Stevens Point Area

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Stevens Point Area

Situated at the center of the Badger State, the Stevens Point area is one of Wisconsin’s most convenient getaway destinations. Breweries, art galleries, trails, environmental history and one-of-a-kind attractions are among the surprises that make Stevens Point a delightful place to explore.

You’ll find so much to do in Stevens Point. Visit studios, galleries and museums featuring art by local artists. Take a brewery tour at Central Waters Brewing Company, O’so Brewing Company or the famous Stevens Point Brewery. Visit the Korean War Memorial of Wisconsin or stroll historic Main Street. Interact with the natural world at the Museum of Natural History at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Visit the Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame and learn about the most important men and women in the field.

The community’s commitment to protecting the environment shows through, particularly in its trails. The 30.5-mile Green Circle Trail links many of Stevens Point’s natural areas and follows the Wisconsin and Plover rivers. Bicyclists and hikers can also follow the Tomorrow River State Trail and the trails at Standing Rocks County Park.

Start planning your trip to Stevens Point.

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boating

Wisconsin’s Best Boating Lakes

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

  Summer is here and it’s time to go boating. If you’re dreaming of a lazy afternoon, a cool blue lake and lots of room to roam, you’ll find it in Wisconsin. Some of the best boating lakes in the Midwest are located here. These are five of the very best. Lake Winnebago This 138,000-acre…

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Five Musky Lakes to Try this Season

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

  North of Highway 10, the musky fishing season opens on May 24. This northern Wisconsin musky zone offers some of the best musky lakes on the planet. Anglers can choose from thousands of musky lakes, ranging from a few hundred acres to more than ten thousand. Where’s an angler to begin? Here are five…

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Fish Fry

Fantastic Fish Fry Spots: Three of Wisconsin’s Best

Monday, October 14th, 2013

The Friday night fish fry is king in Wisconsin. Throughout the Badger State, you’ll find a variety of different takes on this standard. Here are three of the state’s very best. Classic Tavern – The Village Green in Middleton This family-owned bar presents a fish fry with fries, hush puppies and perfectly-prepared beer-battered fish. Nothing…

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Biking in the fall

Mountain Biking in Late Fall: Two Trails to Try

Monday, October 14th, 2013

Late fall might just be the best time of the year to be out on the trail: the trails are dry and the crisp cold air makes for comfortable riding. Plus, on most Wisconsin trails, you’ll find very little traffic in the fall. It’s a great time to be biking. There are a few things…

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Fall fishing

The Season of Giants – Late-season Musky Fishing

Monday, October 14th, 2013

There’s a fish for every season. Shortly after the ice leaves Wisconsin’s lakes, crappie begin their feeding frenzy. On many river systems, the spring walleye run can be action-packed. Late spring brings great fishing for bluegill on lakes all over the state. As the water begins to warm in early summer, the bass fishing in…

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