200 South Pine Ridge Avenue
Merrill, WI 54452
Phone: (715) 536-9526
Fax: (715) 536-4520
Open April through October, this library is listed on the National Historic Register and features three children's story times on Wednesdays.
There is something for everyone in the whole family to enjoy at Council Grounds State Park with camping, a swimming beach, fishing, boating, nature trails, and physical fitness trail.
Pick your own produce on this strawberry farm.
Brockmeyer Park is a park that is frequented by the local community for recreational sports. It has three soccer fields within its compound and play equipment is also available. Apart from that, during the winter season, an outdoor skating rink is also available at this park. The park has two parking lots as well.
The Marathon County Fairgrounds are listed in the country's register of historic places. The place hosts the Wisconian Valley Fair every year. Apart from that, it consists of a train for kids and also a carousel that children can hop on. It also includes campgrounds for the locals.
Situated near the Downtown Wausau, Isle of Ferns Park is an ideal place to take a day off and come for an outing. You can indulge in a quiet picnic lunch amidst the trees and the serenity of the park or you can go boating. Explore the art of fishing or head to the tennis court for a practice session; the park gives you a plethora of recreational activities to immerse yourself into. There is also a kid's play area and a skateboard park here.
Lie on the grass at Sunnyvale County Park and spend a beautiful evening doing nothing but reconnecting with nature at its best. This park is a well-maintained and scenic expanse where you can come for a picnic lunch on a pleasant afternoon with your family or hike along the trails here. There are a few playgrounds within the park where you can find tonnes of locals enjoying their game. The park is an ideal spot for any kind of recreational activity or for family outings.
Situated near Lake Wausau, this park is a picturesque sight in itself. Drop by for a pleasant time strolling around the park area or indulge in boating here. You can come for a picnic lunch with your family here on a beautiful afternoon. During summer, this place witnesses water ski shows, which should not be missed! Bird watching can also be done here.
A museum of local Tomahawk history, housed a 19th century school house.
The main branch is open Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., until 5:00 p.m. on Friday and 4:00 p.m. Saturday.