Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
5110 Main Street
Stevens Point, WI 54481
Phone: (715) 341-5110
Fax: (715) 341-5007
University of Wisconsin's campus at Stevens Point is a marvelous campus. With great facilities and resources to encourage progress of the students, this University campus has a nurturing environment for academic learning.
The Pfiffner Pioneer Park is a great recreational spot for the community of Stevens Point. Located by the river, it comprises of a playground for children as well as a bandshell that regularly hosts concerts by the City Band, and other touring acts. This landscape is the venue for the annual artists’ gathering, the Art in the Park event.
Enjoy our floral walkways, gardens, folkart memorials, shrines and an interesting museum at this garden center.
This local speedway features a high-banked, 1/3 mile, asphalt race track with super late model, super stock, pure stock, 4 cylinders, and cruiser divisions. Camping is allowed and races are held frequently.
This beautiful park is located on Lake Wazeecha and features camping, fishing, boating, water sports, and a nine hole frisbee golf course. The campground facilities include electric hookups, flush toilets, hot showers, a playground, and 226 miles of snowmobile trails.
This panoramic park features a beach area, boat ramp, picnic area, playground, hanicapped access paths, boat dock, cross country ski trails, and a shelter.
Built in 1890 as the T.B. Scott Public Library, this elegant bibliotheca was renamed the McMillan Memorial Library in 1970 and has won quite a few awards as well. It has an amazing collections of books that are good for research and other educational purposes. This beautiful athenaeum has regular events such as Monday movies, story-times for children, family oriented programs, adult concerts, reading sessions, gaming and more. No wonder it is very popular among the locals here.
This farm features a pick-your-own-produce policy and features apples, apple cider, caramel apples, jams and jellies, maple and fruit syrups, honey, pumpkins, squash, gourds, corn shocks, and more.