Explore local flavor and local makers in this post about sweet sips in the Stevens Point Area. Read on to learn more about one of the region's local businesses, Siren Shrub.
Looking to spend your Saturday afternoon taking in the aromas and vibrant colors of fresh produce and blossoms? Join Layne Cozzolino, co-owner of Siren Shrub, as she discusses eating and buying fresh, home-grown food at the Stevens Point Farmers Market.
If you enjoy uncovering history, and even bringing a bit of it home, the Stevens Point Area is a great place to explore. Read on to find a bit of history mixed with attractions, shopping and antique finds in the Stevens Point Area.
Looking for the perfect spot to play disc golf in the Stevens Point Area where you can show off your skills, incorporate strategy, compete with friends and be in nature? From Standing Rocks County Park to McDill Pond, read more about the disc golf courses in the region. Then, grab your discs and head out!
Looking for a great place for unique and satisfying wine? Sunset Point Winery is the obvious destination, but with their vast selection; including traditional varietals, fruit blends, and dessert wines, choosing between them can be tricky! We've narrowed down your search to three to try. As you're sampling, cozy into a hammock and enjoy the second story view of downtown Stevens Point and the Wisconsin River.
Life can be expensive, but having fun in the Stevens Point Area doesn’t have to deflate your wallet. Whether you are looking to spend time outdoors, grab a tasty treat, or unwind with some live entertainment, there are plenty of affordable and fun things for you and your family and friends to enjoy. Check out these inexpensive activities worth checking out for $10 or less in the Stevens Point Area!
Looking for a fun family-friendly festival, complete with great food, free live music, and capped off with fireworks? If so, this is one event you do not want to miss. The annual Riverfront Rendezvous is held at Pfiffner Pioneer Park and will be taking place from July 4-July 6, 2019.
Here are the top six things you need to know before heading out to enjoy the summertime fun!