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Snowshoeing in the Stevens Point Area

Snowshoeing in the Stevens Point Area is a top winter sport. Check out all the top spots along with resources for a perfect day exploring the scenic beauty of Central Wisconsin.

Not sure where to start?

  • Explore the largest wildlife area in Wisconsin at the George W. Mead Wildlife Area where they have up to 80 miles of snowshoeing trails in the winter.
  • View variety along the Ice Age Trail with the three different segments that showcase the incredible glacier-made landscapes.
  • Meander on the two 1 mile or 2 mile marked snowshoe trails at Standing Rocks County Park while enjoying the picturesque hill views formed from glacial remnants
  • Go off the beaten path and visit any one of the 11 state natural areas in the Stevens Point Area. 

​Looking for snowshoeing rentals? Places such as the Schmeeckle Reserve Visitors Center, Adventure Outfitters, Standing Rocks County Park, and Northward Adventures all have rentals available.


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