Conveniently located in the center of the state, the Stevens Point area is a recreational playground in the heart of central Wisconsin. Whether you’re on the water or on land, from paddling the backwaters and sloughs or exploring 27-miles of the Green Circle Trail, adventure is calling your name.
The fun continues by visiting local breweries, walking through local farmers markets and eating in distinct restaurants. Get to know the local arts & culture scene, inspired by the natural beauty of the area. Explore and purchase art from the blossoming artist community in numerous galleries. There are so many things to do, including events in the Stevens Point Area!
The Stevens Point Area is home to:
The world’s largest trivia contest, hosted each April by the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, WWSP-90FM calls the region home. Hundreds of teams compete in the 54-hour event that has been featured on Jeopardy.
World’s largest and longest running renewable energy event, the Renewable Energy & Sustainable Living Fair is hosted in Custer, is held each year on the third weekend in June in the Stevens Point Area.
The region has lots of ties to conservation legacy, from the giant iconic ‘Sand County Bench’ on display in the Stevens Point Sculpture Park to the nation’s first conservation education major created in 1946 and formed into the College of Natural Resources in 1970 at the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point.
The first ever refrigerated salad bar, which debuted at the Sky Club in the 1950’s. The iconic supper club is still in operation today in Plover.