AREA & THINGS TO DO

 

Stevens Point is centrally located in the heart of Wisconsin and was the hometown of Bride for over 18 years. To help you get a true Wisconsin experience and make your weekend even more enjoyable, we would like to recommend the following things to do while you are in the area. 

 

RESTAURANTS

 

Hill Top
4901 Main Street, Stevens Point
715.341.3037
A definite MUST when in Stevens Point.  Friday night fish fry is a local tradition and make sure to try out the cheese curds and a Point Beer or Root Beer

 

Belt’s
2140 Division Street, Stevens Point
A Stevens Point favorite and home to one of the largest cones. Highly recommend the “Homemade Brownie Flurry.” 

 

The Wooden Chair

1059 Main Street, Stevens Point
715.341.1133
Open daily from 7-2.  A breakfast and lunch favorite.

 

Rusty’s Backwater Saloon
1715 West River Dr.
715-341-2490
Home to the BEST Bloody Mary! Highly suggest taking a ride out to enjoy this down-home bar/restaurant located on the river.  A true Wisconsin experience.

 

Silver Coach
Highway 10 East, Stevens Point
715.341.6588
A local fine-dining favorite – dine in a  refurbished 1903 railroad car. Reservations suggested.

 

Rudy's Redeye Grill - located in the Holiday Inn Complex
715-344-9808
New to Stevens Point and conveniently located in the Holiday Inn convention center.

 

 

 

NIGHTLIFE

 

“The Square” - Downtown Stevens Point
The Square made the Guinness Book of World Records in 1998 for the most bars in one square block – 26 to be exact.  Check out any of the local bars and make sure to have yourself a cold “Point.”

 

Grafitti’s Sports Pub & Eatery
912 Main Street
715. 344.4450
Graffiti's has 24 video screens – if you need to catch a game while you are in town – this is the place to go.

 

“Guu’s on Main” - Main Street Stevens Point
1140 Main Street
(715) 344-3200
This laid back tavern & grill is has more than 26 beers on tap not to mention one of the best jukeboxes in town. 

 

 

RECREATION

 

Golf - Wisconsin River Country Club
705 West River Drive, Stevens Point
715-344-9152
Set along the Wisconsin River, this scenic 18-hole golf course plays anywhere from 4924 to 6584 yards. Pro Shop, Driving Range, Bar & Grill, Lessons.

Golf - Sentry World Golf Course
601 N. Michigan Avenue, Stevens Point
715-345-1600
Ranked as one of Wisconsin’s top 5 public golf courses. Pro shop, driving range, practice green, lessons, restaurant and bar. Reservations suggested.

Schmeeckle Reserve
Natural area on the campus of UWSP with 5 miles of trails and boardwalks for jogging, walking, and biking. Fish, canoe, or watch wildlife on the pristine Lake Joanis. The visitor center is open 8am to 5pm seven days a week. It houses the Browse Shop, with a wide selection of nature inspired gifts, the Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame, and is the headquarters of the Green Circle Trail.

 

Disc Golf

 

Biking & Hiking - Standing Rocks
715-346-1433
Approximately 10 miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking, 18-hole disc golf course, cross-country skiing/dog exercise trail, downhill skiing and a 26 field target archery course. A trail pass is required for mountain bikers and cross-country skiers. Passes can be purchased at the trail head.

Biking & Hiking - Green Circle Trail
715-346-1433
Attraction Award Recipient - 30.5-mile trail linking scenic natural areas that follows along the Wisconsin and Plover Rivers, accommodates recreationalists of all types in all seasons.

 

 

ATTRACTIONS

 

Stevens Point Brewery Tour
Since 1857, the Stevens Point Brewery has been brewing quality beer made with nature's finest ingredients - Don’t miss an opportunity to tour one of the oldest breweries in the country.   Tours include a tasting of the newest beers on tap and their award-winning brews.

Tours June-Aug.: Mon.-Sat. 11am-2pm hourly. Gift shop open Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm and Sat. 10am-3:30pm year round. Reservations Suggested.  1-800-369-4911.

 

Main Street Historical District - Downtown Stevens Point
Member of the National Register of Historic Places. More than 60 buildings of different architectural styles within walking distance. Additional historic buildings throughout the city and landmarks/prominent places.