Marshfield Rotary Park was chosen as the 2013 Readers’ Choice Winner for Best Park

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In 2013, Marshfield Rotary Park was chosen as the Readers’ Choice Winner for Best Park. In 1982, the dream of the Rotary Park of Marshfield was made into a reality. What began as an unwanted piece of swampland is now a beautiful park that includes several pieces of playground equipment, tennis courts, softball and soccer fields, horseshoe pits and a walking/biking trail and the Rotary Park Peace Pavilion. It is also home to the Heritage Celebration Trailways which encompasses the walking trail which winds around the park and is beautifully dotted with over 150 species of trees, flowers and plants along the way. Many of the trees have memorials which family and friends have dedicated to loved ones past and present. There are also memorials to WWI, WWII, and other historical memorials.

Currently the park is used by hundreds of people every week and is the host for the city soccer league every Saturday morning which draws hundreds of children and their families and friends.