Love when the leaves start changing, crisp fall air returns and pumpkin spice is back in style? We do too! We've compiled all of the seasonal favorites for fall things to do in the Stevens Point Area, from the best spots for fall color, and where to find family fun! Read on to help craft your perfect Stevens Point Area fall bucket list.
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Looking for the best hidden beach for summer fun? In the Stevens Point Area you'll find one of the best spots, hidden in plain view, on the sandbars of the Wisconsin River. Learn more about where to find it and where to go afterward for the perfect summer day!
Santa Claus is coming to town!
The Christmas elves have been hard at work making all the toys for the boys and girls on the nice list this year! But one of Santa’s elves let it slip that Santa will be visiting the Stevens Point Area frequently this month for some hiking on the Green Circle Trail!
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!
Love live music and a picturesque setting? Don't miss central Wisconsin's largest Jazz Festival as it returns to the Stevens Point Area this Labor Day weekend! Before you head out to the Riverfront Jazz Festival, here are the five things you need to know, from the event history, what to eat and when to go.
Looking for a fun family-friendly festival, complete with great food, free live music, and capped off with fireworks? If so, this is one event you do not want to miss. The annual Riverfront Rendezvous is held at Pfiffner Pioneer Park and will be taking place from July 4-July 6, 2019.
Here are the top six things you need to know before heading out to enjoy the summertime fun!
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.
Wanting to make some lasting memories with your father or daughter? July 7th is your day! Many