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Wausau, Wisconsin, United States

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Wausau Downtown

Located in the heart of Wisconsin, Wausau is an Ideal place for business and family, vibrant, with beautiful downtown and lots of events. Wausau, WI has top rated educational facilities and offers a superior quality of life.

Wausau has a very important feature, that many other cities can not offer, it is perfectly located on the intersection of I-39 and HWY 29 which makes Wausau a great location for business, organizations, and families alike.

Wausau is conveniently located from the following cities: 

  • Green Bay WI .........................93 miles
  • Eau Claire WI .........................99 miles
  • La Crosse WI ........................144 miles
  • Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN ......175 miles
  • Madison WI ..........................140 miles
  • Milwaukee, WI ......................181 miles
  • Dubuque, IA...........................215 miles
  • Chicago, IL ............................275 miles

Here is some information about Wausau's history, demographics, local attractions, recreational opportunities, current events, city government, and services as well as information about local businesses and organizations.

Read also the latest news to keep you informed.

Please come and explore Wausau. Enjoy and experience our hometown from its best, visit the historical downtown and shop at one of the specialty stores on the Third Street pedestrian mall, listen to music in the summer or ice skate in the winter on the downtown public square, walk through the Marathon County Historical Museum, tour the Warren Historic District, shop at the Wausau Center Mall, attend a theater or music event at the Grand Theater, or visit the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. 

Wausau is beautiful in all seasons, whether there is a music concert, theatrical production, festival, parade, fair, art and craft show, or sports event like the Badger State Games. Enjoy the natural features of the Wausau Metropolitan area such as flowing rivers, lakes, maple and oak trees, Rib Mountain, and the many city parks that provide beauty and recreation throughout the four seasons. Welcome to Wausau, your place to live, work and enjoy!

The city's 37 city parks, which total 337 acres (136 ha),are maintained by the Wausau and Marathon County Parks, Recreation, and Forestry Department.

Oak Island Community Park and Fern Island Community Park are located next to each other on the Wisconsin River. Oak Island has wide range of activities: tennis courts, two playgrounds, a baseball diamond, one enclosed shelter with a kitchen, two open shelters, and a walking bridge to Fern Island. Fern Island Park hosts the annual Big Bull Falls Blues Festival in August.

Athletic Park, a baseball stadium on the east side of Wausau, is home to the Wisconsin Woodchucks baseball team.

Whitewater Park contains a third of a mile of Class I-II+ rapids along the Wisconsin River in downtown Wausau. It has bleachers facing whitewater rapids where athletes where recreational whitewater kayaking and canoeing take place.

Sylvan Hills is a county park within the Wausau city limits. During the winter, tubing takes place on hills that have vertical drops of up to 133 feet (41 m).

Marathon Park, another county park in the city of Wausau, is the location of the Wisconsin Valley Fair. The park includes camping grounds, two hockey rinks, a curling barn, playgrounds, an obstacle course, an amphitheater, a bandstand, a grandstand, exhibition buildings, a concessions building, and a miniature golf course. Marathon Park contains the southernmost section of old-growth forest remaining in Wisconsin.The Little Red School House is housed within the park.

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Data provided by CWMLS (Central Wisconsin Multiple Listing Service Inc.).