Agritourism plays a huge role in what makes Wisconsin a unique (and delicious!) destination. Throughout the Stevens Point Area, you'll find places where you can taste, learn, and see for yourself why this industry is noteworthy in central Wisconsin. From farm-to-table, brunch on the farm, and behind-the-scenes tours - you'll want to plan a visit to explore these tasty spots for yourself!
Adelante Farm Market Kitchen
Get your farm-to-table fix at Adelante, a local food marketplace that is a part coffee roastery and part community gathering space through Liberation Farmers. Adelante offers up special events, including wood-fired pizza on Friday nights from 4-7 pm, and Taco Tuesdays featuring tacos, tamales, and pozole. Make sure to check out their Facebook Page for updates regarding their special events.
Lonely Oaks Farm
For more local finds, head straight to the source for brunch on the farm at Lonely Oak Farms. The farm offers brunch every Sunday, from Mother’s Day through Halloween. The best part? After brunch, head out and explore the expansive 33,000 acres at the state’s largest Wildlife Area – the George W. Mead – which neighbors Lonely Oak Farms.
Feltz Family Farm & Dairy Store
See a state-of-the-art robotic dairy operation in action, at Feltz Family Farms & Dairy Store. Get behind the scenes with a tour, or through their large viewing window in-store. Have kids with you? Don’t miss the cow-themed merry-go-round inside, life-size milking cow, and small petting zoo. In the fall, they host two corn mazes (3-acre or 12-acre) and of course, no stop is complete without fresh curds (made from their cow’s milk) and a scoop of Feltz Cow Pie ice cream.
Want more local flavor?
- Check out the longest-running farmers market in Wisconsin, in Downtown Stevens Point, explore the power to connect with local growers through the Central Rivers Farmshed and Whitefeather Organics, or browse local goods all year-round at the Stevens Point Area Co-op and the Market on Strongs.
- Pick your own grapes during the harvest at Rock Ridge Vineyard in Amherst.
- Wander through acres of marvelous sunflower fields at Sopa Fairview Farm, and don't forget to take photos! Peak blooms usually occur at the end of July and the beginning of August.
- Take some local flavor home, from Tapped Maple Syrup to Siren Shrub, at Agora Local Makers Market – or pick up some delicious goods to-go from Earthcrust Bakery and Main Grain Bakery.