Schofield is a city in Marathon County, Wisconsin, United States. It is part of the Wausau, Wisconsin Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 2,169 at the 2010 census. The city was named for Dr. William Scholfield, who came to the area in the 1840s to open a saw mill. The city has since dropped the "L" from its name.
Restaurants in Schofield
5 based on 193 reviews
This show runs through February 25th, and worth the time to view these innovative works of art. Fascinating works that make you think--how did they do that? Colorful quilts are complimented by the woods from around the world. Practical,smaller pieces (wine corks, pens, key fobs)...MoreThank you for continuing to let others know about the Quilts & Wood exhibitions currently on view and encouraging them to visit soon. We hope you'll visit again often to experience other exciting exhibitions planned throughout the year.
4 based on 48 reviews
Your place for family fun in Central Wisconsin! This 50,000 square foot indoor water park has something for the whole family including a four-story tower with three giant tube slides, an interactive tree house with 500-gallon dumping bucket, activity pool, log walk, toddler play area, and a lazy river! Directly adjacent to Smokey's Grill (to quench any appetite) and Blue Ox Arcade (boasting over 70 games) which are located inside the beautiful Grand Lodge Waterpark Resort, this is an attraction you don't want to miss!
Our kids (8 &12) enjoyed the waterpark when we stayed at The Grand Lodge hotel. Waterpark passes good for both days of our one night stay were free with the room. Three fun tube slides and lazy river. Air temp and water temp both warm...MoreLaura, We appreciate the review! The slides and lazy river a lot of fun for the whole family to enjoy! We are happy to hear you had a fun family weekend with us! We look forward to your next visit!
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Central Wisconsin's First and Only Comedy Club.
Such a awesome place for a date! The place is clean , the entertainment is very funny and the price is almost too low. The service is very good too! Just a great night out!
4.5 based on 246 reviews
Great location, fun hill to ski, and well organized lift system. The ski hill is right in Wausau with plenty of lodging and restaurants nearby, Great ski and snowboard runs with man made and real snow. No reason to drive up to UP of MI when you can weekend ski here.
5 based on 3 reviews
Cracked, LLC, is an escape room business located in Weston, Wisconsin, just a couple short miles from Wausau. Customers to Cracked will be put in a theme-based room, and will have to solve challenging puzzles and codes to unlock locks and ultimately complete a mission. Perfect fun for friends and family!
We went with 3 other couples and had a great time. It was something different to do and everyone had a blast. We met one of the owners and she was very helpful in explaining what we could and couldn't do. When we went there were 2 choices of escape rooms. Basically you need to solve a puzzle to win and I myself found this challenging. It was a lot of fun and we look forward to new rooms.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
North Central Wisconsin's home for the performing arts is The Grand Theater. Located in downtown Wausau, The Grand has it all--from Broadway to Ballet, Comedy to Cirque, Classical, Theatre and so much more!
Great historic venue downtown across from the green space in Wausau. Excellent venue to see live performances from music to plays. Adjacent space provides area for refreshments and place to visit with others. Prices of shows vary depending on popularity and demand. Not really a bad seat in the house but worth buying better seats if available.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Have toured two times. Both times were interesting with some different details each time. The tour guides are knowledgeable. The tour groups are small so it is easy to see everything. While not as big or grand as some homes, it was interesting. There is a variety of architectures, so it is fun to compare and contrast. Lots of original furnishings so it is easy to see life from a hundred years ago. Right across the street is an interesting museum.
5 based on 30 reviews
Stop in and meet Brian and Sue, your hosts at Lil' Ole Winemaker Shoppe, now conveniently located downtown 2 blocks east of the 400 Block. We are your northwoods headquarters for over 30 mouth-watering homemade wines, wine and beer making supplies and a gift shop with something special for any wine enthusiast on your list. Offering classes and demonstrations of wine making and you can even rent a space to make your own wine. Sample our wines at our wine bar perfectly placed in front of a stunning vineyard mural. Join the Case Club where you can buy 12 bottles and get your 13th for free. Drink coffee, nibble on snacks and browse your tablet in front of our fireplace with free Wi-Fi or schedule a meeting in one of our meeting rooms. We have plenty of table space allowing you to meet with friends for coffee, snacks and wine.
We visited this winery while in the Wausau area. Tasters receive 3 complimentary samples of wine with $1 additional samples. This winery offered many flavors of wine that were unique, with favorites being strawberry watermelon and a non-dairy pina colada wine. If you are in the area, be sure to stop and sample their wine.
5 based on 26 reviews
Athletic Park is a baseball stadium and the home field of the Wisconsin Woodchucks baseball team of the Northwoods League. It features a covered grandstand with stadium/bleacher seating along with private decks available for groups, dug outs, concessions and and team clubhouses. A brand new playground for children is also available as a part of the park experience.
Q - What could be more enjoyable on a weekend afternoon than taking in a baseball game?
A - Only one thing. Taking in a ballgame at Athletic Park in Wausau Wisconsin.
Home field to the Wisconsin Woodchucks, Athletic Park is the facility every small city in America dreams of having. It is we'll appointed, clean, and built with the baseball fan in mind.
The wait staff who take food and beverage orders in the reserved seating areas are remarkable in the level of service they provide, and in their professionalism.
Parking is free, plenty and within easy walking distance of ticket booths. Restrooms are clean and in good working condition. The seating is comfortable and the viewing is great from every angle.
The Woodchucks have not set any win records this season. But, the competition is good, and the setting is close to perfect.
If you are anywhere near central Wisconsin and looking for a great way to spend a few hours, consider Athletic Park and Woodchucks baseball!
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Central Wisconsin's only botanical garden located on the north end of Wausau, WI. The Gardens currently features a Memory Plaza, Wildflower Woods, Meditation Garden, outdoor Kitchen Potager, raised garden beds used for education, fully accessible Treehouse, and aerated pond. Numerous trails, some marked with distance posts, lead through the property, which can be visited free of charge. A wide variety of trees, many of them memorials, and other colorful plantings dot the landscape. Ideal for walks, meditation, exploration, and events such as weddings, birthday parties, and reunions. A list of Garden events, including regular tours, can be found on the website. The Gardens are a geocaching site.
This place continues to grow and add more sites. Great place year round to walk and enjoy nature. Flat ground so easy to navigate for any age. Recently added outdoor kitchen looks like it would be available to reserve for party or gather. Peaceful place...MoreThanks for visiting. The kitchen has had many uses by Garden groups as well as outside organizations. Small meetings as well. Glad you enjoyed the Gardens.
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