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!
Stevens Point Brewery
When: Hours change depending on the season. For current hours click here.
Discover the Stevens Point Brewery's history and beer-making process, while exploring their manufacturing facilities. At the end of the tour, each guest receives a free gift and choice of three samples. If you're up for a few more drinks, visit another one of the Craft Collective partners.
TIP: Walk in's cannot always be accommodated, so call ahead to make a reservation. Close-toed shoes are required.
Cost: All 2D movies, $5.
Catch that new release you've been dying to see on Tuesdays for only $5 at Rogers Cinema. To see showtimes, click here.
TIP: Tuesdays only, purchase $2 small popcorns and $2 small sodas.
When: Monday through Saturday, April through October.
Cost: $5 goes a long way at the Farmers Market!
Located in downtown Stevens Point, the Farmers Market is on the corner of Second and Main Street (known as The Square). The Stevens Point Farmers Market is the longest running farmers market in the state of Wisconsin. You will find vendors there daily, with Saturdays being the biggest market day of the week.
TIP: Try and get to the market as early in the day as possible because vendors typically sell out.
Putt N Play
Test out your mini golf skills for only $5 on Thursdays at Putt N Play. The indoor mini golf course includes glow in the dark holes, arcade games, snacks and more! Their newest addition is an outdoor laser tag arena. If you're there on Friday, be sure to try their fish fry.
TIP: Enjoy a funnel cake between mini golf games for $4.
Central Wisconsin Children's Museum
When: The Museum is open Tuesday-Sunday. Click here for the daily hours.
The Central Wisconsin Children's Museum is fun for the entire family, but geared towards kids ten and under. Older kids love the art room, while the younger kids take advantage of all the free play areas. With over ten exhibits, there is plenty of room to learn, explore, and grow.
TIP: When you're finished at the Children's Museum, head down the street to Polito's Pizza and grab a slice of pizza.