Things To Do In Stevens Point

Michael McDonald & Toto at Crystal Grand Music Theatre on Saturday, August 30, at 8 p.m. (Up to 52% Off)

Crystal Grand Music Theatre

Crystal Grand Music Theatre

$72.37 $35


Multi-Grammy-winning Steely Dan and Doobie Brothers member shares the stage with fellow Grammy-winning pop-rock group of "Africa" fame

$26 for a 9-Hole Round of Golf for Two with Cart Rental at Bridgewood Golf Course (Up to $52 Value)

Bridgewood Golf Course


$52 $26

Small, fast, elevated greens combine with water hazards and dense tree lines to challenge golfers as they traverse 2,934-yard course

One-, Three-, or Seven-Night Campsite Rental at Lynn Ann's Campground (Up to 64% Off)

Lynn Ann's Campground

St. Germain

$32 $12

Set up camp along the shores of Big St. Germain Lake for a day of kayaking, bike riding, or eagle watching

Pontoon Boat Rental or Cruise from Minocqua Pontoon Cruises (Up to 52% Off)

Minocqua Pontoon Cruises


$225 $109

Nature cruises and rentals, which include life jackets, coolers, and a map of the area, explore five forested lakes

Half-Day Single-Kayak, Double-Kayak, Canoe, or Standup-Paddleboard Rental at Dells Watersports (Up to 37% Off)

Dells Watersports

Multiple Locations

$26 $17


Paddlers glide through Lake Delton, Dell Creek, or Mirror Lake State Park, passing sandstone bluffs and towering white pines

One or Two Months of Karate with a Uniform or Krav Maga with a T-Shirt at Karate America Neenah (Up to 73% Off)

Karate America Neenah


$120 $35

Martial-arts classes build confidence, fitness, and self-defense skills

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Rain, shine, or 6 inches of snow?groups can head to Big Dog Adventure Park's sprawling outdoor fields for high-octane games of paintball and laser tag. Spread across 100 acres, the fields cover varied terrain, incorporating both wide-open land and areas dotted with trees, bunkers, and foxholes that are ideal for furtive maneuvering. Players get onto the fields in games of classic Capture the Flag?or funkier face-offs such as Steal the Bacon?after renting their gear onsite.

W6505 State Hwy. 21

The Madison Pub Crawl aims to bring a beloved European tradition stateside. Each strategically planned outing takes participants on a walking tour of five local bars and clubs, spending an hour at each stop. Guests sip five complimentary drinks and take advantage of exclusive specials at venues such as Kollege Klub, State Street Brats, Johnny's, Wando's, and Whiskey Jack's. A free shuttle ferries partiers to the final stop, where VIP access allows them to skip the line and immediately begin enjoying the true club experience: engaging in quiet conversation.

414 Broadway
Wisconsin Dells,

The nine-hole course at Weymont Run Country Club leads players on a rambling chase through treacherous dogleg turns and narrow fairways. Built in 1971, the track extends for 3,124 yards over 84 bucolic acres, nuzzling up against dense forest on four holes and forcing players to remain wary of water hazards on two. The club also allows ample room for practice at its driving range, a perfect solution for those needing a pre-round warm-up or a testing site for a homemade catapult.

Course at a Glance: * Nine-hole, par 36 course * Total length of 3,124 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 35.3 from the back tees * Course slope of 124 from the back tees

N1061 County Rd

The laughter of children echoes through the dense pine forest and across the sandy beach before breaking on the lake's water like a crystal vase smashed with an inflatable hammer. Each week, new groups of kids explore Camp Lakotah's 126 acres alongside Little Hills Lake, engaging in more than 30 activities within its state-licensed and American Camp Association–accredited facilities. Campers engage in aquatic play, land-based sports, and arts-and-crafts sessions, honing both their physical fitness and creative sensibilities.

Staffers cater to each camper's needs throughout the week, guiding each individual toward activities focused on his or her personal goals and interests. The camp can serve vegetarian and diet-restriction-conscious food, and counselors can sing all campfire songs in the styles of both Bruce Springsteen and Andrea Bocelli.

N1875 21st Ave.

Surrounded by tall trees, the lush grasses and groomed arenas of Great Northern Riding Club look like a paradise conjured up from the imagination of Black Beauty himself. Kimberly Jo Simac, the head trainer there, has more than 25 years of equine experience under the belt of her breeches, and puts it to use during interactions with both horses and students. Each summer, trainers welcome girls for overnight camps and kids ages 7 and older for daytime lessons that culminate in a refreshing swim.

3860 Kula Vista Dr
Eagle River,

Sky-blue walls and sand-colored carpets greet each family at Kids Unleashed, where slides, hula hoops, and playhouses invite young ones to explore as they hone their gross motor skills. The make-believe beach beckons stocking-dressed feet to roam its shores, where children ride rocking horses and parents surf free WiFi instead of the carpet in a nearby lounge filled with coffee, conversation, and clear views of the kids’ activities. Story time piques young children’s interest in reading, and ping-pong tables help older kids to develop enough hand-eye coordination to read a book while performing a cartwheel. Parents may depart during most of the center’s classes and camps, as the creation of art projects stimulates inventiveness in each child, and cupcake-baking demonstrates that cakes have children too. After class or playtime, the café teems with homemade, health-conscious snacks.

976 American Drive