Introduction to Marshfield, Wisconsin
Marshfield was first settled in 1868. It is the largest city of Wood County, which was established in 1856. A portion of the city also lies in Marathon County, which was founded in 1807. The city was officially incorporated in 1883. Marshfield is home to the World's Largest Round Barn.
Marshfield and nearby Attractions
- Washington Square Shopping Center
- Upham Mansion
- Wildwood Park & Zoo
- Foxfire Gardens
- New Visions Gallery
- Rib Mountain State Park
Things To Do In Marshfield
Local parks include the Grant Mini-Park, Forest Ridge Park, Wildwood Park, the Miller Recreation Area, Breem Park, Northern Hills Park and Columbia Park. The Upham Mansion, the New Visions Gallery and Foxfire Gardens are all accessible from Marshfield as well. Local celebrations include the Central Wisconsin State Fair, the Maple Fall Fest, the Cultural Fair and the Dairyfest.
Central Wisconsin Airport is nearby.
Marshfield Higher Education
Local colleges and universities include the Northcentral Technical College, the Western Wisconsin Technical College and the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.