Category - Outdoor Recreation

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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 where you can rent canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, and other things for outdoor fun in the Stevens Point Area? We've compiled all the details for where to find outdoor equipment to complete your trip.

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.  

Looking for a fun way to get outdoors and stay active? Hear about the best fishing spots to go with your friends and family this season from lakes to rivers and shoreline fishing to fly-fishing! Learn more as John Mercure and the Travel Wisconsin show on WTMJ Radio discuss all things fishing in the Stevens Point Area with Melissa Sabel.

Discover a summer packed with the best can't-miss events, breweries, trails, and more fun while visiting the Stevens Point Area. Check out the best things to do while in the Stevens Point Area with our 50+ can't miss list! 

Looking to spend the day on the Green Circle Trail in the Stevens Point Area? Learn where to start off your day from breakfast and dinner to ice cream and drinks in our guide to Tasty Spots Along the Green Circle Trail. Find delicious hot spots along the 27-mile scenic hiking and biking trail worth a stop while spending your day whether you're heading out on one segment -- or all of the trails. 

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 an adventure? Check out Paddlequest, a paddling-based adventure with games and scavenger hunts that provide new challenges around every corner. Geared to all skill levels and ages, the event offers two days of fun in August, where canoeing meets Comic-Con (with a side of conservation). Some call it pirate LARPing while others call it an eco-adventure. This event is in its 19th year, and it's even been featured in Rolling Stone magazine! Here's everything you need to know to play like a pro. 

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