The Greater Wausau Region has an impressive number of high-quality, distinctive natural features, great for exploring.
A flotilla of kayaks and other watercraft take to Lake Wausau for a Paddle Pub Crawl each July.
Skiers and snowboarders from around the Midwest flock to Granite Peak each winter to enjoy a variety of runs.
Families can enjoy water slides, a lazy river and more in all seasons at Stoney Creek Lodge in Rothschild.
Fish fries and Fridays go together in the Greater Wausau Region. Find a favorite and start your weekend.
The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum hosts an exhibition each fall focused on flight in nature.
The Gruhn family moved to Wausau from Rockford in 2010 to capitalize on a work opportunity.
Several years ago, Todd and LaNae Johnson were looking for a change. An affordable real estate market was a large factor in moving their dental business north.
The Greater Wausau Region is the place to be for jobs. Great jobs!
The Greater Wausau Region has a long history of housing a variety of breweries. The area now offers several microbreweries to choose from, each with it's own unique setting and flavor set.
Bull Falls Brewery, Wausau: An Oktoberfest Lager was the first brew for this business which opened in 2007. Tours are frequently available and the taproom is open several nights each week.
The Great Dane Pub & Brewing Company, Wausau: With an original location in Madison, this business on Wausau's west side is conveniently located along the highway. This location offers a 75-seat private event space and 300-seat banquet hall for weddings, anniversaries and corporate functions.
Mosinee Brewing Company, Mosinee: This brewery and taproom is a new, major attraction for visitors to central Wisconsin. This comfortably sophisticated venue includes event space for meetings, parties and entertainment. In house brews are tapped alongside non-alcoholic options including kombucha and locally brewed nitro coffee.
Red Eye Brewing Company, Wausau: This brewery and restaurant on Wausau's east side offers craft beers and artisan food, built around a cycling theme. This business features world class beers created by our award-winning brewer, Kevin Eichelberger.
Sawmill Brewing Company, Merrill: After an extensive two-year renovation by local artists and crafts people, Merrill’s 1940’s DNR Headquarters was transformed into a community gathering place. With lounge areas, outdoor open space and an historic conference room, the Sawmill is a popular hang-out in Merrill.
The region also offers a new distillery in the heart of Wausau.
Timekeeper's Distillery, Wausau: Housed in the iconic Milwaukee Road Train Station on Wausau's east side, this business offers craft cocktails, live music and tours.