Recreation & Culture

The City of Medford invites you to use our park systems, Medford’s City Park is a vibrant source of recreation for everything from casual strolls to sports and picnics. The 100-acre park is home to the city’s sports facilities, swimming pool, skate park, trails, and even an RV camping area. The three City Park shelters are available for rent for family and community activities from May through September 30th.

The Pine Line Trail is a 26 mile bike and walking path that provides a safe and enjoyable way to exercise with trail head and parking on the north side of Medford.

Approximately 10 miles northwest of Medford is the Chequamegon - Nicolet National Forest that features the Ice Age Trail and other natural areas that can be enjoyed.

Medford currently has two Farmer Markets held during the summer months with vendors selling artisanal crafts, and locally grown fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs, maple syrup, honey, bakery items, meat, eggs, plants and more. The weekday market is Tuesday afternoons on S Whelen Avenue in downtown Medford and the weekend market is Saturday morning on the northeast corner of State Hwy 64 and State Hwy 13 intersection. 

Our main goal is to provide recreational and cultural activities that are accessible, safe and affordable for all to use.

Please be safe and courteous of others while enjoying the City’s park and recreational system.