feature.

All summer, delighted children beat

the heat by running and jumping

through bursting jets of water, again,

again, and again.

Wenzel Family Plaza also brought

back the tradition of hosting Food

Truck Fridays in the plaza last

year, offering people a chance to

experience a meal or snack alfresco:

• Paninis and house made chips

by Stone Press

• Sliders, pork nachos, quesadillas

& more from Munch a Bunch

• Donut holes, elephant ears,

deep fried cream puffs at Geno’s

BakeShoppe

The plaza has also become a place

of gathering for peace of mind.

On Saturdays, the ever-popular

Yoga in the Plaza events filled the

grassy grounds with yoga mats and

attendees wanting to stretch away

stress and achieve some morning

Zen. Even in less-than-ideal

temperatures, yogis from all around

participated.

The Wenzel Family Plaza has

won over the favor of travelers and

citizens alike. After celebrating

its first year, it won Best Public

Improvement Project through the

Wisconsin Economic Development

Corporation and won a 2019 Great

Places Wisconsin award by the

American Planning Association

Wisconsin chapter. The Wenzel

Family Plaza also gained national

notoriety during the Marshfield

episode of the PBS show “Around

the Corner with John McGivern,”

which aired spring of 2020.

The Wenzel Family Plaza’s

programming promises to expand

its offerings of family-centric fun

for 2021 with an exciting new event

this winter: Ice Skating in the Plaza!

For more information on this and

more upcoming Wenzel Family Plaza

events, go to visitmarshfield.com.

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GIFT GUIDE

Can’t-Miss

Gift Guide

From the latest styles in home

furnishings and décor to antique fixtures

looking for a new home, you’ll find a lot to

love with Marshfield’s eclectic shopping

scene. Search for new (or new-to-you)

treasures at local shops including many

located in the original brick storefronts of

Marshfield’s downtown historic district.

Here are our recommendations for the

perfect gift for all those hard-to-buy folks

in your life (our keep them as a keepsake

of your own):

FOR THE FASHIONISTAS

For the fashion forward family

member, you have a variety of cool

shopping options to shop in Marshfield.

• Browse the variety of women’s

contemporary fine clothing at Rae

Baxter’s Fashions, a trendsetter in

downtown Marshfield since 1950.

• Get your bling on at Jeweler’s

Palette, selling gold and silver jewelry

in a palette of stunning gemstones.

Custom birthstone jewelry is another

popular gift here!

FOR THE FOODIES

The way to a man (or woman’s) heart is

through the stomach, so they say!

Give your food-obsessed friends a gift

sure to make them smile.

• Try one or try them all! 2 ½ Cups

Cupcakery and Bakeshop has a delicious

variety of treats and flavors to satisfy

your sweet tooth. Plus, they have

bakery-themed décor, super cute aprons

and baking tools that are at home in any

kitchen.

• Looking for something savory?

Weber’s Farm Store is your one-stop

shop for award-winning cheese. Add in

some soup or dip mixes and you’ve got a

very thoughtful gift basket. Grab some

creamy soft serve for yourself while

you’re there – we don’t judge.

FOR THE HYGGE DEVOTEES

“Hygge” — pronounced hyoo-guh — is

a Danish word that loosely translates to

“coziness” or “comfort,” and is often used

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to describe a vibe or feeling that you’d get

from snuggling indoors on a cold day. For

those obsessed with hygge, you’ve come

to the perfect place.

• Thimbleberry Books Used & Unusual

is the perfect place to browse for a book

to cuddle up with. With its charming

fireplace, snug seating, vast variety of

books, and friendly service (and fluffy

resident feline), you may want to get

settle in and stay awhile.

• Uptown Coffee Company, a

contemporary coffee shop in a beautifully

renovated downtown space, has mastered

the art of “come on in and get comfy.”

Uptown Coffee Company curates a variety

of coffees, so you’re sure to find a unique

blend of beans to try. Shop their shelves to

find fun mugs and glassware, brew supplies,

locally made maple syrups, and more!

FOR THE SELF CARE GURUS

Time for some self-care! Everyone

appreciates some time to relax and be

pampered – here’s what we suggest.

• Go to the “girls at Merle” –The

Day Spa Boutique & Merle Norman

Cosmetics, where you can indulge in a

relaxing spa service: facials, manis, pedis,

and more, with packages available. Here

you’ll also find unique outfits and an

incredible selection of cosmetics. Get

advice from the experts on finding your

signature colors!

• The key to a fresh look? Rock a new

style or haircut. There is an assortment of

savvy salons in the downtown to choose

from to help you feel your best.

• Drinking healthy never tasted so good!

Not your ordinary shake shop, Mission

Nutrition is a full service wellness center,

offering nutrition education and weight

loss support in a positive atmosphere.

These healthy meal shakes and teas are

bursting with flavors you crave and are

sure to bring you back again and again.

FOR THE ADVENTURE SEEKER

Make some memories! For some,

the perfect thing to receive isn’t a thing

so much as a fun or thought-provoking

experience to look back on fondly. For the

doers in your life, we’ve got you covered.

• Puzzle enthusiasts rejoice! Escape

Room Marshfield offers theme-driven

puzzle challenges to master with your

friends and family. Locks, riddles, physical

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GIFT GUIDE

and interactive experience. Available rooms

include Ransom, Titanic, and Tomb. Gift

vouchers are easily purchasable from their

website. Game on!

• Heard of dinner and a show? That’s

what you’re in for at Royal Tokyo. This

hibachi-style restaurant is a popular favorite

for special occasions, and for good reason.

All food is prepared teppanyaki-style and

right before your eyes with flair. Their menu

serves up mouthwatering steaks, seafood,

and more. A trip to Royal Tokyo is an

occasion to look forward to.

• For artists (and aspiring artists), there’s

no better place to be than the Chestnut

Center for the Arts. Located in a historic

church building in downtown Marshfield near

Wenzel Family Plaza, it’s a special sanctuary

where you can express your creativity

through music, art, clay, jewelry, and other

class offerings throughout the year.

FOR THE DECORATORS

Find the perfect statement or accent

piece for your home or commercial space.

• At Endless Designs, seeing is really

believing. Anything but ordinary, they

deliver innovative design and bigcity

variety. Find elegant occasional

furniture, wall décor and accessories.

Complete the desired look of your

home with décor that will wow at

Endless Designs

• Get your treasured family portrait or

favorite photo precisely framed at Off

the Wall Custom Framing & Art. You

can also browse handmade signage and

find gifts expressing love for your fourlegged

friends.

• Go antiquing in downtown

Marshfield for truly unique, oldfashioned

treasures. Hot spots include

Living Quarters Marketplace and Back

Porch Boutique. Happy hunting!

FOR THE GREENERY GROUPIES

Want to nurture your green thumb or

buy someone special a bouquet? Read on.

• Hefko Floral Company, open since

1912, knows how to brighten you day

with bouquets and other special floral

arrangements. Illusions Floral also

provides beautiful blooms and a big

selection of gifts. You can count on their

dependable same-day flower delivery

and friendly, helpful staff.

• Schalow’s Nursery & Garden Center

is a bit off the beaten path, but so worth

the drive. Here you’ll find a huge center

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filled with décor that you’ll be proud to

display in your vegetable patch. Check

out the whole store for wine, jewelry,

dish ware, purses, clothing, children’s

toys, and more.

• Mill Creek Gardens, open yearround,

is a store/greenhouse offering

garden plants, annual and perennial

flowers, succulents, fall mums and

holiday greenery. Featuring interactive

workshops! Free parking available.

FOR LOVERS OF THE OUTDOORS

Get geared up to play in the great

outdoors with the right equipment.

• Power Pac Motorsports & Equipment

has branded gear and apparel to keep you

warm while you hit the trails this winter.

• The Sports Den has an excellent

selection, including Central Wisconsin’s

largest selection of electric assist

bicycles, fat tire bikes, and ski

equipment. You’ll be taken care of

by certified mechanics who service

everything they carry.

• Whatever you chose, gear up your

loved ones for a snowy adventure at

Powers Bluff in nearby Arpin (open

January 2021).

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OUTDOOR RECREATION

outdoor recreation

The Marshfield Area is home to gorgeous

parks, trails and outdoor green spaces that

are ideal for those who like to get moving,

whether that means a round of disc golf, a

downhill tubing run, a scenic hike or a ride

on a tranquil bike path. Here are some of

Marshfield’s best spots for outdoor recreation.

DISC GOLF Marshfield is home to

some of the best places in the region for this

popular sport. New to disc golf? It’s played in

a similar fashion to regular golf, but instead

of striking a small white ball with a club, you

toss a flying disc, and your target is a basket,

rather than a hole.

North Wood County Park is a pleasant

place for anyone to visit. Located on the

Yellow River, the park features two lakes,

including one with a swimming beach. It also

has a popular 99-site campground and an

impressive 225-foot suspension bridge that

connects to winding paths and helps visitors

take in views of two scenic dams. Disc golfers

will find 18 challenging holes on a course that

flanks the river’s west bank. The park is located

about 13 miles south of downtown Marshfield.

Another good bet for disc golf in town

is Braem Park, a tranquil 40-acre park in

northeast Marshfield. There’s something for

everyone in this park—it’s home to horseshoe

pits, a skate park, playground equipment for

the kids and tennis and pickleball courts. The

park’s 18-hole disc golf course is located in a

picturesque tract of woods.

WINTER FUN The Marshfield Area

has some outstanding options for winter

recreation. When the snow flies, Powers

Bluff in Arpin is a must-visit destination.

This 160-acre county park, located about 14

miles southeast of downtown Marshfield, is

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one of the region’s best spots for winter fun.

The park features three downhill skiing and

snowboarding trails and four tubing runs. Trails

for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are

also located at the park.

Cross-country skiers can find additional

trails at the Marshfield School Forest Ski

Trail, which is open to the public. The heavily

wooded trails include some steep stretches

appropriate for advanced skiers. A lodge with

a large fireplace and restrooms is open to

skiers on weekends.

NATURAL AREAS Nature lovers will

find expansive wild places near Marshfield. A

sweeping landscape of wetlands, forests and

grasslands can be found just 20 miles east of

Marshfield. The George W. Mead Wildlife

Area is a 33,000-acre protected area that is

home an abundance of wildlife, including at

least 270 species of birds. The wildlife area is

in a valley of the Little Eau Pleine River and

offers rich opportunities for hiking, biking,

hunting, trapping, pet walking, jogging and

birdwatching. More than 80 miles of trails

and numerous parking areas provide visitors

an easy way to take in scenic views of the

surrounding landscape. Smoky Hill Road is a

good drive that will allow you to see birds and

other wildlife from the comfort of your car,

with several parking and viewing areas located

along the road.

North of Marshfield, McMillan Marsh

is another place for nature lovers who are

looking for a tranquil escape. The 6,500-

acre property is located at the headwaters

of the Little Eau Pleine River. Trails from a

parking area take hikers and birdwatchers

through wooded areas and past beautiful

marshlands. To reach the marsh, follow

County Highway E north out of Marshfield,

turn left on Mann Road, then right on

Meadow Avenue.

RECREATION TRAILS Bikers, runners

and walkers will find lots of great trail options

in and near Marshfield. The Wildwood

Connector Trail is a paved 3-mile path running

from Wildwood Park through the heart of

Marshfield north to McMillan Marsh. The trail

is fairly flat, making it good for families with

kids. At the end of the Wildwood Connector

Trail, you can continue on the unpaved

McMillan Marsh Trail, a 5.5-mile route that’s

open seasonally for biking (May 31-Aug. 31).

Wildwood Park, home to about 3 miles of

paved and granite trails (including a web of

trails that will take you into a wooded tract),

is a natural oasis. Nature lovers will also find a

pleasant mile-long trail and another 1.5 miles

of unpaved trails that surround a pond at

Hamus Nature Preserve. The 32-acre nature

preserve is located on Marshfield’s north side.

Hikers looking for a longer route can

explore the 7-mile Berkhahn Hiking Trail,

located in the George W. Mead Wildlife

area. The gravel trail closes seasonally

(Sept. 1-Dec. 10).

Veterans Parkway Trail is one of the

longer paved trails in town, running nearly

4 miles from downtown to a parking area

on the south side of the city. Also on the

south side of Marshfield, the Mill Creek

Trail is a pleasant, paved trail that travels

nearly 3 miles in and around the Mill Creek

Business Park. In Weber Park, a 37-acre

city park, you’ll find an additional 1.5 miles

of unpaved trails. The park can be accessed

at the corner of Holly Avenue and the end

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GEORGE W. MEAD WILDLIFE AREA

S2148 County Highway South, Milladore, WI

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Located 20 miles east of downtown Marshfield, this hidden treasure contains

over 33,000 acres of wetlands, forests and grasslands. It was presented to

the citizens of Wisconsin to be used for wildlife conservation for all time.

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7500 Park Lane, Arpin, WI

715-421-8422 co.wood.wi.us

Located 13 miles south of downtown Marshfield, via Highway 73 and 80,

on County Road A. The 172-acre park is situated on the banks of the Yellow

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pine-wooded island provide scenic beauty for the entire area. One of the

main attractions of the park is the 225 foot suspension bridge over the

river. Other attractions include a disc golf course, stone shelter, and beach

area. There are 99 campsites located at the park; 78 of these are electrical.

For campsite reservations, call the Wood County Parks and Forestry

Department at 715-421-8422 or visit their website.

RICHFIELD 360 recreation AREA

8183 Heggelund Lane, Marshfield, WI

715-421-8422 co.wood.wi.us

Located 10 miles southeast of Marshfield on County Trunk Highway A,

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ski/nature trails routed across open fields, through forests, and along Puff

Creek. All trails are marked and groomed during the winter season.

POWERS BLUFF COUNTY PARK

69990 Bluff Drive, Arpin, WI

715-421-8422 co.wood.wi.us

Located just 14 miles southeast of downtown Marshfield, the 160-acre

park is home to beginner level downhill skiing and snowboarding, crosscountry

skiing, tubing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing. A two-story

stone shelter building includes a warming house with concessions and ski/

snowboard rentals. Tow passes are available for purchase on site. Families

love tubing the four available fast-paced tube runs. Tubes are provided

at no charge with the purchase of a tube hill ticket. No outside tubes

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ahead to verify holiday schedule.

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Blaze your way through

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WILDWOOD

CONNECTOR TRAIL

The Wildwood Connector Trail (seen in

yellow on the map to the right) is the

newest addition to Marshfield’s impressive

biking and walking trail system. The 2.5

mile long asphalt trail, located between

17th Street and McMillan, is both on-road

and off-road.

MCMILLAN MARSH

WILDLIFE AREA

715-457-6771 meadwildlife.org

McMillan Marsh Wildlife Area is a diverse

landscape of wetlands, woodlands, and

grasslands. The area is approximately

6,500 acres in size and is located one mile

north of the city limits of Marshfield. The

property is open to hunting and trapping

during the regular seasons, except for

designated refuge areas. A seasonal 6.25

mile bicycle trail (combination of lime and

gravel) is open May 1–September 1.

MILL CREEK TRAIL

Located on the south side of Marshfield in

the Mill Creek Business Park. Preferred

access to the trail is at 29th Street and

Apple Avenue, but you can also access

the business park from Cherry Avenue,

Commerce Drive, and Hwy 10. The

trail is 10’ wide asphalt surface, and is

approximately 2.6 miles long.

HAMUS NATURE

PRESERVE TRAIL

Located at 210 Wilderness View Drive,

it includes one mile of asphalt trails and

over 1.5 miles of natural surface trails,

with a small pond in the area.

GALVIN AVENUE TRAIL

A 10’ wide, one-mile asphalt trail

between Becker Road and 4th Street.

On-road bike lane from Becker Road

to McMillan Street.

GRIESE PARK TRAIL

Located at Griese Park, 1001 E. 29th

Street, the trail is 3/4-mile long, 8’ wide,

asphalt surface.

UW ARBORETUM

CONNECTOR TRAIL

Located at the intersection of Lincoln

Avenue and 11th Street near Washington

Elementary School, this trail connects to

the UW Arboretum Trail.

WEBER PARK TRAIL

This 37-acre city park can be accessed

at the corner of Holly Avenue and the

end of West 5th Street. It includes an

asphalt trail between 5th Street and

Adler Road, plus over 1.5 miles of natural

surface trails. The park has a parking lot

and a small nature pond.

DISC GOLF courses

Braem Park: 905 N. Cedar Avenue, Marshfield, WI

North Wood County Park: 7500 Park Lane, Arpin, WI

Schuster Park: 573 E. Division Street, Neillsville, WI

Vandehey Waters Outdoor Aquatic Center

opening SUMMER 2021

715-384-4642 1805 S. Roddis Avenue, Marshfield, WI

MELODY GARDENS ROLLERSKATING

715-384-3326 melodygardensmarshfield.com

1200 S. Oak Avenue, Marshfield, WI

MARSHFIELD CLINIC HEALTH SYSTEM YMCA

715-387-4900 mfldymca.org

410 W. McMillan Street, Marshfield, WI

MARSHFIELD COUNTRY CLUB

715-384-4409 golfmcc.com

11426 Wren Road, Marshfield, WI

MARSHFIELD SKATE PARK

715-384-4642 905 N. Cedar Avenue, Marshfield, WI

PAWS ‘ N PLAY DOG PARK

South Peach Avenue & 21st Street, Marshfield, WI

RIVEREDGE GOLF COURSE

715-676-3900 riveredgegolfcourse.com

10191 Mill Creek Drive, Marshfield, WI

Rose Bowl Lanes

715-387-1114 rosebowllanes.com

1600 N. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

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Schmidt

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Broadway

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Deer Run Ave

Walnut Ave

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OUTDOORS & ATV TRAILS

Wood County

continues support

of UTV routes amid

industry boom //////

Author, Power Pac Equipment & Motorsports

Getting outdoors has never been sexier.

Amidst a global pandemic keeping folks

closer to home and “Instagram syndrome”

where capturing adventurous, beautiful

photos is king, outdoor industries have

grown exponentially in the last year. UTV

and ATV trail riding is one of the hottest

outdoor trends and Wood County continues

to cater to the pastime’s growth in Central

Wisconsin to the benefit of local economies.

Wood County is announcing 25 miles

of additional routes that will officially

open in the spring of 2021. This comes

on the heels of two very productive years

of opening routes for the county. In June

2019, 49 miles of new UTV/ATV routes

were opened, followed by 10 new ATV/

UTV campsites in Pittsville’s Dexter Park

and more than $400,000 in grants that

funded route and trail maintenance.

“The new routes demonstrate Wood

County’s commitment to growing off-road

Looking to get in on the UTV

trend? There are a number of

things to consider. Kyle Skoug,

Powersports Salesman for Power

Pac, asks his customers: “What do

you want to do with your vehicle?”

HERE’S HIS TIPS:

• SPEED/TRAIL RIDING:

If speed and adventure is the name

of your game, then consider the

Polaris RZR® or Yamaha YXZ®.

Built for off-road performance and

designed for width-restricted trails,

the RZR and YXZ are for the rider

looking to insert some high-speed

adventure into his/her life.

tourism,” says Jake Hahn, Chairman,

Highway, Infrastructure and Recreation

Committee. “Our neighboring counties are

generating a lot of tourism dollars and with

the economic environment being what it is,

we can’t afford not to do it. Jackson County

generates $12 million dollars of economic

activity with their route and trail system.

That’s the kind of shot in the arm that will

allow local bars and restaurants to keep

their doors open.”

The new Wood County routes were

strategically designed to connect to existing

mainline routes and trails, thereby linking

to adjacent counties. The goal: bring new

visitors and dollars through the area.

“A study from the County Highway

and Planning Departments estimated the

economic impact of the new routes to be

around $355 to $427 per visiting rider,”

says Matt McLean, Executive Director,

Visit Marshfield. “Not only are these

CHOOSING THE RIGHT UTV

Power Pac

3802 S. Central Ave.

Marshfield, WI

715-387-1106

powerpacequipment.com

• WORK OR LEISURE: Need

a workhorse to help with yardwork

or a campground runner? The

Polaris Ranger is a king in this

space. The Kawasaki Mule and

John Deere Gator are also great

work or leisure machines. Looking

for a more economical version? The

Ranger 500 or the Kawasaki Mule

PRO-FX are both worth a look.

• I WANT IT ALL: If you are

looking for work and play – chores

and trail riding – the Polaris

General XP or Yamaha Wolverine

RMAX are great options. With

towing performance, a dump

box, touch screen and great

ground clearance and suspension,

you can get your work done

AND dominate the toughest

trail. Kawasaki Teryx® is a more

economical option here and still

has a 783 cc engine and dumpbox.

• PASSENGER ROOM:

Think through how many

passengers you want

your side-by-side to

accommodate. Models have

2, 3, 4 or 6-seat options.

• TECH: Brands offer GPS

touch screens that you can

add to your unit which can

make navigating trails a lot

easier. The software allows

you to plan trips, track and

share rides and log service.

• MAKE IT YOURS: You can

customize your machine in a

number of ways.

- Rims and tires: Think

about where you will be

riding. Most factory tires are

made for off-road riding so,

developments a great asset for riders, but

they will invigorate local businesses by

increasing traffic from an under-tapped

group of visitors and consumers.”

A 2011 case study of the Cheese

County Trail in southern Wisconsin found

that the total combined spending of all

trail users exceeded $15 million during the

12-month study. 86% of that amount was

from non-local trail users.

“These aren’t small numbers,” says Mandy

Witt, co-owner of Power Pac. “This type

of tourism will do real things for our local

economy and Central Wisconsin can no

longer be seen as a ‘drive through’ area on

the way to the Northwoods. We applaud

Wood County for seeing this vision and

we’ll do everything we can to assist in this

strategic growth for our local communities.

We are currently working to help open

more local townships and hope they see the

benefits in action.”

OTHER THINGS

TO CONSIDER:

if you are planning to ride on

more compact gravel routes

or roads, consider radial tires.

- Bells and whistles: Other

add on’s include sound

systems, cab upgrades,

storage, gun racks,

coolers, heat and even air

conditioning.

- Seasonal needs: Don’t

forget to ask about cab, plow

or track packages for your

machine.

//////

HAVE MORE QUESTIONS

OR READY TO ADD A UTV

TO YOUR GARAGE?

Power Pac has experts with

years of experience ready

to help.

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WOOD COUNTY ATV ROUTE / TRAIL SYSTEM

WOOD COUNTY, WISCONSIN

WOOD CO. ATV TRAILS MAP

WOOD COUNTY ATV PARK

co.wood.wi.us

Ten miles of trails in the Wood County ATV

area southwest of Wisconsin Rapids. Enclosed

shelter, restrooms, water well, large parking

area. Located three miles west of Port Edwards

on State Hwy 54.

MARATHON COUNTY ATV TRAILS

co.marathon.wi.us

Twelve miles of trails in the Burma Road Unit

of the Marathon County Forest southwest

of Wausau. Also, five miles on the Edgar to

Stratford trail.

CLARK COUNTY ATV TRAILS

co.clark.wi.us

Eighty miles of trails with additional

inter-connecting routes, totaling 135

miles of year-round travel. Trails wind

and loop through the 133,000-acre

Clark County Forest. Winter ATV trails

total 180 miles. Trails connect to five

county campgrounds and parks. Six

strategically located parking lots serve

the trails.

SNOWMOBILING

co.wood.wi.us

Wood County has 268 miles of snowmobile

trails routed through forests and across

farmlands to enjoy. Ten clubs make up

Wood County Snowmobile Alliance and

maintain the trails. When snowmobiling,

please stay on the marked trails.

**Please contact your local township to confirm

opening and closing updates.

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Marshfield Clinic Health System

Enriching lives

for generations

Marshfield Clinic Health System has, for more than

a century, provided the best health care while

being engaged in our many communities where

we all work, live and play.

The Health System, with its headquarters in

Marshfield, is growing with mission in mind – to

create healthy communities through accessible,

affordable, compassionate health care. Its vision is

to define the future of health care for generations

and to be the consumer's first choice for health care.

Today’s Health Care

The Health System provides the latest medical technology,

research and education to serve patients from all over

the world. This medical tourism destination has more

than 50 locations in Wisconsin with nearly 90 specialties

and subspecialties. Primary care physicians consult with

specialists within the System to provide coordinated care,

all under one roof in Marshfield. You can take extra

precautions to help protect your health. Consider virtual

care options through telehealth at home.

Emergency, Urgent Care Services

Emergency Department providers are available 24 hours a

day every day of the year. Also, Marshfield Medical Center

has the area’s only Level II Trauma Center and Level II

Pediatric Trauma Center, providing a system of experienced

providers and highly qualified staff.

Urgent Care is open daily with extended evening hours, on

holidays and weekends. No appointments are taken.

You may have to wait to see an Urgent Care provider.

The Health System is a member of Life Link III, providing

emergency air transport for patients needing critical care.

The Health System has about 1,200 medical

professionals and 11,000 to 12,000 employees

across its vast system of care; is a major employer

in Marshfield and Wisconsin; and helps drive the

economy in our communities. And, we are excited

about having an even bigger presence in our

communities to serve you better in the months

and years to come.

Besides outpatient clinics and services, the Health

System has hospitals in Beaver Dam, Eau Claire,

Ladysmith, Marshfield, Minocqua, Neillsville, Park

Falls, Rice Lake and Weston.

Appointments

If you need an appointment call or stop at any center location

or go online at MyMarshfieldClinic and make an appointment

through your account. Same-day appointments and online care

from your mobile device are available through Care My Way.

Patient Assistance Center

Patient Assistance Center counselors provide support if you

have a financial hardship and wish to apply for assistance.

Counselors are available at 1-800-782-8581 ext. 9-4475.

History

Six Marshfield physicians in 1916 formed

Marshfield Clinic, founding what has been

one of the largest private multispecialty

group practices in the United States.

Those physicians combined their practices

but also were very involved in medical

research and education.

“For more than 100 years, Marshfield Clinic Health

System has served rural communities and put our

patients first. We’re excited to build on our history

of innovation and excellence as we work to define

the future of health care in our second century.”

- Dr. Susan Turney

Chief Executive Officer

Marshfield Medical Center

Marshfield Medical Center, our flagship hospital with 240 patient

beds, has provided quality and high-level care to families for

nearly 150 years through innovation and technology.

Among the many high-quality services provided are:

✔ Comprehensive cancer care and research services

✔ Heart care experts and innovative technology

✔ Certified Primary Stroke Care Center with rapid

response treatment

✔ Comprehensive rehabilitation facilities, including

pediatrics rehabilitation

Immediate onsite coverage is provided by general surgeons

and specialists in orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery,

emergency medicine and critical care.

marshfieldclinic.org

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Security Health Plan

of Wisconsin

As part of the Health System,

Security Health Plan of

Wisconsin, Inc., provides health

insurance to more than

210,000 Wisconsin residents.

Security Health Plan, the first rural

Health Maintenance Organization in

the nation, was founded in 1971 as

the Greater Marshfield Community

Health Plan by Marshfield Clinic

doctors and restructured in 1986 to

become Security Health Plan.

Security Health Plan’s 550

employees are focused on helping

consumers and communities reach

their best health by ensuring

access to affordable, high-quality

health insurance. Accredited by

the National Committee for Quality

Assurance (NCQA), Security

Health Plan offers health insurance

coverage for employees of large

and small businesses, individuals

and families.

Security Administrative Services,

a wholly-owned subsidiary of

Security Health Plan, provides full

service third-party administration

for self-funded employers

securityhealth.org

Marshfield Clinic

Research Institute

Marshfield Clinic Research Institute

was founded in 1959 and is the

largest private medical research

institute in Wisconsin.

Its mission is to enrich lives

through discovery, translation and

application of scientific knowledge

that improves health and well-being.

Housed primarily in the Lawton

Center and Melvin R. Laird Center

on the Marshfield Medical Center

campus, Research Institute

scientists conduct clinical research,

rural and agricultural health and

safety research, epidemiology

and population health research,

precision medicine research and

oral and systemic health research.

marshfieldresearch.org

Marshfield Children’s Hospital

When your child needs higher–level

care, your provider can refer your

child to Marshfield Children’s Hospital,

central Wisconsin’s only dedicated

pediatric hospital and only one of

four in Wisconsin. Kids don’t belong in

hospitals but when they have to be,

Marshfield Children’s provides care

beyond treatment, with thoughtfully

designed Northwoods–themed

rooms, Child Life services and more.

Our hospital has the latest technology;

board-certified pediatric hospitalists

and nurses; and more than 30 pediatric

specialty services – allergy, cardiology,

gastroenterology, hematology/

oncology, nephrology, neurology,

orthopedics, pulmonology, surgery

and urology.

Expert care includes:

✔ An eight-bed pediatric intensive

care unit providing the highest

level of intensive care to criticallyinjured

or seriously-ill infants and

children up to age 19.

✔ A 24-bed neonatal intensive care

unit caring for babies born at less

than 32 weeks or with critical illness.

✔ A 24-bed pediatric unit that serves

infants through 18 year olds.

✔ Dedicated cancer care and

treatments at the region’s only

pediatric oncology inpatient unit.

marshfieldchildrens.org

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Marshfield Campus

marshfieldclinic.org

Lot 12

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& Marshfield

Children’s Hospital

Emergency

Medical Offices

Lot 2

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Laird Center

for Medical Research

Urgent Care

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Lewis Building

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Marshfield Medical Center

(Medical Offices)

1000 N Oak Ave

Marshfield, WI 54449

715-387-5511 • 800-782-8581

Urgent Care

715-389-3839

Marshfield Medical Center

(Hospital)

611 N Saint Joseph Ave

Marshfield, WI 54449

715-387-5511

Emergency Department

715-387-7677

19066-003

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If operating a family farm for over 115 years has

taught us anything, it’s to be prepared for the

unexpected. That’s why Weber’s Farm Store

goes beyond milk and cheese and also stocks

many of the food items closely associated with

dairy, like farm fresh eggs, kefir, butter, and a

variety of meats—and of course our famous

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Weber’s always provides the freshest

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Convention Colonial & Visitors Bureau

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Snowmobile Trails

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CITY MAP OF MARSHFIELD

Anton

Anton Ave

Anton Ave

Veterans Parkway

Meadow Ln

Bluebird Ln

Heritage Dr

Laemle Ave

Galvin Ave

Galvin Ave

Monique

Bluebird

Ct

Arnold

Galvin Ave

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Draxler Dr

Ma lard Ave

Pheasant Ln

Nikolai

Mann

Wren Rd

34th St

Frey Ave

Mannville

McMillan St

Trout Rd

Mi ling Ln

COUNTY

Huetter

Sunset

Holly Ave

Hawthorn

Linden Ave

Evergreen

Larch

Mulberry

Ley

Magnolia Dr

Sycamore Ave

Cypress Ave

Birch Ave

Lincoln Ave

Maryknoll Ave

Schmidt Ave

PARKS MARSHFIELD PARKS

Popp Ave

13

10

Veterans Parkway

Ives St

Airport Rd

Ye low River Rd

Frontage Rd

Amber Dr

Woodsview

Lincoln Ave

Marathon

Hickory

Devine Dr

Schmidt Ave

Balboa Ave

Fairview Dr

Blodgett St

State St

Columbus

Ct

Columbus

Drake Drake

Adams Ave

Hardacre

Wisconsin

State

Concord

11th St

Pheasant Run

Onstad Dr

Prairie Dr

Adams Ave

Luther

Sunflower

Sawyer Dr

Marathon St

George

Immanuel

Ct

Kalsched

Park

Laurel

Martin

Clark

Severns

Wildwood

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North Hi ls

Omaha

Locust

Locust Ave

Oak

Penney

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2nd St

3rd

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Pine Ave

Spruce Ave

Walnut Ave

Chestnut Ave

Magee St

Park St

Roddis Ave

Cedar Ave

Cherry

Cedar Ave

Cherry Ave

Maple Ave

Cedar Ave

Cherry Ave

Vine Ave

Ash Ave

Peach Ave

Ave

Ave

Ave

Commerce Dr

Apple

Erickson

Palmetto

Hemlock

Felker

Grant Mini Park

Griese Park

Hamus Nature Preserve

Hardacre Park

Joe & Bernadine Weber’s Nature Park

Marshfield Fairgrounds Park

Northern Hills Park

Pickle Pond Park

Steve J. Miller Recreation Area

UW Athletic Fields

Wenzel Family Plaza

Wildwood Park & Zoo

North Wood County Park

Powers Bluff County Park

Richfield 360 Recreation Area

Broadway

Downwind

Ruby

Shawano

Wittman

Central Ave

Balsam

Central Ave

Mann

Candlewood

Prospect

Edgewood

Redhawk Ln

Enterprise Dr

Oak

Harrison

Grant

Franklin

Edison St

Doege St

Cleveland St

Blodgett St

Arnold St

Depot

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Vine Ave

Peachtree

Cir

Apple Ave

Heritage Dr

Business Park

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Wallonnie

Corporate Dr

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Butternut Pkwy

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Williams

Pecan

Felker Ave

Maywood

Ash

Pkwy

Central Ave

Plum

Elm

Madison

Apple

Cleveland

Purdy

Tamarack

Washington Ave

Madison Ave

Tamarack

Palmetto

Jean

Green Acres Dr

Heide

Renee

Debra

Popple

Hume Ave

Anton

Anton Ave

Veterans Parkway

Meadow Ln

Bluebird Ln

Laemle Ave

Galvin Ave

Pheasant Ln

FACILITIES

Nikolai

McMillan St

Trout Rd

Electricity

Showers

Toilets

Dump Station

Wood

Ice

Wells

Fireplace/Grill

Boat Landing

Enclosed Shelter

Open Shelter

Washington Ave

Mall

Edison

Hinman

Juno

Depot

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Katherine

Ct

Fillmore

4th

Waushara

Carmen

Juno Wi low

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Karau

Wren Rd

Hume

Ct

Fillmore St

Anton Ave

Sunset

Galvin Ave

Monique

Bluebird

Ct

Arnold

Galvin Ave

Ives St

Draxler Dr

Ma lard Ave

Mann

Holly Ave

Hawthorn

Linden Ave

Evergreen

Larch

Mulberry

Ley

Magnolia Dr

Sycamore Ave

Cypress Ave

Birch Ave

Lincoln Ave

Maryknoll Ave

Schmidt Ave

28th

29th

8. Marshfield Chamber 10 of Commerce

& Industry and Visit Marshfield

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10. Marshfield Municipal Airport

Dr

Airport Rd

Ye low River Rd

34th St

Amber Dr

Woodsview

Lincoln Ave

Mi ling Ln

Marathon

Hickory

Devine Dr

Schmidt Ave

Balboa Ave

Fairview Dr

Blodgett St

State St

Columbus

Ct

Columbus

Drake Drake

Adams Ave

Hardacre

Wisconsin

State

Concord

11th St

Pheasant Run

Onstad Dr

Sunflower

Prairie Dr

Adams Ave

Luther

Immanuel

North Hi ls

Sawyer Dr

Kalsched

Marathon St

George

Park

Laurel

Martin

Clark

Severns

Wildwood

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Ct

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Omaha

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Locust Ave

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Pine Ave

Spruce Ave

Walnut Ave

Chestnut Ave

Magee St

Park St

Roddis Ave

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Broadway

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Shawano

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Wittman

Central Ave

Balsam

Central Ave

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Cedar Ave

Cherry

Cedar Ave

Cherry Ave

Enterprise Dr

Oak

Harrison

Grant

Franklin

Edison St

Doege St

Cleveland St

Blodgett St

Arnold St

Depot

Maple Ave

Cedar Ave

Cherry Ave

Vine Ave

Ash Ave

Peach Ave

Vine Ave

Peachtree

Cir

Apple Ave

Ave

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Ave

Commerce Dr

Business Park

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Erickson

Palmetto

Hemlock

Felker

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Wallonnie

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Maywood

Ash

Pkwy

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Plum

Elm

Madison

Apple

Cleveland

Purdy

Tamarack

Washington Ave

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Tamarack

Washington Ave

Edison

Palmetto

Hinman

Juno

Depot

Fillmore

Jean

Juno

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Green Acres Dr

Willow

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County Highway

Downtown Business District

State Highway

Airport

US Highway

City Limits

Heritage Dr

Corporate Dr

Ct

Wi low

Mall

Katherine

Ct

4th

Waushara

Carmen

Heide

Renee

Debra

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Karau

Hume

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Hume Ave

Fillmore St

Anton

Anton Ave

Anton Ave

Veterans Parkway

Meadow Ln

Bluebird Ln

Laemle Ave

Galvin Ave

Monique

Bluebird

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Galvin Ave

Draxler Dr

Ma lard Ave

Pheasant Ln

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ACTIVITIES

Leashed Pets

Camping

Swimming

Fishing

Canoeing

Trails/Hiking

Playground

Picnicking

Water Skiing

Ball Fields

Horseshoe Court

Frisbee Golf

Ice Skate Pond

Hockey

Ski Downhill

Ski Cross Country

Snowmobiling

Tubing (snow)

Volleyball

Tennis

McMillan St

Trout Rd

Mi ling Ln

Off Road Bike/PedestrianTrails

Wildwood Connector Trail

2. Neva-Jean Motel

Local Light Traffic

26th

26th St

3. 7-Star Inn 27th 8. Holiday Inn & Conference Local Heavy Center

Traffic

28th

4. Woodfield 29th St Inn & Suites

County Highway

Yellowstone Dr

5. Hampton Inn & SuitesH

9. The Park Motel

State Highway

6. Quality Inn

US Highway

7. Hillcrest Motel

10. Stardust 13 Motel

8. Holiday Inn & Conference Center

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9. The Park Motel

10. Stardust Motel

11. Hotel Marshfield

11. Hotel Marshfield

and New Visions Art Gallery

2. Marshfield Mall

3. Everett Roehl Marshfield Public Library

4. Chestnut Center For The Arts

5. Wenzel Family Plaza

6. Governor William Upham House

7. Roger’s Cinema

8. Marshfield Chamber of Commerce -

Convention & Visitors Bureau

9. Hefko Swimming Pool

10. Marshfield Municipal Airport

HOTELS/MOTELS

1. Baymont Inn & Suites

2. Neva-Jean Motel

3. 7-Star Inn

4. Woodfield Inn & Suites

5. Hampton Inn & Suites

6. Quality Inn

7. Hillcrest Motel

8. Holiday Inn & Conference Center

9. The Park Motel

10. Stardust Motel

11. Hotel Marshfield

Rail Road

RegionalLinework

Linear Water Feature

Area Water Feature

Park/McMillan Marsh

Historical District

Downtown Business Distri

Airport

City Limits

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Frey Ave

Holly Ave

Lincoln Ave

Villa

Zimmermann

Hume

Auburn

Irene

Wood Ave

Walnut Ave

Cedar Ave

Peach Ave

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Columbus

Wisconsin

State

Concord

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Deer Run Ave

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Broadway

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Mannville

Huetter

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Linden Ave

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Mann St

Veterans Parkway

McMillan St

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Airport Rd

Ley

Yellow River Rd

Frontage Rd

Magnolia Dr

Spencer St

Sycamore Ave

Amber Dr

Cypress Ave

Birch Ave

Woodsview

Lincoln Ave

Lincoln Ave

Marathon

Nelson

Maryknoll Ave

BB

Jefferson

Hickory

Schmidt Ave

Ridge Rd

Briarwood St

Adler Rd

Columbus

8th St

Arlington St

Schmidt Ave

Balboa Ave

13

Fairview Dr

Blodgett St

State St

Columbus

Ct

11th St

Drake

Adams Ave

17th St

Pheasant Run

Adams Ave

Onstad Dr

Sunflower

Prairie Dr

Luther

Immanuel

Ct

Ct

Chapel

Colonial

Laird

Upham

Sawyer Dr

Kalsched

Marathon St

George

Dr

Park

Clark

Severns

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Martin

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Park St

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Edgewood

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Cherry Ave

Redhawk Ln

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Cedar Ave

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Upham St

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Erickson

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CITY MAP OF MARSHFIELD


WILDWOOD ZOO

There’s lots to see and do

at Wildwood Zoo //////

There’s lots to see and do at Wildwood

Zoo, with interactive exhibits sure to

delight visitors and the zoo’s animal

population. The zoo’s latest improvements

feature a spacious Cougar Exhibit and

Welcome Center. The

natural habitat cougar

exhibit proudly bears the

names of locals Floyd

and Pat Hamus, whose

generous donation to the

project helped make the

expansion possible. The

cougar siblings, Star and

Thunder, love this upgrade

to their home which boasts nearly ten

times the size of their previous space. The

large viewing windows from the Welcome

Center into the exhibit provide an up-close

look at the cougars’ handling area. This

gives visitors the opportunity to see the

cougars interact with the zookeeper behind

the scenes and during feeding times.

A main part of Wildwood Zoo’s

mission is to educate the public on

wildlife and its environment. Featured

prominently in the Welcome Center is

a new, interactive, hands-on water table

experience. Kids can don a raincoat and

manipulate the table to rain and learn

about the importance of water quality as

it undergoes evaporation, transpiration,

precipitation, and condensation during

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Feet

its life cycle. Familiar spots and local

landmarks are also built into the table,

like the World’s Largest Round Barn and

the baseball fields at the Steve J. Miller

Recreation area. A separate, interactive,

electric display also teaches kids about

the scientific wonders of power. The

Welcome Center also features small

animals such as common chuckwalla, grey

tree frogs, hognose snakes, ornate box

turtles, and tiger salamanders. Visitors

will also be happy to find new ADA

compliant restrooms for comfort and

convenience in the building.

Make sure you check out the monarch

butterfly exhibit, a display curated by local

residents Melissa and James Gwiazda and

features a monarch butterfly mural that’s

become a popular spot for photo ops (it’s

near the Bear Woods pond).

Finally, no zoo trek is complete without

a visit to twin Kodiak bears Munsey and

Boda, the stars of the zoo. The thousandpound

bears are still young at heart and

love to play—they wrestle, swim and

simply have fun. Kids love the

15-foot wide glass viewing

windows along with plenty of

shade, while the bears love

splashing in the recirculating

pools, and crossing the

covered bridge to explore an

acre of enrichment grounds

in Bear Woods, which gives

them room to roam and play.

Make it a fun-packed summer day of

outdoor fun with a visit to Wildwood Zoo,

a playground break at Wildwood Park,

a splash-filled or tranquil dip at nearby

Vandehey Waters Outdoor Aquatic

Center, and end the day with an ice cream

treat at Hub City Ice Cream Company (all

within a half mile).

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Wildwood Zoo Map

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Accessible

Donations Greatly Appreciated

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Large Animal

W 17th St Drive Entrance

(Can bike, drive, walk, etc.)

Wildwood

Large Animal

Playground

Drive Entrance

(Can bike, drive, walk, etc.)

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Playground

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AROUND THE CORNER

Marshfield featured on public television

Check out the Marshfield episode of

“Around the Corner with John McGivern,”

a PBS Wisconsin series that spotlights

Wisconsin’s unique towns and neighborhoods.

McGivern visited some of our top businesses

and attractions and learned what makes our

community special.

Wildwood Zoo is a major attraction for visitors

to Marshfield and was one of the key stops for

the crew. During an interview with Zookeeper

Steve Burns, McGivern learned about the story

of star zoo residents, Kodiak bears Munsey and

Boda. The two bears arrived in Marshfield in

2015 and are very rare because they are two

of only three bears of their species in the lower

48 states. Munsey and Boda are living large as

themselves. They have one of the largest exhibits

you would ever see in a zoo, with over 48,000

square feet of natural surroundings and a viewing

area. These big boys need every inch of space

they have, topping the scales and weighing in at

well over 1,000 pounds each.

The episode also shows off the amazing

monarch butterfly display, which educates the

public on their life cycle from egg to caterpillar

to cocoon, and beyond on the butterflies’ release

and migration. The local experts, the Gwiazda

family, curate this incredible exhibit.

In addition to a tour around Wildwood Zoo,

the episode also includes stops and exclusive

interviews at Jurustic Park, Wenzel Family

Plaza, Nasonville Dairy, The Kitchen Table,

Weinbrenner Shoe Company, Marshfield

Furniture, Marshfield Medical Center, 2 ½ Cups

Cupcakery and Bakeshop, and notable residents

Chris and Erin Howard.

This Emmy Award winning show also includes

a short history of each community told by wellknown

Milwaukee historian, John Gurda. Radio

host and John’s brother, Mike McGivern, tells

us what prep sport is popular in each town they

visit. The episode has already racked up over

10,000 views on YouTube.

ENJOY THE EPISODE

Watch Online: pbs.org/show/around-cornerjohn-mcgivern/

Youtube Search: Around the Corner with John

McGivern Marshfield WI

Visit Marshfield: visitmarshfield.com/article/

article/road-trip-inspiration-video-tourmarshfield/

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Serving up local dairy

deliciousness //////

Marshfield is in the heart of dairy country,

and there are so many delicious varieties to

experience here. From farm-fresh cheeses

to cool and creamy frozen delights, a foodloving

traveler can “milk it” for all it’s worth!

Here are some ideas to get you “moo-ving”

in the right direction.

NASONVILLE DAIRY (10898 Hwy

10 West, Marshfield) Located right outside

Marshfield, this dairy store is a 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.

WEBER’S FARM STORE (9706 County

Road H, Marshfield) 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 your convenience, where you can

pick up ice cream treats for the whole family

or stock up on your favorite variety of milk.

Enjoy choosing from an expansive selection

of cheeses or just grab a bag of squeaky

cheese curds to snack on. Weber’s is a local

favorite—it won Best Shop for Gifts in the

2019 Best of Marshfield poll.

MELODY GARDENS RESTAURANT

(1200 S. Oak Avenue, Marshfield) A

Marshfield classic, Melody Gardens is the

perfect place to take the kids for homemade

ice cream (by the cone or by the quart)!

Special occasion coming up? They’ve got you

covered with their decadent homemade ice

cream cakes. Want something savory? You can

also order for breakfast, lunch, or supper.

HUB CITY ICE CREAM CO. (1610 S.

Central Avenue, Marshfield) 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 look at the animals at

Wildwood Park & Zoo, conveniently located a

few blocks away.

Over 125 Years in the Making

Nasonville Dairy is located right outside of

Marshfield, in Central Wisconsin, where local

cheesemakers have produced traditional

Wisconsin cheeses on the same site for over 125

years. Today we buy milk from 180 farm

families and convert that into more than

100,000 pounds of exceptional cheese each day.

We are committed to support local dairy farmers

and use fresh milk from our neighbors' farms to

make Nasonville's award-winning cheeses.

Nasonville Dairy

10898 Hwy 10 West

Marshfield, WI 54449

715-676-2177

Store Hours:

Mon–Fri. 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Sat. 8 a.m.–Noon

Closed Sundays

Nasonville Dairy Retail Store

N14505 Sandhill Avenue

Hwy 29 and Sandhill Avenue

Curtiss, WI 54422

715-223-3338

Just West of Abbotsford and East of Curtiss...

You cannot miss that bright yellow building!

Store Hours:

Mon–Fri 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Sat 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

Closed Sundays

WWW.NASONVILLEDAIRY.COM

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SHOP LOCAL

shop local

Carpet City

715-384-2289 carpetcitywi.com

3311 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

Central Wisconsin Country Store

715-384-1045 provisionpartners.coop/country-store

106 S. Peach Avenue, Marshfield, WI

Endless Designs

715-207-6669 endlessdesignsdecor.com

217 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

Hefko Floral company

715-387-1129 hefko.com

630 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

Hiller’s True Value hardware

715-384-9101 751 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

Marshfield Mall

715-387-4311 marshfeldmall.com

503 E. Ives Street, Marshfield, WI

Nasonville Dairy

715-676-3400 nasonvilledairy.com

10898 Hwy 10 W, Marshfield, WI

Northside Computers

715-384-5125 northsidecomputers.net

907 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

Nelson’s Shoes & Shoe Repair

715-384-9657 912 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

Off The Wall Custom Framing & Art

715-384-4844 offthewall-customframing.com

148 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

Thimbleberry Books • Used and Unusual

715-387-3049 thimbleberrybooks.com

166 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

Weber’s Farm Store

715-384-5639 webersfarmstore.com

9706 County Rd. H, Marshfield, WI

the Day Spa Boutique

& Merle Norman Cosmetics

715-384-8000 yourmerlenorman.com

249 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

Mill Creek Gardens

715-591-2000 millcreekgardencenter.com

8839 Mill Creek Drive, Marshfield, WI

Mitten’s Home appliance

715-387-8605 mittensappliances.com

171 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

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Call us for appointments and services inquiry:

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907 S. Central Ave.

Marshfield, WI 54449

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2020 BEST OF MARSHFIELD

best of Marshfield

2020

The Best of Marshfield Poll, voted on by the public, is an annual guide to the best offerings in Marshfield and the surrounding

area. The poll is conducted each year with thousands of entries! Winners receive plaques and bragging rights for the year.

SELECT LIST: A select group of hospitality businesses were awarded a special recognition. To make the SELECT LIST,

businesses must win a Best of Marshfield category; have at least 4 or 5 stars on Facebook, Trip Advisor, and Yelp; be local; and be

open year-round. Indicates Select List Winner

BREAKFAST

BURGER

DINNER SPOT

Best Festival: FISH Central FRY Wisconsin State Fair

LUNCH SPOT

CARRYOUT/TAKEOUT

BARTENDER, KATI SCHUTZ

Best Festival: Central Wisconsin Sta

Best Festival: Central Wisconsin State Fair

OUTDOOR DINING

ETHNIC RESTAURANT

DELIVERY

Scotty’s

PIZZA &

CHICKEN

CAR DEALERSHIP

COFFEE

DOWNTOWN SHOP

TO BUY FASHIONS

Best Fish Fry: RiverEdge Golf Cours

Best Fish Fry: RiverEdge Golf Course Restaurant & Bar

Best Fish Fry: RiverEdge Golf Course Restaurant & Bar

SPECIALTY PIZZA

DOWNTOWN DECOR SHOP

FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT

Best Fun Place for Kids: Wildwood Park & Zoo

Best Fun Place for Kids: Wildwood

Best Fun Place for Kids: Wildwood Park & Zoo

HISTORIC ATTRACTION

SWEET TREATS

VISITOR ATTRACTION

HOTEL RESTAURANT

HOTEL/MOTEL

NORTH WOOD

COUNTY PARK

OUTDOOR RECREATION AREA

REAL ESTATE AGENCY

SERVER, ARIEL GORST

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A Foodie Getaway //////

Marshfield’s dining scene has changed

a lot in recent years, and there’s a lot for

food lovers to discover. New restaurants are

popping up throughout the city and longtime

spots are delivering new menu items while

still serving up all the classics. Exploring

this culinary bounty is a tasty excuse for a

getaway, and it’s

easy to find some

of the best food

in town—just visit

the establishments

that are Best of

Marshfield winners.

These places

received top honors

in this annual survey

voted on by locals.

Pack your bags and bring an appetite!

Friday dinner—There’s perhaps no dining

tradition more celebrated in Wisconsin than

the Friday night fish fry. Nutz Deep II, a

Marshfield institution with a colorful name,

draws rave reviews for its food, and its fish

fry has won the hearts of locals–in 2020 it

was voted Best Fish Fry. Not into fish? The

restaurant’s signature burgers are also amazing.

After dinner, relax in your hotel. Looking

for a comfortable unique place to stay with

a full menu of amenities? Hotel Marshfield

won Best Hotel/Motel in 2020. Another

great bet: The Holiday Inn & Conference

Center, which is home to the renovated

restaurant, The Rivers.

Saturday breakfast—The Kitchen Table

has been serving up hearty, homemade

breakfasts for more than four decades. The

restaurant won the 2019 Best Breakfast

award, and this is a place to go for all the

classics—buttermilk pancakes, hash browns,

omelets and bacon. Don’t worry–

they’ll be sure to keep the hot

coffee flowing.

Saturday lunch—Spice things

up with a trip to El Mezcal. This

Mexican restaurant delivers southof-the-border

classics with flair,

winning both Best Ethnic Restaurant

and Best Outdoor Dining in 2020.

The restaurant’s daily lunch specials

include tacos, enchiladas, quesadillas,

burritos and more. Dive into the

complimentary chips and salsa (and

get some queso blanco) while you

review the full menu.

After lunch, head to these must-see

foodie shops: Weber’s Farm Store and 2½

Cups Cupcakery & Bakeshop. Weber’s

won Best Shop for Gifts in 2019 and

sells an extensive line of cheese that’s

produced at this fifth-generation dairy.

Their selection includes lots of favorites,

like 11-year aged cheddar and

merlot Parmesan. 2½ Cups

– Cupcakery & Bakeshop,

located in the Downtown

Historic District will have

your mouth watering with

gourmet cupcakes and other

sweet treats.

Saturday dinner—Wind

down with a little Marshfield

comfort food. According to

the latest Best of Marshfield survey, the

place to go is MoJo’s Pasta House & Cajun

Cook Shack. This fast-casual family-owned

eatery makes their Cajun and Italian

entrees from scratch, fresh and to order.

Try their Pasta Jambalaya, served with

tender chicken, andouille sausage and Gulf

pan-seared shrimp.

Sunday breakfast—

Head to the

Lumberyard Bar & Grill.

The restaurant serves

hearty breakfasts,

including a bacon

cheeseburger-stuffed

French toast. If

you arrive late, the

lunch menu does

not disappoint. The

Lumberyard serves up

flatbreads that are out

of this world.

the

daily

grind

gourmet coffee & tea

featuring daily

breakfast & lunch specials

715-387-6607

HOURS

Monday–Friday 6 a.m.–2 p.m.

Saturday 7 a.m.–Noon

VOTED

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in Marshfield

2020

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$1.75 per roll

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SAUCES

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$.50 per 2 oz. cup

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DINING


DINING

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

715-387-1920

1651 N CENTRAL AVE

MARSHFIELD, WI 54449

HOURS:

MONDAY - FRIDAY

10:30AM - 10:00PM

SATURDAY

6:30AM - 10:00PM

SUNDAY

6:30AM - 8:00PM

BREAKFAST

MONDAY - FRIDAY

6:30 - 9:30AM

SATURDAY

& SUNDAY

6:30 - 11:30AM

715-384-3326

1200 South Oak Ave. • Marshfield

Restaurant open daily at 6:00am.

Full Breakfast, Lunch and Supper Menu

We MAKE our own

Ice Cream

Check out our website

for Skateland hours

www.melodygardensmarshfield.com

Chinese, Thai & American Cuisine

715-384-9004

Delivery • To-Go

Daily Lunch Specials

Specialized Catering

233 S. Central Ave.

Marshfield, WI 54449

Monday CLOSED

Tuesday to Friday

11 a.m.-8 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday

2 p.m.-8 p.m.

www.nutzdeepbarwi.com

Voted Marshfield’s Best Burger 12 Years in a Row!

MARSHFIELD 715-387-2597

809 S Central Avenue

SPENCER 715-659-4333

103 E. Clark Street

Open Daily at 7 a.m. for Breakfast

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Marshfield’s Small Business

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501 South Washington Ave • Marshfield

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FOOD

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DAILY

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Open at

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715-898-1189

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1409 S. Central Avenue

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1330 W. Grand Avenue

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Gourmet Cupcakes • Custom Cakes • Muffins

Cinnamon Rolls • Homemade Candies

Other Sweet Treats

126 S. Central Ave., Marshfield, WI 54449

Gourmet Cupcakes Contact • Custom at: 715-898-1199 Cakes • Muffins

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126 S. Central Ave., Marshfield, WI 54449

Contact us at: 715-898-1199

Or by email at: 2.5cups@charter.net

715.384.4409

11426 Wren Road, Marshfield, WI 54449

info@golfmcc.com

NOW BOOKING

Weddings • Anniversaries • Special Events

Class Reunions • Christmas Parties

OPEN DAILY

10:30am - 9:00pm

GOLF SEASON

7:00am - 10:00pm

Salads • Sandwiches • Pastas • Entrées • Burgers

108 W. 9th Street, Marshfield

715-389-1868

Visit www.blueheronbrewpub.com or LIKE US on

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Est. 1973

DINING

ONE OF CENTRAL WISCONSIN’S LARGEST SALAD BARS

CALL FOR PRIVATE PARTIES & SPECIAL BOOKINGS

715.384.2629 / 122923 Cty Rd C, Rozellville, WI

Wed-Thur: 5-8pm

Fri: 4-9pm

Sat: 5-9pm

121 S. CENTRAL AVENUE

MARSHFIELD, WI 54449

715.207.6201

VISIT US ONLINE FOR

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Part of Wisconsin’s Oldest Traditional Supper Clubs

Scotty’s

PIZZA &

CHICKEN

FAMILY OWNED

SPECIALTY COFFEE

COMPANY

VISIT US 7 DAYS A WEEK!

2019 Outstanding Business

Renovation Award

Mainstreet Wisconsin 2019

Best Interior Renovation Award

Pictured:

Owners

John Tracy

and Vicki

Schultz Tracy

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DINING

JOIN US FOR DINE-IN OR ORDER CARRY-OUT

LUNCH SPECIALS ONLY $5.99

Tacos, Tortas, Burritos, Huaraches, Mariscos, Fajitas,

Gorditas, Tamales, Tostadas, Vegetarianos, Desserts

NOW OPEN!

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Mon-Fri: 11am-9pm | Sat: 10am-9pm | Sun: 10am-8pm

1705 South Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI | 715-384-6811

◊ Featuring Boar’s Head Products

◊ Charcouterie Board Orders

◊ Italian Meats & Cheeses

◊ Specialty Grocery Items

◊ Grab & Go Meal Options

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Marshfield area

transportation /////

AUTO/Bus Rentals

ASSOCIATED SALES & LEASING

715-384-3500

409 N. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CAR

715-384-7777

900 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

TRANSPORTATION

taxi service

MARSHFIELD PUBLIC & BUS TRANSIT

715-384-6550

551 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

airports

CENTRAL WISCONSIN AIRPORT

715-693-2147

100 CWA Drive, Mosinee, WI

MARSHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT

715-389-9385

400 W. 29th Street, Marshfield, WI

DID YOU KNOW?

The Marshfield Community bikeshare has bikes

available for daytime use FREE in Marshfield.

To learn more go to visitmarshfield.com

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BY 55+ YEARS OF

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Behind the Wheel:

• Van, Flatbed, Refrigerated,

& Curtainside Fleet options

• Excellent opportunities for

experienced drivers

• B.O.S.S. benefits for owner

operators – including lease

purchase program

• Need a CDL? With paid training,

getting your CDL is part of the

job!

Outside of the Truck:

• Customer service

• Finance

• Information technology

• Maintenance

• Operations

• Pay services

• Safety

An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer

Transportation Services:

• Dry Van

• Flatbed & Curtainside

• Refrigerated

• Cold Storage & Warehousing

• RoehlTransport.com

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HOTELS & MOTELS

hotels & motels

7 Star Motel

715-387-2511 or 888-387-5255

2121 W. Veterans Parkway

Marshfield, WI

Baymont Inn & Suites

715-384-5240 or 877-229-6668

2107 N. Central Avenue

Marshfield, WI

baymontinns.com

Hampton Inn & Suites

1-800-HAMPTON

400 W. Upham Street

Marshfield, WI

hilton.com/en/hampton

Hillcrest Motel

715-387-1234

504 N. St. Joseph Avenue

Marshfield, WI

hillcrestmotelmarshfield.com

Holiday Inn & Conference

Center

715-486-1500 or 800-HOLIDAY

750 S. Central Avenue

Marshfield, WI

holidayinn.com/marshfield

Hotel Marshfield

715-387-2700 or 855-583-2700

2700 S. Central Avenue

Marshfield, WI

hotelmarshfield.com

Neva Jean Motel

715-387-3731

2301 W. Veterans Parkway

Marshfield, WI

nevajeanmotel.com

The Park Motel

715-387-1741 or 800-357-9621

1806 S. Central Avenue

Marshfield, WI

parkmotel.us

Quality Inn

715-387-8691 or 800-228-5150

114 E. Upham Street

Marshfield, WI

qualityinn.com

Stardust Motel

715-387-1191

1801 S. Central Avenue

Marshfield, WI

Woodfield Inn & Suites

715-502-5015 or 888-813-1344

1651 N. Central Avenue

Marshfield, WI

woodfieldinn-marshfield.com

Amenities

key

Free Breakfast

Free WIFI

Swimming Pool

Fitness Center

Meeting Space

Restaurant

Pets Allowed

Free Parking

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Pet-friendly travel spots

in the Marshfield area

There’s no need to leave your best friend

at home when you visit Marshfield. The city

welcomes travelers with four

legs with friendly lodging,

attractions, parks and events

that will get everyone’s tail

wagging. Here’s a guide to

visiting Marshfield with your

furry friend.

A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP

Need a place to stay that the

whole family can enjoy? You’re

in luck: Marshfield is home to

hotels that are happy to welcome

pets. You’ll find plenty of creature

comforts and a relaxing stay—fall

asleep counting sheep (or perhaps enjoy some

dreams of chasing them). Hotel Marshfield,

2700 S. Central Ave., offers special pet-friendly

rooms and services—your pooch will know

they’re at the right hotel when

they spot the water bowl in

the lobby. Quality Inn, 114 E.

Upham St., has pet-friendly

rooms, food and water

for your pup in the lobby,

and an area outside where

pets can answer the call of

nature. Check with individual

properties for the latest rates,

policies and pet fees.

ICE CREAM FOR ALL

Who doesn’t love an ice cream cone? Treat

the whole family to a scoop or two of the cold

stuff. Hub City Ice Cream Company (1610 S.

Central Ave., open seasonally) has everyone

covered. Those who arrive on two legs can

enjoy delicious Chocolate Shoppe flavors like

Zanzibar Chocolate and Ultimate Oreo. While

those flavors contain chocolate (sorry

Fido), Hub City has every doggy diet

covered: Just order a “pup cone.” The

shop has outdoor seating and is close to

sidewalks and trails good for a stroll if

you need to leash up and walk off a few

calories.

ROOM TO RUN After a long car

trip, everyone needs to stretch their

legs. Head to Paws N’ Play Dog Park, an

expansive 4.5-acre dog park that welcome

visitors who need a place to run and sniff.

The fenced, grassy park includes separate

areas for small and large pooches and is

open to all non-aggressive dogs that are current on

vaccinations. The park is located on the northwest

corner of 21st Street and S. Peach Ave. on the

Central Wisconsin State Fairgrounds. The park is

run by dog-loving volunteers;

small donations to help offset

maintenance are welcomed.

A GOOD READ If

you left your pets at home

but are missing a little

companionship, you might

find a furry friend in the

aisles—or windows—of

Thimbleberry Books, 166 S.

Central Ave. Friendly cats

roam this charming bookstore,

keeping watch over a vast selection of new and

used books, all at affordable prices.

BEST OF SHOW Dogs take center stage

every summer at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.

Whether you’re an exhibitor or a fan, you won’t

want to miss the Marshfield Area Kennel Club

Dog Show. More than 100 breeds participate

in this annual event—everything from Afghan

hounds to Welsh corgis. Dogs and their

handlers take to the ring and face off in various

categories, including junior showmanship,

obedience and rally obedience. Pooches from

throughout the region compete to see who’s

the top dog. Woof!

CENTRAL WISCONSIN’S

LARGEST SELECTION OF MILWAUKEE TOOLS

PARTY RENTAL HEADQUARTERS

From Backyard Parties to Corporate Events

TENTS, TABLES, CHAIRS & MORE!

Great selection of

INFLATABLES for kids of all ages!

We’ve also got

HEATED GEAR!

• Jackets • Vests

• Hoodies • Gloves

We are Marshfield’s

Milwaukee Tool Headquarters!

715.384.9101

751 S. Central Ave.

Marshfield, WI 54449

www.hillerstruevalue.com

We deliver. We set up. We take down. YOU ENJOY!

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AREA CHURCHES

Churches

Christ Lutheran Church

1208 W. 14th St.

Marshfield, WI 54449

715-384-3535

Thursday 6:30 p.m.

Sunday 9 a.m.

Check our website for service times

www.christmarshfield.org

Columbus Catholic Schools

710 S. Columbus Ave., Marshfield, WI 54449

715-387-1177

www.columbuscatholicschools.org

Cornerstone Community Church

1417 W. McMillan St., Marshfield, WI 54449

715-384-6800

www.cornerstonemarshfield.com

WESLEY UNITED

Methodist Church

The Church at the Heart of the City

Faith Fellowship

217 W. McMillan St., Marshfield, WI 54449

715-387-6169 • faithfellowship.life

Faith Lutheran Church

207 S. Cherry Ave., Marshfield, WI 54449

715-387-3757

www.faithmarshfield.org

“Like” us on Facebook

Building

“Customers for Life”

715-387-8414

201 W. Upham Street

Marshfield, WI 54449

www.brenizer.com

www.coldwellbanker.com

Worship: Sundays at 9 a.m.

205 E 3rd Street, Marshfield, WI 54449

wesleyhopeconnection.org

Facebook.com/wumcmfld

Brenizer Realtors

JEFF HEEG

DESIGNATED BROKER

715-207-1903

LINDA POEHNELT

ASSOCIATE BROKER

715-305-3223

JAM AMMONS

GRI

715-650-0354

For more info, contact us at 715-387-1177 ext. 3300

or visit us online at columbuscatholicschools.org

JENNIFER

ELMHORST

715-937-1126

PAULINE

ERTL-THOM

715-305-5097

RICHARD KAISER

715-252-9163

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First Presbyterian Church

200 S. Lincoln Ave.

Marshfield, WI 54449

715-384-2484 • fpcmarshfield.org

Sunday 9:30 a.m.

All Are Welcome....Seriously, All.

Grace Lutheran Church (LCMC)

11284 Hwy 10 West • Marshfield, WI 54449

(Approx. 8 mi SW of Marshfield)

715-676-2753

Sunday Worship 9 a.m.

www.gracemarshfield.org

Immanuel Lutheran Church School

and Childcare Center

604 S. Chestnut Ave.

Marshfield, WI 54449

715-384-5121

Saturday 5pm • Sunday 9am

www.immanuelmarshfield.org

Marshfield Church of Christ

Our mission: loving God...loving others

1413 South Felker Ave.

Marshfield, WI 54449

715-387-1004

See our website for services

www.marshfieldCOC.org

North Ridge Church

1021 W. McMillan St.

Marshfield, WI 54449

715-387-6111

Sunday 9:00am, 10:45am, 5:30pm

Sacred Heart of Jesus & Corpus Christi

Catholic Churches

1101 S. Central Ave., Marshfield, WI 54449

10075 Hwy BB, Marshfield, WI 54449

715-384-3213

Tue—Fri Mass 8am at Sacred Heart

Saturday Confession & Exposition 4-4:45pm

Benediction, Mass 5pm at Sacred Heart

Sunday Mass 8:30am, 6pm at Sacred Heart

10:00am at Corpus Christi

sacredheartmarshfield.org

Seventh-Day Adventist Church

714 W 14th Street, Marshfield, WI 54449

715-387-4641

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church

201 W. Blodgett St., Marshfield, WI 54449

715-384-3252

Monday–Friday 7 a.m.

Saturday 8 a.m. & 4:30 p.m.

Sunday 7 a.m., 9 a.m. & 11 a.m.

www.stjohnsmarshfield.org

Trinity Lutheran Church & School

9529 State Hwy 80

Marshfield, WI 54449

715-676-2121

trinitymarshfield.org

facebook.com/trinitymarshfield/

Wesley United Methodist Church

Worship: Sunday 9 a.m.

205 E. 3rd St, Marshfield

P.O. Box 987, Marshfield, WI 54449

715-384-2292

www.wesleyhopeconnection.org

Zion United Methodist Church

2106 N. Peach Avenue

Marshfield, WI 54449

715-898-1771 • www.zionumcfamily.com

Sunday 9:30 a.m., Discipleship Hour 10:45 a.m.

People Helping People

1614 E 4th Street, Marshfield, WI 54449 • 715-387-8405

firstchoicecreditunion.com

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MEETING & CONFERENCE

Meeting & Conference

American Legion Post 54

715-384-9697

2100 S. Maple Avenue, Marshfield, WI

marshfieldpost54wi.org

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

Large Hall 3,100 300

Belvedere Supper Club

715-387-4161

M329 Hwy 97, Marshfield, WI

belvederesupperclub.net

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

Large Hall 4,000 400

Fireplace Room 1,000 50

Chestnut Center for the Arts

715-389-8999

208 S. Chestnut Avenue, Marshfield, WI

chestnutarts.org

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

Ballroom 3,000 200

Concert Hall 4,000 250

Fireplace Room 1,450 40

Terazzo Room 300 40

Everett Roehl Marshfield Public

Library & 2nd St Community Center

715-387-8494

105 S. Maple Avenue, Marshfield, WI

marshfieldlibrary.org

211 E. 2nd St., Marshfield, WI 54449

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

J.P. Adler Room 500 50

5 Conference Rooms Varies Varies

Hampton Inn & Suites

1-800 HAMPTON

400 W. Upham Street, Marshfield, WI

hilton.com/en/hampton

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT) SEATING*

Meeting Room 947 67

Holiday Inn & Conference Center

715-486-1500 or 800-HOLIDAY

750 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

holidayinn.com/marshfield

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

Blodgett 500 16-45

Doege 2,400 80-250

Ives 500 16-45

Hardacre Board Room 325 Up to 16

Hub City Ballroom 4,800 288-600

Laird 800 40-75

Roddis 800 40-75

Upham 800 40-75

Prefunction Space 1,500

Hotel Marshfield

715-387-2700 or 855-583-2700

2700 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

hotelmarshfield.com

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

The Grand Ballroom 4,600 325

Grand Ballroom I 1,564 105

Grand Ballroom II 1,656 115

Grand Ballroom III 1,380 72

Central Ballroom 2,790 200

Central Ballroom I 960 72

Central Ballroom II 780 48

Central Ballroom III 1,050 80

Executive Board Room 294 12

Marshfield Country Club

715-384-4409

11426 Wren Road, Marshfield, WI

golfmcc.com

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

Banquet Room 2,400 130

Marshfield Eagles Club

715-384-3000

1104 S. Oak Avenue, Marshfield, WI

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

Banquet Room 6,600 550 dinner

880 chairs

Conference Room 475 30-50

East Wing 3,600 250

North Hall 1,334 75

Talon Room 272 20

West Wing 3,000 200

*Seating capacity varies on arrangements of tables and/or chairs.

The Oven Above the Pub

715-389-1868

108 W. 9th Street, Marshfield, WI

blueheronbrewpub.com

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

Heron Room 150 12

Main Dining Room 1,116 150

Parkin Room 720 50

Quality Inn

715-387-8691

114 E. Upham Street, Marshfield, WI

qualityinn.com

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

Conference Room 400 20

RiverEdge Golf Course

Banquet Facility

715-676-3900

10191 Mill Creek Drive, Marshfield, WI

riveredgegolfcourse.com

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

Banquet Hall 7,500 Up to 450

Other hall arrangements are available

The Rivers

715-384-3705

820 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

theriverstavern.com

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

Private Room 260 15-20

Woodfield Inn & Suites

715-387-2233

1651 N. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

woodfieldinn-marshfield.com

CONFERENCE ROOM SIZE (SQ. FT.) SEATING*

Small Room 300 8

did you know?

Marshfield offers over

70,000 sq. ft.

of meeting & event space.

For planning assistance go to:

VISITMARSHFIELD.COM

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Your Central Wisconsin

GATHERING PLACE

Hotel Marshfield offers 99 stylish guest rooms & suites; spacious event center;

and restaurant, Libby McNeill’s—all thoughtfully designed to create the perfect

place for friends and family to gather.

“If you’re in Marshfield, do yourself a favor and stay here.”

TripAdvisor traveler Marty1970, December 2019

Experience your gathering at hotelmarshfield.com

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