Find family fun in the Stevens Point Area, with suggestions for indoor and outdoor adventures all-year long, including museums, attractions, trails, parks and more.
For the whole family
Head to the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point campus. Explore the natural world at the Museum of Natural History and find out more about the galaxies we call home at the Allen F. Blocher Planetarium and the Arthur J. Pejsa Observatory. Then, learn more about the Wisconsin’s conservation legacy at the Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame (at the Schmeeckle Reserve). The Schmeeckle Reserve offers free hands-on nature and history programs, geared to a wide audience, from September to May. The programs, which feature informative talks, guided rides and hikes, are run by University of Wisconsin Stevens Point College of Natural Resources students. Regardless of the weather, don't miss the chance to play 18 holes of mini-golf at Putt-N-Play.
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Check out the itineraries to spark some inspiration for your next visit to the Stevens Point Area.
Pointer Pride in the Stevens Point Area
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Outdoor Fun in the Stevens Point Area
Hit the trail
Hit the 27-mile Green Circle Trail as it follows the Wisconsin River and loops through the region. The trail connects to more trails to explore, including the 280-acre Schmeeckle Reserve, the Stevens Point Sculpture Park and the Tomorrow River State Trail.
The Reel Deal
Fish the diverse rivers of the Wisconsin River, including the 6,830-acre Lake DuBay, a hotbed for walleyes, northern pike, muskies and bass.
Find Summer Fun
Find plenty of places for summertime fun in the Stevens Point Area, from hiking, biking, paddling and more.