Located in the heart of Marathon County, Wausau has a population of around 39,000 residents and is the largest city in Marathon County. Wausau came to fruition around 1850, whereas before the town was known as Big Bull Falls.
Wausau has tons of attractions and landmarks that make it a wonderful place to visit for the whole family. Take a trip down to the Wausau River District and experience the shops, the food, and the views. Within the heart of downtown is the Wausau Center Mall that has over 60 shops for visitors to explore. If architecture is up your alley, check out the Andrew Warren Historic District. Named after the owner of a sawmill in the 1800’s, this district features buildings done in a multitude of different styles for all different types of architecture fans. For those who love everything local, check out the farmer’s market located at 400 River Drive, Wausau. The market opens on Wednesday and Saturday at 7 AM and features a variety of locally grown and crafted products.
Throughout the summer, Wausau has a rich variety of events for residents and visitors to enjoy. If music is your thing check out the Concerts on the Square series each Wednesday from June 5 to August 21. When the holidays roll around, be sure to head downtown and see the annual holiday parade. More information about events in Wausau can be found here.
If being outdoors is your top priority, Wausau has you covered. The Wisconsin Woodchucks play out of the Athletic Park and provide a fun and exciting environment for patrons of all ages. There are also a great selection of campgrounds around the area that are all well maintained and give you a taste of the Northwoods while still being in the proximity of a bigger city. For the angler, there are tons of fishing spots in the area filled with fish. Lake Wausau has a wide selection of species including Northern Pike, Walleye, Muskie, and Panfish.
Whatever you’re looking for, Wausau has you covered. With all the accommodations of a large city, Wausau makes the perfect vacation. Plan your Northwoods getaway today!
Thank you for looking to First Weber and FirstWeber.com for your Wisconsin and Upper Michigan realty needs. First Weber Realtors is ready to help you buy a home for sale in Wisconsin or Upper Michigan. First Weber offers condominiums, homes for sale, vacant land, farms, duplex and multi family as well as Wisconsin and Upper Michigan Lake property and Wisconsin and Upper Michigan lakefront real estate. We also sell Commercial real estate in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. Read the First Weber blog for information on the Wisconsin and Upper Michigan real estate market and learn about our realty services at First Weber.com
First Weber covers Wisconsin and Upper Michigan with real estate offices in Southeastern Wisconsin, South Central Wisconsin, Central Wisconsin, Northwoods Wisconsin, Southwest Wisconsin, Northwest Wisconsin, Northeast Wisconsin, and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Main cities offering Metro Milwaukee real estate for sale in Southeastern WI include Milwaukee, Brown Deer, Shorewood, Brookfield, Mequon, Waukesha, Elm Grove, Menomonee Falls, West Bend, Racine, Wauwatosa, Pewaukee, Delafield. Main Cities offering Greater Madison real estate for sale in South Central WI include Madison, Fitchburg, Verona, Cottage Grove, Middleton, Baraboo, Wisconsin Dells, Sun Prairie. Cities offering Greater Wausau real estate for sale in Central WI are Stevens Point, Wausau, Marshfield. Cities offering Northwoods WI real estate for sale include Eagle River, Minocqua, Rhinelander, and Land O’ Lakes in the Michigan UP. Southwest WI includes real estate for sale in Platteville, Spring Green and Richland Center, Mineral Point. Cities offering real estate for sale in Northeast WI includes Appleton, Neenah, Oshkosh, Wautoma, Waupaca and Fond du Lac.
First Weber is Wisconsin and Upper Michigan real estate. Begin searching for Wisconsin or Upper Michigan property for sale and First Weber realty services at FirstWeber.com