interesting facts about Stevens Point
Stevens Point is known as the "Gateway to the Pineries".
Population of the City of Stevens Point: 24,698
The warmest month is July, with an average low of 59 and an average high of 82. The coldest month is
January with an average low of 4 and an average high of 23.
Average Precipitation: 31.96" Average
The Schmeekle Reserve, located just north of the University of
Wisconsin-Stevens Point, has 220 acres, including a lake, 5 miles of nature
trails, a visitor center, and the Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame, and
it's all open to the public at no charge.
SentryWorld Sports Center includes an 18-hole, 6,900 yd professional golf
course and its Sports Center includes year-round tennis, racquetball and
The George Mead Wildlife Area offers 23,800 acres of managed wildlife land.
It is open year-round to fisherman, hunters, berry pickers, hikers, and
The Wisconsin River flows through downtown
Stevens Point and is known as the "hardest working river" in America
because of the number of dams generating power along its path.
- Every 4th of July in Stevens Point there's a big
celebration called Riverfront Rendezvous where the whole town gathers by the
River and old and new friends meet.
When you live in Central Wisconsin, all your relatives and
friends will visit you in summer. Even casual acquaintances you haven't seen in
15 years will show up.
- Enjoy the outdoors in Stevens Point - the area has lots to
offer in all four of its seasons.
- The Central Wisconsin Airport is located 15 miles north of Stevens Point,
offering full service passenger service. Currently, 26 airline and 13 air
freight flights take off from the airport each day.
People who don't live in Stevens Point think that everyone who does is an expert
fisherman. Humor them.
Take all weather forecasts with a grain of salt.
- Visit the Riverfront Arts Center, the Downtown Antique Mall,
and the Pfiffner Park river-side Band Shell.
- Ride or walk the Green Circle Trail. It's 22 miles long and
meanders along the Wisconsin and Plover Rivers and encircles Stevens Point and
- For winter. Dress warm and ride snowmobiles or skis. Our roads are meticulously maintained, but you may want to buy an
SUV for safe fun on ice and snow. We're only 35 minutes from the Rib Mountain
- Plover is known as the "Heart of Wisconsin" because
of its location and because it has "love" in the middle of it.
FLOWER - Wood violet
BIRD - Robin
ANIMAL - Badger
TREE - Sugar Maple
REALTOR - Mike
Burns, Coldwell Banker
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Mike Burns, CRS,
The Real Estate Group, Inc
5725 Windy Dr Suite E
Stevens Point, WI 54482
Direct: 715 295-5008
Cell: 715 498-1248
Fax: 715 295-5006