Category - Family Fun

Looking for a fun place to stay in the Stevens Point Area? Find out what makes the region a great place to stay including the places you’ll only find here to peaceful waterfront spots (cabins and campgrounds) and everything in between! Learn more about lodging in the Stevens Point Area, as John Mecure and the Travel Wisconsin show on WTMJ Radio, uncovers where to stay in the Stevens Point Area with Melissa Sabel. 

Looking to expand upon 'Reduce, Reuse, Recycle'? Get the ideas you need from the World's Largest and longest running renewable energy event, the Renewable Energy & Sustainable Living Fair. Held each year on the third weekend in June, the event is fun for the whole family, featuring workshops, exhibits, demonstrations, and live entertainment.

Jump into these fun summer spots to find the perfect place to beat the heat.

1. Sunset Lake Park

On a hot summer day, Sunset Lake Park is the perfect spot for swimming in Portage County.

Looking for signs of spring, to help make this endless winter fade away?

Catch the early sounds of spring at the Schmeeckle Reserve. This 280-acre nature preserve on the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point campus is the perfect spring escape. With five miles of trails to explore, including picturesque boardwalks, it is the best spot to catch the early signs of spring. 

Thinking about a Winter Getaway in the Stevens Point Area? In this edition of the WTMJ Travel Wisconsin Show, John Mecure and Melissa Sabel talk about the best places for indoor and outdoor winter fun in the Stevens Point Area.

Spring is officially here in the Stevens Point Area, now that Belts' Soft Serve and King Cone are open. But, are you longing for days with a warm breeze and sunshine?

For more inspiration to start thinking spring, check out this Wisconsin River Communities segment from Discover Wisconsin.

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