Welcome to Central Wisconsin!
In the heart of Wisconsin, you’ll find the vibrant communities of Marshfield, the Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids Areas. Here you’ll find lots of fun things to see and do, from biking and hiking to one-of-a-kind attractions and delicious local flavor. Explore the site to learn more, and start planning your visit to central Wisconsin!
Want to learn about the things that make Central Wisconsin special? Foodies can take group or individual tours to experience delicious cheeses, tart cranberries, and hearty spuds. Or take a walk on the wild side for amazing outdoor art tours.
No vacation is complete without the memory of great foods, friends, and flavors! Central Wisconsin showcases every variety of meal you could ask for, ranging from some of the best traditional supper clubs, to international cuisine, to modern farm to table fare, and beyond.
Ready to get outside and get going? Central Wisconsin has an abundance of outdoor recreation options, with natural wildlife areas, refreshing lakes, multi-use county parks, family-friendly camping, relaxing biking paths, hiking trails, and outdoor fun to discover.
Snow Fall in Central Wisconsin
Hit the trail, or the road, as you explore the wintry fun along Central Wisconsin routes for all your winter adventures! Whether you enjoy tubing, fat tire biking, ice skating, snowshoeing, ATV, snowmobiling our just an old fashioned snowball fight – use the Snow Report to help gear up and play outdoors in the snow in Central Wisconsin today!
Looking for things to do this winter? Discover the top 9 things to do for this winter in Central Wisconsin. View the Rotary Winter Wonderland. Hit the trails at Standing Rocks Park. Explore holiday displays at Le Chateau The Manor. Read on to learn more about the top spots to find winter fun in Central…Read More
Looking for a great burger in Central Wisconsin? We’ve compiled a list of some of the best, for when the craving calls for Midwest-grown beef, Wisconsin-made cheese, and fresh fries from potatoes grown in the central sands. Check out the list for some of the top spots for burgers in central Wisconsin, then head out to taste for yourself.Read More
From the 33,000 acres of the Mead Wildlife Area to the rolling hills shaped by glaciers along the Ice Age Trail, you’ll want to visit these three places to take a hike in Central Wisconsin. Central Wisconsin sits at a crossroads, merging the central plains and the northern highlands – providing a literal connection between…Read More