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Marshfield, Missouri


Marshfield, Missouri....

Located in the Heart of the Ozarks, 17 miles east of Springfield. Marshfield, Missouri is a rapidly growing community that has preserved its traditional values but planned aggressively for a progressive future. The face and facets of Marshfield and Webster County are constantly changing. From its prehistory, when Native Americans pursued their livelihood along the James River, to its historic beginnings in 1855, we want to remind you of a rugged heritage—surviving still, in the Ozarks, Webster County and Marshfield.

With a population of almost 5,000, Marshfield has experienced steady growth over the past decade, as evidenced by a plenitude of new homes, businesses and industries.

 

Marshfield, Missouri
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Marshfield, Missouri

Marshfield, Missouri....

Many opportunities for recreation are available in and around Marshfield. The City boasts eight public parks consisting of more than 66 acres, which offer a community swimming pool, horseshoe pits, playground equipment, tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, and softball and baseball fields. Marshfield has an 18 hole golf course. Hunting and fishing are also common outdoor activities. The Niangua, Finley, James, Osage Fork and Pomme de Terre rivers all originate in Webster County.

Marshfield, the county seat of Webster County, is located in southwest Missouri, where State Highway 38 crosses Interstate 44. It is situated in the center of the county, a metropolitan classified county that has ranked for many decades as a leader in Missouri in numbers of dairy cattle.

Marshfield has the highest elevation of any town on Interstate 44 east of the Rocky Mountains. Although it gets hot in the summer and cold in the winter, the average temperature is quite pleasant. Usually, lengthy periods of extreme cold or excessive heat are rare.

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