City of Marshfield parks are open year-round from 6:00 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.
City Map of Parks and Trails
1703 Waushara Drive
A 2.2 acre neighborhood park with a picnic shelter, playground and basketball court.
905 N. Cedar Avenue
A 40 acre community park with a softball field, tennis and pickleball courts, playground, picnic shelter, restrooms, 18-hole disc golf course, skatepark and nature trails.
Check out the Braem Park Disc Golf Aerial Video Tour from the Mid-Wisconsin Disc Golf Association.
201 W. Arnold Street
A historical 2.5 acre park which was donated to the City in 1875 making it Marshfield's oldest park. The park has a bandshell, built in 1931, multiple grilling areas, and has many large, mature trees with multiple benches and picnic tables.
1812 E. Blodgett Street
A 5.5 acre conservancy park with a nature trail loop and plenty of opportunties to to see wildlife.
|Forest Ridge Park
1137 W. Blodgett Street
A 3 acre neighborhood park with a picnic area, playground and basketball court.
|Grant Mini Park
601 W. Cleveland Street
A mini park with a playground, picnic tables and benches.
1001 E. 29th Street
A 20 acre community park with multiple soccer fields, concession stand, restrooms, a community-built playground, basketball court, walking and biking trail, picnic area and nature area.
On the corner of S. Central Avenue & E. 5th Street
A downtown mini park honoring the former Mayor and civic leader Marilyn Hardacre and hosts live entertainment during the summer.
|Hamus Nature Preserve and Recreation Area
201 Wilderness Drive
A 32 acre nature preserve and recreation area with both hard and grass surface walking / biking trails, fishing pond, picnic shelter, restrooms, electricity, picnic tables and grilling area.
|Joe and Bernadine Weber's
2901 W. 5th Street
A 37 acre community park with walking / biking trails, covered shelter, restrooms, picnic area, and parking.
|Marshfield Fairgrounds Park
513 E. 17th Street
Home to the "World's Largest Round Barn", this 45 acre community park hosts the Central Wisconsin State Fair and other events. This park has two lighted softball fields, a quarter mile dirt track, concession stands, numerous exhibit buildings for year-round activities, playground and picnic area.
|Northern Hills Park
1601 Broadway Avenue
A mini park with a playground and picnic areas.
|Steve J. Miller Recreation Area
501 W. 4th Street
A 21 acre community park featuring Jack Hackman Baseball Field with three Little League fields, tennis and pickleball courts, playground, park shelter, restrooms and parking.
630 S. Central Avenue
A mini park serving as a memorial to local firefighters who have lost their lives in the line of duty and has a small pond, a fountain, benches and tables.
206 W. Park Street
A mini park with benches and picnic tables serving as a memorial since 1928 to soldiers who have fallen during combat and features a monument dedicated in 1938 and a Cobra AH-IS Helicopter from the Vietnam War by the American Legion Post 54, VFW Post 1866, VVA Chapter 549, and DAV Chapter 57.
|Wenzel Family Plaza
200 Block on Chestnut Avenue
A community park featuring a performance stage, splashpad, tables and chairs for dining, a shaded seating area and hosts numerous Main Street Marshfield events.
|Wildwood Park & Zoo
1800 S. Roddis Avenue
A 340 acre community park featuring Wildwood Zoo, Wildwood Station and the new Vandehey Waters Aquatic Center along with nature trails, picnic areas, playground, two ponds, fishing pier and observation tower while hosting the annual Rotary Winter Wonderland.