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    Outdoor Recreation Buff

    Walk, bike, paddle, do it all! Your always-on-the-go personality means you're constantly seeking new adventures. Your exploratory nature and active lifestyle go hand in hand. You book a hotel or choose a restaurant solely based on which locations are accessible by recreation trails.

    Day One

    • Grab your gear to fish 6,380-acres of Lake DuBay, a hotbed for northern pike, walleye, bass and panfish.
    • If fishing isn’t your style, the Stevens Point Area boasts miles of waterways for pontooning, waterskiing, tubing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, sail boating and canoeing.
    • For an all-encompassing stop, explore Standing Rocks County Park which features a dog exercise area, field archery course, trails for hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing and downhill skiing.
    • Pedal, hike or snowmobile 24-miles of the Tomorrow River State Trail. For a more reflective outing, pay tribute at the Korean War Memorial of Wisconsin before unwinding at Lake Pacawa Park.

    Day Two

    Day Three


    • When conditions exist, break out snowshoes to trek the Ice Age Trail (Emmons-Hartman Creek segment).
    • For more seasonal fun, head to Iverson Park for ice skating, tobogganing, cross-country skiing or sledding. Iverson also features baseball diamonds, nature trails, picnic areas and a beach in warmer conditions.
    • Test out local disc golf courses including Standing Rocks County Park, Mead ParkYulga and McDill Pond.
    • Go horseback riding in the warmer months or experience a ride through the quiet winter woods by horse-drawn sleigh at Wild West Campground & Corral.
    • Splash around and dive in to Copps Municipal Pool and test out the waterslide too.
    Stevens Point Area Spotlight