The leaves are turning and before long, fall color will peak in the Stevens Point Area. The colors in the Stevens Point Area are spectacular, providing a beautiful setting for outdoor fun and adventure. The season passes quickly - here are some ways to experience the best of autumn in Stevens Point.

Fall biking


The Stevens Point area offers some of the state’s best fall biking. The Tomorrow River State Trail provides 24 beautiful miles of biking from Manawa to Plover. Another gorgeous fall route is the 26-mile Green Circe Trail, a 26-mile trail that circles the Stevens Point Area, passing the Wisconsin, Plover River, and other creeks and streams. It’s a great ride for bikers of all ages.

Fall trails

There’s nothing like experiencing fall’s beauty on two feet. Standing Rocks County Park in eastern Portage County offers 13 miles of trails to explore. Northwest of Stevens Point the George Mead Wildlife Area offers more than 33,000 acres to explore. Migratory birds are on the move so it’s a great time to go birdwatching in these tranquil natural areas.

Fall fishing

Cast a line as you enjoy the reflection of fall colors in a Stevens Point Area fishing spot. The fish are biting and there’s a lot of water to explore. You don’t need a boat – popular shore fishing spots include Lake Emily, Jordan Pond, Sunset Lake, the Tomorrow River, and Lake DuBay.

Fall drives

Explore the beautiful quiet country roads that wind through woods and tranquil farmland of Central Wisconsin – the driving options are endless. Visit the charming communities of Plover and Amherst. Take a scenic trip to Junction City, Almond, Rosholt, Park Ridge, Whiting, or Amherst Junction. Whichever road you take, the drive will be unforgettable.