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Each Spring, there is an event that seeks to challenge the minds and endurance of all who dare to play in the Stevens Point Area. Hosted by 90fm, UWSP's student-run radio station, Trivia is a 54-hour straight contest that keeps players searching for answers. Think you have what it takes? Read ahead for tips on how to survive and thrive at this one-of-a-kind event! 

Looking for kid-sized fun this winter in the Stevens Point Area? Use our Kids Guide to Winter Fun to find cool things to do from indoor activities at Putt-n-Play or the Central Wisconsin Children's Museum to outdoor fun at Iverson Park or Schmeeckle Reserve. 

Looking for a road trip, mixed with the autumn hues? Fall is the best time to hit the road in the Stevens Point Area. Hop in the car, gather your family, and use these routes to guide you along the northern, eastern, and southern edges of Portage County for the best fall color the area has to offer. 

As fall returns to the Stevens Point Area, with cooler temps and color-changing tree-scapes it means that fall festival fun is right around the corner! The weekend of September 15 and 16 is jam-packed with five events unique to the area. Not sure where to start? This guide hits the highlights about what each event features, to help plan the ultimate fall weekend in the Stevens Point Area!

Having fun in the Stevens Point Area doesn't need to break the bank! Whether you're looking for a bite to eat, afternoon activity or nighttime entertainment, there is plenty to do around here that's both enjoyable and affordable. Check out this list of wallet-friendly activities and insider tips that are sure to keep you busy! 

With the longer days and warmer nights, summer is the perfect time to get outdoors to see some of the breathtaking sunsets across the skies. The Stevens Point Area is lucky to have beautiful shorelines to capture the views and frame the sky, like the Wisconsin River running right through its heart, along with various other locations to snap your best "sunset selfie". Be sure to bring a camera with you to these spots, but remember to look up from the screen to take in the sky's full, raw beauty, too!

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