114 E. Upham St.
Marshfield, WI 54449
Phone: (715) 387-8691
Fax: (715) 387-3001
Visit this 19th century restored home of Wisconsin's third governor, William Henry Upham.
This park features a scenic 225 foot suspension bridge over the Yellow River. The park also offers camping, a frisbee golf course, pedal boat rental, shelter area, beach area, playground, 100 sites for campers or RV's as well as flush toilets, hot showers, electic hookups, and a sanitary dump station.
Central Wisconsin State Fair Round Barn was built in 1916 and is one of the world's largest round barns. It has served as an ideal venue for the agricultural community to come and display their annual harvests. The fair also organizes interactive sessions, events and activities like singing, dancing and story telling, for an enjoyable and informative experience for visitors and the farming community. The barn was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
This impressive barn was built in 1916 and houses 250 stanchions. The barn is 150 feet in diameter and 70 feet high and was built without scaffolding.
Come visit this 60 acre zoo which was established in 1937. Boasts a variety of animals and birds from around the world. The zoo also features sensory gardens which are designed to inhibit the guest to experience the beauty of this zoo.
Recreations of extinct creatures from the Iron Age are displayed at this park with exhibits including huge turtles, semi-amphibious frogs, iron birds, flying turtles, swamp dragons, and various aquatic specimans.
This local stawberry farm invites you to come and pick your own strawberries.
Enjoy our floral walkways, gardens, folkart memorials, shrines and an interesting museum at this garden center.