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Life can be expensive, but having fun in the Stevens Point Area doesn’t have to deflate your wallet.  Whether you are looking to spend time outdoors, grab a tasty treat, or unwind with some live entertainment, there are plenty of affordable and fun things for you and your family and friends to enjoy. Check out these inexpensive activities worth checking out for $10 or less in the Stevens Point Area!

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! 

Have the ultimate sweet tooth? Learn more about how to get your sweets fix in the Stevens Point Area, with our insiders guide to the best spots. Dive into tasty spots from ice cream and coffee to baked goods and bites to eat in this blog. Then, plan your visit to try each for yourself!   

Ice cream, cheese curds, and dairy breakfasts- oh, my! Visit the Stevens Point Area during June Dairy Month for all things dairy. Before you come, read this guide to have the most #undeniablydairy-licious trip possible.

Beat cabin fever and get out with your girlfriends - you deserve it! Read ahead to discover how to plan a night of dinner, drinks, and live music in the Stevens Point Area, all while supporting local shops in style. 

Looking for fun? There are so many events in the Stevens Point Area worth checking out – from the tried and true fairs and festivals with a side of live music – to the fun and quirky events you can only find here. Learn more about finding fun annual events in the Stevens Point Area, as John Mecure and the Travel Wisconsin show on WTMJ Radio, uncovers where to find fun events in the Stevens Point Area with Melissa Sabel. 

Spring is officially here in the Stevens Point Area, now that Belts' Soft Serve and King Cone are open. But, are you longing for days with a warm breeze and sunshine?

For more inspiration to start thinking spring, check out this Wisconsin River Communities segment from Discover Wisconsin.

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