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100 Days of Summer Activity Guide

100 Days of Summer Activity Guide

Get active in your Stevens Point community over the 100 days of summer and you could win a new Specialized bike from the Hostel Shoppe! Everyone has their favorite event, outdoor activity or place they visit during the summer months. Discover new and exciting things this summer and enter to win fun prizes from Adventure 212. All you have to do is take a photo (selfie even) of you at one of these 100 events and locations or a photo of you participating in these summertime activities and make sure to include 212 in them somehow. Your picture is your ticket into the Bike Raffle! The more pictures you post, the more chances to win. See our Facebook page for examples and be creative! Have an active and fit summer!


Summer Outdoor Destinations:
1. Jump and swing into the river at Iverson Park
2. Dance around the band shell at Pfiffner Park
3. Hike any part of the Green Circle Trail
4. Go wading in Lake Joanis at the Schmeekle Reserve
5. Kayak down Little Plover River
6. Discover your inner art critic at the Stevens Point Sculpture Park
7. Throw a softball around while watching a game at Zenoff Park
8. Shred it up at the Stevens Point Skateboard Park
9. Go discing at Yulga Disc Golf Course
10. Hike up the hills at Standing Rocks State Park
11. Catch the winds while sailing on Lake Dubay
12. Avoid the goose poop while discing at the Mead Park Course
13. Play basketball with friends at Goerke Park
14. Don’t slip while trekking along the board walk on Moses Creek Trail
15. Go golfing at the New Sentry World
16. Pick some delicious berries at Chet’s Blueberry Farm
17. Get frustrated by throwing a disc into the pond at Patch Street Disc Golf Course
18. Let the dogs go wild at the Dog Park at 601 Mason St.
19. Play singles or doubles with friends at the tennis courts at Mead and Goerke
20. Visit with the farmers at the Market on the Square

Community Events:
21. Go fishing at the Cops n’ Bobbers event
22. Hike the 28 miles at Walk Wisconsin in June
23. Get involved with Poky Pedal events going on all summer
24. Celebrate the Fourth at Riverfront Rendezvous
25. Celebrate Plover at Celebrate Plover
26. Learn about environmental health at the Midwest Renewable Energy Fair
27. Pet and walk the puppies at the Portage County Humane Society’s Walk for Wags
28. Check out the gorgeous gardens on display at the 2015 Garden Parade
29. Get all kinds of physical activity in at Adventure 212’s Summer Kickoff Party
30. Don’t toot your own horn at the Riverfront Jazz Festival
31. Buy your local produce at the Market on the Square on Saturday mornings
32. Go back in time with Heritage Days
33. Get splashed at the Central Wisconsin Water Ski Show
34. Compete or watch others compete for 1st at the Lactic Edge Duathlon
35. Cheer on the participants at the Special Olympics
36. Have a grand ol’ time on the water at Paddle Quest
37. Drown out the noise of the kids at the City Band Concerts at the band shell at Pfiffner.
38. Walk around the cool cars at the Iola Car Show
39. Don’t forget your bike for the Boy’s and Girls Club Bike-a-thon
40. Get low at the Annual Midwest Recumbent Bicycle Rally

More Outdoor Activities:
41. Ride to work on a bicycle
42. Walk downtown on a hot summer night
43. Hike up the sledding hills at Iverson Park (212 team’s example)
44. Swim at your favorite beach in Central Wisconsin
45. Dive into deep enough water
46. Garden for the freshest veggies and flowers
47. Go fly a kite like the cast of Mary Poppins
48. Paddle Boat on one of the many lakes in the area
49. Canoe down the Little Plover River
50. Rollerblade down the one hill in Stevens Point
51. Play beach volleyball in a league or pickup
52. Picnic away from the crowds
53. Mountain Bike through the airport trail
54. Play softball (no beer pics please)
55. Play soccer at the Stevens Point complex
56. Ball it up at Texas Park
57. Get the dogs out of the house for walks
58. Throw a Frisbee around at PJ Jacobs middle school from 5-7 on Tuesdays
59. Do some heavy lifting while building a bonfire in the backyard\
60. Camp out in your own back yard

Shopping/Restaurants to bike to (* patio for outdoor seating):
61. *Go for some healthy lunch at Erbert’s and Gerbert’s
62. *Try the flavors of the world at Noodles and Company
63. Reduce, reuse and recycle clothes and games at Nice as New
64. Check out all the levels of Call it New Call it Antique
65. *Sit on the porch with a cup of Jo from Emy J’s
66. Pick up some organic and fair trade foods at the Stevens Point Co-op
67. *Hike up that big hill to the Hilltop Pub for some outdoor seating
68. Grab an Oso’s beer with a healthy salmon meal at Mikey’s in Plover
69. *Bike out for all you can eat fruit on the Sunday morning buffet at Charcoal Grill in Plover
70. *Cut back on the red meat with a mushroom sandwich at Guus on Mainstreet
71. *Try to resist those cheesy fries from Arbuckles downtown.
72. Try the big slice of veggie pizza from Politos
73. Carry out your groceries with reusable bags at Trigs County Market
74. Bike to pick up groceries you forgot from Copps
75. Venture out to Len Dudas Motors to check out the new cool cars (212 team’s example)
76. Veer off the Green Circle just a bit to stop in at Scaffidis to check out their selection
77. *Soak up the sunshine sitting outdoors at the Coffee Studio
78. Discover the bike path under the highway to get to the Hostel Shoppe (212 team’s example)
79. *Enjoy your favorite, healthy and local tapas at Father Fats
80. Target Target as a destination point to visit for your recreation needs

Kids Events in town:
81. Run out all that energy at K.A.S.H. Park (212’s team’s example)
82. Jump right into the Municipal Pool
83. Create more bowls to give to dad on Father’s day at Clay Corners
84. Learn more on summer vacation at the UWSP Planetarium
85. Start your own day journey at Nature Treks in Iverson Park
86. Make it a family affair strawberry picking
87. Plan for a healthy family night at CW Children’s Museum (every 2nd Thursday of the month)
88. Remember your helmet and knee pads at the Skateboard Park
89. Go bowling on those rainy summer days
90. Burn off the calories you eat by walking to Belt’s Soft Serve (212’s team’s example)
91. Climb up the giant park bench at the Sculpture Park on Holiday Trail
92. Get soaking wet before getting back into the car at the Fountain Downtown
93. If you can’t make the 28 miles, participate in the Kids Walk Wisconsin
94. Ride your bike with no handle bars at the Poky Pedal events
95. Catch those whoppers of fish at the Kids Fishing Day
96. Improve your spiritual wellness at local Vacation Bible Schools
97. Play nicely with others at Gepetto’s workshop
98. Climb up the rotating climbing wall at Adventure 212’s Kid Zone
99. Taste buds come alive at the Taste of the Town
100. Sign up for sessions at the Bucks and Bulls Archery for Kids