2022 Wausau/Central Wisconsin Convention and Visitors Bureau - Visitors Guide and Map

#visitwausau www.visitwausau.com | 715-355-8788 1 02 Welcome To Wausau 04 History of Wausau 05 Arts & Culture 07 45°x90° Geographical Marker 08 Camping 09 Fishing 10 Boating, Canoeing & Kayaking 11 Swimming Pools & Beaches 12 Wausau Area Attractions 14 Rib Mountain State Park 15 Mountain Biking 16 Top 10 Must-See Attractions 18 Dining Options 23 Fun & Sun Outdoors 26 Hitting the Links 31 Great Outdoors 36 Explore More Indoors 38 Local Flavor 40 Where to Stay 41 Accommodations 45 Meetings & Conferences 46 Advertiser Listings 50 Community Profiles 52 Community Contacts NEED MORE AREA INFO? Make sure to stop at the Visitor Center and speak with our dedicated staff about what’s happening while you’re in town. The Visitor Center is a great resource for information about Wausau/Central Wisconsin, Marathon County, and the entire state of Wisconsin. 227460 Shrike Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-355-8788 PUBLISHED FOR Wausau/Central Wisconsin Convention & Visitors Bureau 227460 Shrike Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 p.715-355-8788 www.visitwausau.com PUBLISHED BY E&M Consulting, Inc. p. 800-572-0011 www.emconsultinginc.com For information regarding advertising, please contact us at advertising@emconsultinginc.com or 800-572-0011 x8005. PUBLISHER’S NOTICE: No part of this publication may be copied, reproduced, or transmitted in any other form or by any other means, electronic or mechanical, to any information storage or retrieval system without the expressed written consent of the Wausau/Central Wisconsin Convention & Visitors Bureau (WCWCVB). Any use other than for what it was intended, or reproduction of materials in the publication, must be with written consent of the WCWCVB. While every effort has been made to avoid mistakes in this publication, the publishers, WCWCVB, and their agents assume no liability whatsoever to anyone for any error or omission or for any damages of any kind which may arise from the publication or use of this directory. Please contact the WCWCVB office at 715-355-8788, so that we can make the necessary changes to our database. TABLE OF CONTENTS Pictures courtesy of Dennis Kruzan Photography

2 Wausau/Central Wisconsin 2022 Visitor Guide #visitwausau Previously named Best Place to Experience the Outdoors by Wisconsin Trails magazine, Wausau/Central Wisconsin offers scenic escapes for the adventurer and competitor in all of us. Come and enjoy the Midwest’s favorite ski vacation destination, explore the top of Rib Mountain, the state’s third highest elevation, or traverse the hundreds of trails and county recreational areas. Along with four seasons of recreation, the area offers plenty of unique shopping opportunities, great dining, exceptional arts and entertainment, and plenty of history to explore. The Wausau/Central Wisconsin Convention & Visitor’s Bureau is proud to represent the seven borderless communities which combine to make the Greater Wausau area a wonderful weekend destination — Kronenwetter, Mosinee, Rib Mountain, Rothschild, Schofield, Wausau, and Weston. See page 50–51 for more details on each community as well as many local resources. Go to visitwausau.com for upcoming events and to learn more about all there is to do and see in the Greater Wausau area! WELCOME TO WAUSAU/ CENTRAL WISCONSIN Centrally located near the junction of Highway 51/39 and Highway 29, the Greater Wausau area is easy to find and hard to leave. Surrounded by woods, lakes, and hills, it offers the combination of big city amenities and small town hospitality, with the look and feel of the great Northwoods.

1,584 SIZE OF MARATHON COUNTY IN SQ.MILES 1,800 HOTEL ROOMS 3 OLYMPIC SPORTS VENUES 48 MILES OF CROSS COUNTRY SKI TRAILS 880 MILES OF SNOWMOBILE TRAILS 1,952 HEIGHT OF RIB MOUNTAIN FT. ABOVE SEA LEVEL 162 CAMP SITES IN MARATHON COUNTY 75 SKI RUNS AT GRANITE PEAK 70 LAKES IN MARATHON COUNTY 4 SEASONS TO PLAY IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN BY THE NUMBERS

Few people had as great an impact on Wasau/Central Wisconsin as Walter McIndoe. When McIndoe arrived in the late 1840s, the area was called Big Bull Falls. He played a major role in renaming the town Wausau, a Chippewa word meaning a far away place, and became known himself as the Father of Wausau. McIndoe was also instrumental in establishing Marathon County on February 9, 1850. At that time, the county stretched all the way to Lake Superior, and Wausau was named the county seat. Today, Marathon County is the largest of Wisconsin’s 72 counties and continues to prosper from the efforts of those in the past. YAWKEY HOUSE MUSEUM The Cyrus and Alice Yawkey house, a 1900/1901 Classical Revival styled house, was designed by Milwaukee architects Van Ryn and de Gelleke. In 1907 the Yawkeys hired architect George W. Maher to remodel and add to the house. The private home was donated to the Historical Society in 1954 by their only child, Leigh and her three daughters. A recent fundraising effort enabled a multi-million-dollar renovation to be completed in the spring of 2008. The first and second floors of the home, the carriage house and the formal gardens have been returned to their original splendor. The Yawkey House is a fine example of a wealthy lumberman’s house between the years 1908–1915. It features beautiful stained-glass windows, art glass lighting fixtures and many original Yawkey furnishings. A small entrance fee is charged for non-members of the Society. The house, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974, is open year round. The formal garden, complete with pergola, pond and fountain is open to the public from April to October. The garden is the site for many weddings during those months. WOODSON HISTORY CENTER Across the street at 410 McIndoe Street is the Historical Society’s administrative building. This lovely brick house was built in 1914 for the Yawkey’s daughter Leigh and her husband Aytchmonde P. Woodson. This house was also designed by George W. Maher. After both of the Yawkeys had died, the Woodsons moved to Highland Park Boulevard and sold their house to the Immanuel Baptist congregation. The church added a bell tower and a sanctuary to the back of the house in 1956. The historical Society purchased the Woodson House in 1955, and today it contains the library archives, artifacts and exhibits. Hours for both locations are Tue–Thu 9am to 4:30pm and weekends from 1pm to 4:30pm. 715-842-5750, www.marathoncountyhistory.com. THE ANDREW WARREN HISTORIC DISTRICT Located on the northeast edge of downtown Wausau, The Andrew Watten Historic District has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984. Its namesake is Andrew Warren, a sawmill owner, who in 1853 bought all the land now comprising the heart of the Wausau Eastside. Today, the district owes its charm to the fine houses and homes maintained by the people who care deeply about this neighborhood. Of the 62 buildings in the 10-block Warren District, all but four are houses. Some splendid and some plain, the houses were built between 1868 and 1934. Styles include a diverse yet harmonious blend of late 19th century and early 20th century homes. Walk this district and you’ll find examples of Greek Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne, Classical Revival, and Prairie School architecture. THE EAST HILL East of the Warren District begins an even larger historic district, the East Hill District, named for the hill rising abruptly on the east side of the Wisconsin River valley. More than 100 houses covering a 30-block radius went up between 1874 and 1930, a time frame nearly the same as for the Warren District. There are Queen Annes, Colonial Revivals, Classical Revivals, Georgian Revivals, and Tudor Revivals among the many styles found here. A walk up and around and down East Hill can be done at a leisurely pace but Franklin Street is especially steep so you may prefer to drive. Except for the widely recognized Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, the houses are private homes. Maps of the Andrew Warren District, and additional information on the history of Wausau and Marathon County, are available at the Marathon County Historical Society, 715-848-6143 or at the Friends of Wausau Historic Landmarks, 715848-6143. History by Donald M. Aucutt. Research by Mary Jane Hettinga, Mary Malaguti and Maryanne Norton. HISTORY OF WAUSAU 4 Wausau/Central Wisconsin 2022 Visitor Guide #visitwausau

EXHIBITS & PERFORMANCES No visit is complete without a stop at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. The Woodson Art Museum’s international reputation for the finest collection of avian art attracts thousands of art enthusiasts a year. Inside the historic building is the permanent collection, the museum’s latest rotating exhibition and Art Park, the Museum’s interactive gallery. Outdoors at the Woodson is the sculpture garden, which features temporary installations and permanent pieces. INSIDER TIP: Get insights into artworks and artists via dozens of videos on the Museum’s YouTube channel. Also, download the Museum’s free audio tour app on your smartphone or tablet. Pick up free Art Kits to inspire in-gallery and at-home art making. The Grand Theater offers an extensive schedule of musicals, national acts, and Broadway plays. This beautifully restored 1927 Greek revival theater is a memorable venue for enjoying live performances including ballets, concerts and more. Located adjacent to The Grand, the Center for Visual Arts offers regional and national art exhibits at Caroline S. Mark Gallery and the Loft on the second level. If you’re lucky enough to be visiting during the opening of a new exhibit, attend a Gallery Night to meet the artists, sample of glass of wine and view the artwork. The Andrew Warren Historic District is named after a sawmill owner who in 1853 bought all the land now comprising the heart of the Wausau Eastside. Some splendid and some plain, the 62 buildings in the district were built between 1868 and 1934. The district has a diverse yet harmonious blend of styles including Greek Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne, Classic Revival, and Prairie School architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright designed two homes in the Wausau Area. INSIDER TIP: Use the map and key on the insert map as you tour the district to learn more about the style, age and the architect. The Yawkey House, now under the care of the marathon county Historical Society, resides in the historic district and has recently undergone a multi-million-dollar renovation. Take a tour of this grand house and experience life as a lumber baron in the year 1901. Across the street is the Woodson History Center, which features several rotating exhibits that include memorabilia from bygone eras. The current exhibit is an interactive display of the Civil War and its impact on Marathon County. ARTS & CULTURE #visitwausau www.visitwausau.com | 715-355-8788 5

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#visitwausau www.visitwausau.com | 715-355-8788 7 Today you can visit the newly renovated marker (2018) and then head to the Visitor Bureau to pick up your commemorative coin (shown above). The Visitors Bureau is still using the same book that was originally owned by the Gesicki’s and receives thousands of new signatures each year. It all started in 1969, when Marathon County erected a marker and made the surrounding area a county park—the smallest park in the state. Little did they know that this marker today would be a popular destination for both locals and visitors. 227460 Shrike Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-355-8788 www.visitwausau.com For additional information, visit https://bit.ly/2XAROt4 or www.visitwausau.com. Latitude and Longitude Latitude: Latitude is the angular distance on Earth measured North or South of the equator (0 latitude) in degree, minutes, and seconds. The equator is considered the longest latitude line on earth measuring 24,901.55 miles. Longitude: Longitude is the angular distance on Earth measured East or West of the meridian at Greenwich, England (0 longitude) in degrees, minutes, and seconds. Longitude lines run from the North Pole to the South Pole. The latitude/longitude coordinate system uses angular measurements to describe a position on the surface of the earth. The system is used worldwide and is primarily used by mariners and aviators. It has been in use since Ptolemy used it in his first world map in 150 CE. Make sure you visit the exact center of the North/ West hemisphere and become a member of the official “45x90 Club.” The 45 x 90 Geographical Marker in Poniatowski is unique, as it is the only one of four such spots on earth that is easily accessible. The other location in the northern hemisphere is in the mountains of China and the two southern locations are at the bottom of an ocean. Take a walk through the skinniest park in Wisconsin to view the marker, then head to the Visitor Center in downtown Wausau to sign the official book and receive your free commemorative coin. A crushed-gravel walking path leads you 1,000 feet from the parking lot to the marker site. To find the marker, enter “45x90 Geographical Marker” in your GPS map, or go to visitwausau.com for driving directions. 45°x90° GEOGRAPHICAL MARKER #visitwausau www.visit ausau.com 715-3 5-878 7

BIG EAU PLEINE COUNTY PARK The largest facility with 2,050 acres, this campground offers 106 sites located on the 6,830-acre Big Eau Pleine Flowage. There are three boat landings, changing house, swimming beach and several picnic areas with play structures and shelters. Nine miles of winding trails are available for walking and mountain biking through this expansive, forest-like park. Camping Availability: May 1 to October 31 Location: 135695 Eau Pleine Road, Mosinee Contact: 715-261-1566 www.co.marathon.wi.us LAKE DUBAY SHORES CAMPGROUND This campground has 40 acres with 200 RV and traditional camping sites. Additionally, you’ll find many other activities here including canoe and paddle boats for rent, recreation hall, game room, free WI-FI, camp store and gift shop. They have all the comforts of home! Camping Availability: open year-round Location: 203040 DuBay Drive, Mosinee Contact: 715-457-2484 www.dubayshores.com DELLS OF THE EAU CLAIRE COUNTY PARK Consisting of 193 acres, 27 campsites and the adjacent Ice Age Trail, this park offers visitors a number of nature trails right on the banks of the Eau Claire River along with swimming beach, spectacular waterfalls and rapids. The beautiful rock formations are a magnet for summertime nature enthusiasts. Who can resist climbing among the water-worn rocks or cooling off in one of the many swimming holes? Camping Availability: May 1 to October 31 Location: P2150 CTH Y, Aniwa Contact: 715-261-1566 www.co.marathon.wi.us MARATHON COUNTY PARK Located on 78 acres with 35 campsites just outside downtown Wausau. Conveniently situated, it is within walking distance of shopping, attractions and dining. The park feels like an oasis within the busy city, offering broad picnic areas with grills, playgrounds, tennis courts and ball fields. It also has several walking trails, a children’s splash pad and Marathon Junction, with food, a miniature train and a dumping station. Camping Availability: May 1 to October 31 Location: 1201 Stewart Avenue, Wausau Contact: 715-261-1566 www.co.marathon.wi.us ACTIVITIES & ADVENTURE CAMPING Experience the great outdoors of Wausau and Central Wisconsin. Roughing it has never been so enjoyable. Especially if you have the opportunity to spend time in one of our area camping facilities. From the fantastic views of the Dells of the Eau Claire County Park to the many conveniences available at Lake DuBay Shores Campground, you’re sure to find a great site to set up camp. If you travel by RV and are looking for campground accommodations, there are also several area facilities that have parking, as well as electricity and sanitary stations.

#visitwausau www.visitwausau.com | 715-355-8788 9 Find a favorite fishing spot to reel in that catch of a lifetime. There is nothing better on a warm sunny day then finding a great fishing hole. Be it on the rippling water or from a grassy river bank. There are plenty of line dipping opportunities on the Wisconsin River that flows between the banks in six of our seven communities. The Eau Claire River and the Rib River merge with the Wisconsin River to form the uniquely shaped Lake Wausau, home to many trophy fish, right in the heart of the Wausau Area. Picturesque Half Moon Lake just a few miles down the river is a fisherman’s haven, surrounded by the beauty of nature and loaded with a variety of fish species. Musky, walleye, crappie, northern pike, catfish, bluegill, bass, sunfish and yellow perch are present in most of the lakes, rivers and reservoir in the central Wisconsin area. So whether you are on the hunt for a massive musky that will fight you to the end of slabs of crappies and bluegills that will keep your bobber diving under water, you will not be disappointed with fishing in central Wisconsin. There are over 16 boat landings between Wausau and Knowlton giving you access to The Wisconsin River, Rib River, Eau Claire River, Lake Wausau, Half Moon Lake, Mosinee Flowage, Big Eau Pleine Reservoir and Lake DuBay. See locations of boat landings marked on Wausau Area Map. Some area boat landings require a daily landing fee and seasonal landing permits are available from the Marathon County Parks Department, 212 River Drive, Wausau, WI, 715-261-1550. Favorite spots for pitching a line from shore include handicap accessible piers to parks with playground equipment just in case little fishermen get antsy. Fishing Piers with handicap accessibility are located at DC Everest Park (the south end of 3rd Avenue), Gilbert Park (North 6th Street 9 blocks north of Highway 52 intersection, on the west side of the street) and along the west side of the McCleary Bridge which connects Rib Mountain Drive and 17th Avenue. Some of the best shore fishing in the Wausau Area is below the Schofield Dam (just off Drott Street), Blue Gill Park (Rib Mountain Drive to Parrot Lane to the east), Oak Island Park (River Drive) and Gilbert Park (North 6th Street). You may fish from shore at any boat landing or park in the Wausau Area, Mission Lake or Eau Pleine County Park. Remember to always have permission to cross private property when seeking your destination. Hard water fishing is phenomenal and very popular on these same bodies of water during the winter months. The progression from clothe-laden bodies on buckets, to little communities of ice shanties appear as soon as the ice is solid. This is totally different fishing experience. Cook outs, football passing, TV watching, until the flags pop up. Life stops as everyone rushes to the hole in hopes of pulling out a whopper. You don’t want to miss this fun. TROUT FISHING If solitude, nature, clear cool water and hip boots are your main agendas for landing a colorful trout then you will want to explore one of the many streams in Marathon County. For a listing of over 33 trout streams with classifications and maps, go to www.dnr.wi.gov. For more information on regulations and buying a license, contact the Department of Natural Resources by calling 715-359-4522 or visit www.dnr.wi.gov. FISHING

10 Wausau/Central Wisconsin 2022 Visitor Guide #visitwausau Set in the Wisconsin River Valley, Wausau and Central Wisconsin has great water recreation. There are many boat landings that provide convenient access to the water on the Wisconsin River, its tributaries and area lakes. The area lakes provide plenty of enjoyment for waterskiing, especially in the open waters of Lake Wausau, Lake DuBay and the Eau Pleine Flowage. Take an evening to learn a few pointers from the Water Walkers Waterski Team when they perform at two area lakes. If you are looking for a place to drop anchor and fish, make sure to check with Hooksetters Guide Service at www.hooksetters.biz. They can point out all the best places to find different varieties of fish. Visit www.visitwausau.com for additional information on fishing and boating. Whether you are interested in an all-day canoe or kayak trip or just want a few hours out on the water, the Wisconsin River is the place to be. That all-day trip starts in Merrill and ends in Wausau. All along, the water moves slowly, shallow in some places, very deep in others. Only a few minor rapids lay along the way and those can be portaged if necessary. The trip is about 20.5 miles. Select one of several alternate starting points. A rule of thumb to determine travel time is to figure two miles per hour on the river. Please note that areas adjacent to the landings may be private property. Please be respectful of landowners’ property and privacy. Find more information online at www.wvic.com. The scenic Wisconsin River and Lake Wausau are part of a major canoe route and the city of Wausau has one of only two urban whitewater race courses in the country. The Domtar canoe portage around the Rothschild project allows canoeists to continue down the river to enjoy some of the Central Wisconsin’s finest canoeing. Wausau is home to a world-class canoe and kayak competition site at Whitewater Park in downtown Wausau. The park hosts some of the world’s largest competitions, including 3 major events, 10 recreational releases, paddling camps, training clinics, learn-to-kayak classes and volunteer opportunities. Paddlers of all ages, abilities, and experience now have an easier way to launch on the Wisconsin River in Wausau. A new handicapped-accessible launch was installed on the east shore at 1700 River Drive off of East Wausau Avenue, just north of Bridge Street. BOATING, CANOEING & KAYAKING

#visitwausau www.visitwausau.com | 715-355-8788 11 SWIMMING POOLS AND BEACHES Wading Pool Outdoor Pool Swimming Beach Life Guard on Duty Water Play Structure Volleyball Area Play Area Picnic Area Concessions Facility Hours Description Big Eau Pleine County Park 135695 Eau Pleine Park Road, Mosinee 715-261-1550 May to October Sun up to sun down Public swimming beach.    Dells of the Eau Claire County Park P-2150 County Highway “Y,” Aniwa 715-261-1550 May to October Sun up to sun down Public swimming beach.    Marathon Park Splash Pool 1201 Stewart Avenue, Wausau 715-261-1550 Noon to 7 p.m. Daily Noon to 5 p.m. after the fair Open to children 10 and under. Closed during Wisconsin Valley Fair.        Mission Lake County Park 211017 County Park Road, Hatley 715-359-3660 May to October Sun up to sun down Public swimming beach.    Rothschild/Schofield Aquatic Center 1004 Park Street, Rothschild 715-359-3660 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Daily June–August At Rothschild park, 225 foot waterslide, lil pad walk and zero depth entry.         Sunny Vale County Park 1000 South 72nd Avenue, Wausau 715-261-1550 May to October Sun up to sun down Public swimming beach.     Weston Aquatic Center 5815 Alta Verde, Weston 715-241-SWIM 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Daily Memorial Day to Labor Day At Kennedy Park, high tower waterslide and other play structures.       

12 Wausau/Central Wisconsin 2022 Visitor Guide #visitwausau 45 x 90 Geographical Marker 5651 Meridian Road Athens, WI 54411 715-261-1550 www.co.marathon.wi.us Outdoor Scenic Big Eau Pleine Park 135695 Eau Pleine Park Road Mosinee, WI 54455 715-261-1550 www.co.marathon.wi.us Outdoor Scenic Blades and Boards 3109 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-4253 www.bladesandboardsllc.com Sports Activity Cedar Creek Cinema 10101 Market Street Rothschild, WI 54474 715-355-1080 www.marcustheatres.com Entertainment Center For The Visual Arts 427 North Fourth Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-842-4545 www.cvawausau.org Culture & History Coral Lanes 1025 East Grand Avenue Rothschild, WI 54474 715-359-5300 www.corallanes.net Sports Activity Dale’s Weston Lanes 5902 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-359-8488 www.westonlanes.com Sports Activity Day’s Bowl-A-Dome 1715 Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-848-2292 www.daysbowl.com Sports Activity Dells of the Eau Claire Park 235890 County Road Y Aniwa, WI 54408 715-261-1550 www.co.marathon.wi.us Outdoor Scenic Fromm Farm 436 County Road F Hamburg, WI 54411 715-539-8574 www.frommhistory.org Culture & History George W. Mead Wildlife Refuge 201517 County Highway S Milladore, WI 54454 715-457-6771 www.meadwildlife.org Outdoor Scenic Grand Theater 401 North Fourth Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-842-0988 www.grandtheater.org Entertainment Granite Peak Ski Area 227200 Snowbird Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-2846 www.skigranitepeak.com Sports Activity Ho-Chunk Casino - Wittenberg N7198 State Highway 45 Wittenberg, WI 54499 715-253-4400 www.ho-chunkgaming.com/wittenberg Entertainment Hsu’s Ginseng Enterprises 237895 County Road W Wausau, WI 54401 715-675-2325 http://english.hsuginseng.com Culture & History I.S. Horgen Antique Farm Machinery Museum 1201 Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-261-1550 Culture & History Lake of the Torches Resort Casino 510 Old Abe Road Lac du Flambeau, WI 54538 1-800-25-TORCH http://lakeofthetorches.com Entertainment Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum 700 North Twelfth Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-845-7010 www.lywam.org Culture & History Logger’s Landing Waterpark 805 Creske Avenue Rothschild, WI 54474 800-659-2220 www.loggerslanding.com Sports Activity Marathon County Historical Society 410 McIndoe Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-842-5750 www.marathoncountyhistory.com Culture & History Menominee Casino Resort N277 State Highway 47/55 Keshena, WI 54135 800-343-7778 www.menomineecasinoresort.com Entertainment Monk Botanical Gardens 1800 North First Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-261-6309 www.rwmonkgardens.org Outdoor Scenic Motorama Auto Museum 181705 Stradale Lane Aniwa, WI 54408 715-449-2141 www.alfaheaven.com Culture & History North Central Wisconsin Antique Steam & Gas Engine Club 223755 Steam Hill Drive Edgar, WI 54426 715-352-7722 www.edgarsteamshow.com Culture & History North Star Mohican Casino Resort W12180 County Road A Bowler, WI 54416 800-775-2274 www.northstarcasinoresort.com Entertainment Premier Sports Academy 8706 Progress Way Weston, WI 54476 715-298-9770 www.premiersportsacademy.org Sports Activity Rib Mountain State Park 149801 State Park Road Wausau, WI 54401 715-842-2522 www.uwmc.uwc.edu/geography/ ribmtn/ribmtn.htm Outdoor Scenic Riverlife Park 1400 North River Drive Wausau, WI 54403 Sports Activity

#visitwausau www.visitwausau.com | 715-355-8788 13 Sawmill Adventure Park 608 Creske Avenue Rothschild, WI 54474 715-870-2202 www.sawmilladventurepark.com Sports Activity State Park Speedway 147711 North Mountain Road Wausau, WI 54401 715-212-9006 www.stateparkspeedway.com Sports Activity Wausau 525 Race Track 145025 County Highway NN Wausau, WI 54401 www.wausau525.com Sports Activity Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art 309 McClellan Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-298-4470 www.wmoca.org Culture & History Wausau On Water (W.O.W.) 1300 North River Drive Wausau, WI 54403 http://play-wow.net Sports Activity Wausau Railroad Depot - Grant Street (Original) 720 Grant Street Wausau, WI 54403 Culture & History Wausau Railroad Depot - Grant Street (Original) 720 Grant Street Wausau, WI 54403 Culture & History Wausau Railroad Depot - Washington Street (Original) 209 Washington Street Wausau, WI 54403 Culture & History Wausau Railroad Depot - Westwood Drive (Replica) 1800 Westwood Drive Wausau, WI 54401 Culture & History Whitewater Music Hall 130 1st Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-298-3202 www.whitewatermusichall.com Entertainment Willow Springs Garden 5480 Hillcrest Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-675-1171 www.willowspringsgarden.net Entertainment Wisconsin Black Bear Education Center 2900 East Sell Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-573-7663 www.wisconsinblackbears.com Outdoor Scenic Wisconsin Woodchucks Northwoods League Baseball 324 East Wausau Avenue Wausau, WI 54403 715-845-5055 www.woodchucks.com Sports Activity Woodson History Center 410 McIndoe Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-842-5750 www.marathoncountyhistory.com Culture & History Yawkey House Museum 403 McIndoe Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-842-5750 www.marathoncountyhistory.com Culture & History Wisconsin Black Bear Education Center Blades & Boards State Park Speedway

14 Wausau/Central Wisconsin 2022 Visitor Guide #visitwausau ONE PARK WITH AN ENDLESS SUPPLY OF RECREATIONAL POSSIBILITIES One of the oldest rock formations on earth, Rib Mountain stands proudly in the middle of Wausau/Central Wisconsin, offering a place to enjoy nature and wonder at its spectacle. The name “Rib” comes from a combination of the mountain’s history and the area’s Native American heritage. There is evidence that rock formations, estimated to be a billion years old, were at one time submerged below a great inland sea. A great upheaval, caused by tremendous pressures within the earth formed Rib Mountain, as well as other hills in the area. As the fourth highest peak in Wisconsin, Rib Mountain has a lot to offer visitors. The view is particularly breathtaking from the observation tower, a 60-foot structure that serves as a perch for those who climb its winding stairs high above the tree tops. With 1,500-plus acres, the park boasts a well-maintained network of hiking and nature trails throughout the wooded area. The nature trails meander through the park’s rocky outcroppings, offering fun places to climb or sit and enjoy the views. The park is also a wonderful place to observe deer, woodchucks and a variety of birds at close range. 4200 Park Road, Wausau, WI 54401, 715-842-2522. Additional information about Rib Mountain State Park can be found at www.uwmc.uwc.edu/geography/ribmtn/ribmtn.htm RIB MOUNTAIN STATE PARK COMET SKY RIDE The Comet Sky Ride at Granite Peak Ski Area is a novel way to view the beautiful Wisconsin River Valley. It’s particularly spectacular during the fall season when the colors change. The Comet Sky Ride features a six-seat chairlift that encloses its passengers with a safety bar. The chairs move slowly for easy loading and unloading. Current price is $8 for all ages at Granite Peak Ski Area or at Rib Mountain State Park. You can get off at the midway point of the round trip and walk around, then resume the ride back to your starting point. A state park sticker or daily pass is required at the top of Rib Mountain State Park. The Comit Sky Ride is open midSeptember through mid-October. For more information, please visit: www.skigranitepeak.com.

MOUNTAI N BIKING NINE MILE COUNTY FOREST RECREATION AREA Open for mountain biking from May 1st through October 15th, the cross-country ski and snowmobile trails are marked and mowed during the summer months to provide over 43 km of varying terrain. Nine Mile has a trail system that includes open tracks with minimal to moderate grades, as well as single-track routes through heavily forested areas. These trails offer a challenge for all ages and abilities. Address: 221700 Red Bud Road, Wausau, WI 54401. For more information or trail maps, contact the Wausau and Marathon County Parks, Recreation, and Forestry Department at 715-261-1550 or on the web at www.co.marathon.wi.us/parks.asp. ORGANIZED BIKE RIDES The Wausau Wheelers is a bicycle club consisting of road rides, mountain bikers and commuters. Riders of all age groups and skill levels are welcome to participate. The club leads road and mountain bike rides every week from mid-May through September. All rides have a group leader and last 1 to 3 hours depending on the daylight and the preferences of the group. The rides are open to the public and arranged so that people of various skills will be grouped together. Riders meet and depart at the Aspirus YMCA parking lot on the corner of City Highway X & Howland Avenue in Weston. Helmets are required for all riders. Visit the Wausau Wheelers website for more specific information about their weekly or special event rides, www.wausauwheelers.org. Tuesday Night This is a pace line ride so experience riding in a group is important. These rides are for those people who want to push themselves to ride faster by riding in a group and cover distances up to 65 miles in a single ride. Start time: 5:30pm March-May, 5:45pm June-September. Pace: Sport ride 18 to 23 mph. Distance: 36–40 miles. Wednesday Night The terrain is gentle rolling with some long gradual hills and flat straightaways. This group is considered low key and social. Start time: 6pm. Distance: 20–25 miles. Pace: Leisure ride 14–17 mph. Thursday Night A ride for the entry level and family road bikers on paved country roads, approximately an hour long. Start time: 6pm, 5:30pm after Labor Day. Distance: 10–15 miles. Pace: Leisure ride 10–12 mph. MOUNTAIN-BAY TRAIL Created from a former railroad corridor that stretches from Weston to Green Bay, the MountainBay State Trail is an 83-mile scenic trail. The Marathon County portion contains 18 miles for hiking and biking in the summer. The trailhead is located behind the Weston Municipal Center at 5500 Schofield Avenue. Parking and restroom facilities are available. Daily or season passes are required for trail use for bicycles. More information is available at www.mountain-baytrail.com Trail passes are available at the trail head or at the Marathon County Parks Department: 212 River Drive Wausau, WI 54403 Wausau and Central Wisconsin has miles and miles of great mountain bike trails offering beautiful scenery, challenges for every skill level and lots of fresh air! #visitwausau www.visitwausau.com | 715-355-8788 15

16 Wausau/Central Wisconsin 2022 Visitor Guide #visitwausau As we welcome visitors to the greater Wausau area, here a few of the top must see attractions. We recommend you check them out, as well as many more you’ll find listed at visitwausau.com. Pay a visit to the 45 x 90 Geographical Marker site and join the official 45 x 90 Club. This unique spot is the center of the Northwest hemisphere and the only one of four such spots on earth that is easily accessible. After your visit, sign the book at the Wausau Visitor Center to receive your free membership coin. It’s not surprising that Granite Peak Ski Area is the #1 ski resort destination in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Michigan, touting 75 runs, 4 terrain parks, and 3 high-speed lifts, a ski school, entertainment, and more. The award winning Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum is known for its internationally acclaimed Birds in Art exhibition each fall, diverse and ever-changing exhibitions year-round, sculpture garden, ArtPark, and dynamic programs for all ages and life stages. Admission is always free. Visit the Dells of the Eau Claire Park for its ancient volcanic rock palisades and potholes carved in the rock, 27 campsites, adjacent Ice Age Trail, nature trails along the Eau Claire River, a swimming beach, spectacular waterfalls, and rapids. The Wausau River District encompasses the heart of downtown Wausau and is a hub for yearround activity. The area offers shopping, dining, nightlife, entertainment, and recreation along banks of the Wisconsin River. Always popular, the area offers four uniquely different Breweries, a Winery, and a Distillery. Whether you desire a flavorful flight of craft beers, a delightful red or white wine, or great mixer, you’ll TOP 10 MUST-SEE ATTRACTIONS Rib Mountain State Park Bull Falls Brewery International Wisconsin Ginseng Festival

Granite Peak Ski Area Leigh Yawkey Wooodson Art Museum have no problem finding a new favorite beverage. The Grand Theater is a cornerstone of downtown Wausau and hosts over 300 events per year from nationally known shows to productions by the local children’s theater. The Grand has been ranked fifth in the Top Theatre Venues Worldwide with a capacity under 1,300. The third highest point in Wisconsin, Rib Mountain State Park sits at an elevation of 1,924 ft and has a lot to offer visitors. The 1,500-plus acre park has a 60-foot observation tower, an amphitheater used for weddings and concerts, and a network of hiking and nature trails. The greater Wausau area hosts Festivals & Events throughout most of the year. Whether its music, agriculture, cuisine, arts & crafts, rides, or fun family activities, you’ll find a great way to spend time with friends and family. The Andrew Warren District is on the National Register of Historic Places and highlights a walking tour of 62 buildings in a 10-block area of downtown Wausau. Styles include a diverse blend of late 19th and early 20th century homes with examples from Greek Revival to Prairie School architecture. Dells of the Eau Claire Park Yawkey House Museum Grand Theater

17th Ave & Grill 201 North 17th Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-4341 19th Hole Tavern 1821 Grand Avenue Schofield, WI 54476 715-359-2343 2510 Restaurant 2510 Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-2510 www.2510restaurant.com 319 Bistro 319 Fourth Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-574-8179 www.319bistrowausau.com 6th Street Filling Station 1314 North Sixth Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-848-3000 6th Street Pub 2002 North Sixth Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-298-0701 www.centralnightout.com/bars/ 22964/sams-place A Taste of Jamaica 518 South 7th Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-261-6216 A&W Restaurant 1205 Merrill Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-675-1958 www.awrestaurants.com Angelo’s Family Pizzeria 1206 North Sixth Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-845-6225 www.angelospizzawausau.com Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar 2221 West Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-848-1110 www.applebees.com Arby’s Multiple Locations www.arbys.com Arrow Sports Bar & Grill 6202 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-359-2363 www.arrowsportsclub.com Back When Café 606 North 3rd Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-848-5668 www.backwhencafe.com Bamboo Hut Chinese & Thai Cruise 1122 East Grand Avenue Rothschild, WI 54474 715-298-4132 Basil Restaurant 2106 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-298-0677 www.basilweston.com BB Jacks Pizza and Sandwich Lounge 900 Golf Club Road Wausau, WI 54403 715-675-2460 www.bbjacks.com Becca’s Cafe, Bistro & Catering 3845 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-9727 www.beccascafe.com Becca’s Café, Bistro & Catering 4002 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 www.beccascafe.com Big Dan & Space’s Kelly Club 4810 Ross Avenue Weston, WI 54476 Blue Willow Cafe 1111 North Fourth Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-675-4543 Bob and Randy’s Bar 1515 North 6th Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-845-9079 www.bobandrandys.com Brews Brothers Pub 4107 Barbican Avenue, #250 Weston, WI 54476 715-298-2231 www.brewsbrothersweston.com Briq’s Multiple Locations www.briqssoftserve.com DINING IN 18 Wausau/Central Wisconsin 2022 Visitor Guide #visitwausau

#visitwausau www.visitwausau.com | 715-355-8788 19 Brokaw Corners T7550 County Road ‘W’ Wausau, WI 54403 715-675-8770 Buffalo Wild Wings 1819 West Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-9464 www.buffalowildwings.com Bunkers Bar & Grill 1001 Golf Club Road Wausau, WI 54403 715-675-3663 www.golfinwausau.com Burger King Multiple Locations www.bk.com Campus Pub 1110 West Campus Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-675-1960 www.campuspubandgrub.com Carmelo’s Italian Restaurant 3607 North Mountain Road Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-5570 www.carmeloswausau.com Cedar Creek Grill House 1000 Imperial Avenue Rothschild, WI 54474 715-355-9200 www.greenmill.com Chang Garden 4215 Barbican Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-359-1720 www.changgardenonline.com Chico’s 5704 State Highway 52 Wausau, WI 54403 715-842-9851 www.chicosrestaurantwausau.com Chop-Stix Bourbon Chicken & Sushi 2111 Stewart Avenue, #100 Wausau, WI 54401 715-679-3071 City Grill Bistro 203 Jefferson Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-848-2900 www.citygrillbistro.com Clubhouse Bar & Grill R13085 County Road ‘N’ Ringle, WI 54471 715-842-1913 Culver’s Frozen Custard - Rothschild 10202 Park Plaza Rothschild, WI 54474 715-355-0909 www.culvers.com Culver’s Frozen Custard - Wausau 219 Central Bridge Street Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-6994 www.culvers.com Dairy Queen Multiple Locations www.dairyqueen.com Dale’s Weston Lanes 5902 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-359-8488 www.westonlanes.com Day’s Bowl-A-Dome 1715 Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-848-2292 www.daysbowl.com Denny’s Restaurant 1500 County Road XX Rothschild, WI 54474 715-359-9953 www.dennys.com Domino Bar 740 Washington Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-842-4539 www.thedominobar.com Domino’s Pizza Multiple Locations Downtown Grocery 607 North Third Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-848-9800 www.downtowngrocery.com Dunkin Donuts 4020 Scholfield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-409-1843 www.dunkindonuts.com Eagle’s Nest Restaurant 274 Grand Avenue Schofield, WI 54476 715-842-7992 El Charro 1711 Schofield Avenue Schofield, WI 54476 El Mezcal 3100 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-9100 www.elmezcal.com El Tequila Salsa 2000 North Mountain Road Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-3277 www.eltequilasalsa.com Erbert & Gerbert’s Subs & Clubs 329 North Fourth Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-848-8300 www.erbertandgerberts.com Evelia’s 3406 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-841-0141 Fat Joe’s Pizzerria 1716 Grand Avenue Wausau, WI 54403 715-298-0902 www.fatjoespizzeria.com Fazoli’s 3812 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-355-0801 www.fazolis.com Five Guys Burgers & Fries 1301 Starling Lane Wausau, WI 54401 715-841-0415 www.fiveguys.com Great Dane Pub & Brewing 2305 Sherman Street Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-3000 www.greatdanepub.com Hardee’s Restaurant 2609 West Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-5506 www.hardees.com Hi Restaurant 102 Jefferson Street Wausau, WI 54401 715-841-1728 www.hiyummyfoods.com Hiawatha Restaurant & Lounge 713 Grant Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-848-5166 www.hiawatha restaurantandlounge.com Hilton Garden Inn Restaurant 2101 North Mountain Road Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-5775 www.hiltongardeninn3.hilton.com Hoehn’s Huddle 840 Grand Avenue Schofield, WI 54476 715-298-3225 Homestead Inn 162765 WI-52 Wausau, WI 54403 715-843-5558 Hot Wok Chinese Express 829 Grand Avenue Schofield, WI 54476 715-241-8881 www.hotwokchinese.com HuHot Mongolian Grill 4530 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-5517 www.huhot.com IHOP 2008 North Mountain Road Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-9744 www.ihop.com Jalapenos Mexican Restaurante & Bar 300 North Third Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-842-9206 www.jalapenosrestaurante.com Jimmy Johns 2205 Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-8585 www.jimmyjohns.com Kentucky Fried Chicken 222 Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-842-3667 www.kfc.com King Buffet - Wausau 358 South 18th Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-849-1808 www.kingbuffetwausau.com GREATER WAUSAU

20 Wausau/Central Wisconsin 2022 Visitor Guide #visitwausau King Buffet - Rothschild 1035 East Grand Avenue Rothschild, WI 54474 715-241-8808 Kohlman’s IGA Foodliner 735 South Third Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 Kreger’s Bakery & Deli 1506 North Third Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-845-3644 www.kregersbakeryanddeli.com La Prima 529 North 3rd Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-848-1260 www.laprimawausau.com La Taqueria 520 South 17th Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-0033 www.wisconsintaco.com Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken 2412 Grand Avenue Wausau, WI 54403 715-845-7206 www.leesfamousrecipe.com Lemongrass 316 North 3rd Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-870-2255 Limericks Public House 121 Scott Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-348-0578 www.limerickswausau.com Little Caesars Pizza Multiple Locations www.littlecaesars.com Log Cabin Restaurant 1522 Metro Drive Schofield, WI 54476 715-359-3669 www.thelogcabinwausau.com Loppnow’s Sports Bar 1502 North Third Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-842-3544 www.loppnows.com Lucky’s Eastside Pub & Deli 1803 East Wausau Avenue Wausau, WI 54403 715-848-5825 www.luckyseast.com Malarkey’s Pub & Townies Grill 408 3rd Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-819-3663 www.malarkeyspub.com Mandarin Chinese Restaurant 150 East Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-848-2120 www.mandarinwausau.com Masa Sushi Grill 1800 Stewart Avenue, #100 Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-6688 www.masawausau.com McDonald’s Multiple Locations www.mcdonalds.com Milwaukee Burger Company 2200 Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-9371 www.milwaukeeburgercompany.com Mint Cafe 422 North Third Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-845-5879 www.mintcafewausau.com Mykenos Mediterranean Grill 3001 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-842-1410 www.mykenos.com Nancy’s Jamar’s 4011 East Wausau Avenue Wausau, WI 54403 715-845-2949 Noodles & Company 1800 Stewart Circle Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-5554 www.noodles.com Northwoods Bar & Grill 5902 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-359-8488 www.westonlanes.com Nueske’s At Gulliver’s Landing 151701 Mallard Lane Wausau, WI 54401 715-849-8409 www.nueskesgulliverslanding.com Olive Garden Italian Restaurant 3650 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-355-5276 www.olivegarden.com Panda Express 4400 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-241-0009 www.pandaexpress.com Panera Bread 1700 Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-261-2217 www.panerabread.com Papa Murphy’s Take ‘N’ Bake Pizza Multiple Locations www.papamurphys.com Papa’s Pizza 1027 East Grand Avenue Rothschild, WI 54474 715-355-1118 www.pappaspizza.us Papillon’s Pizza Ltd. 1041 East Grand Avenue Rothschild, WI 54474 715-359-9417 www.papillonspizza.com Patron Mexican Restaurant & Bar 4403 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 www.patronfiesta.com Peking Restaurant 221 Scott Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-842-8080 www.pekingrestaurantwausau.com Philly’s Sub & Gyros 1280 West Campus Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-2455 www.phillyssubs.com Pho 76 1811 West Rosecrans Street Wausau, WI 54401 715-842-5301 Pine Ridge Family Restaurant 3703 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-359-6494 Pinewood Supper Club 147801 Half Moon Lake Drive Mosinee, WI 54455 715-693-3180 www.thepinewood.com Pizza Hut Multiple Locations www.pizzahut.com Pizza Ranch 2715 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-298-5378 www.pizzaranch.com Player’s Sports Bar and Grill 4411 West Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-842-0306 www.facebook.com/playersvolleyball Polito’s Pizza - Rothschild 315 Kort Street Rothschild, WI 54474 715-298-4461 www.politospizza.com Polito’s Pizza - Wausau 311 North Third Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-298-9079 www.politospizza.com Pro Players Sports Bar & Grill 206 Grand Avenue Schofield, WI 54476 715-241-7447 QDOBA Mexican 2205 Stewart Avenue, Suite #400 Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-1700 www.qdoba.com Razz’s Breakfast Bar and Grill 5307 Westfair Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-298-1046 www.razzsbreakfastbar.com Red Apple Family Restaurant 707 South Third Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-849-9030 Red Eye Brewing Company 612 Washington Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-843-7334 www.redeyebrewing.com Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews 4650 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-301-0019 www.redrobin.com Relocation Pub & Eatery 1801 County Road XX Rothschild, WI 54474 715-359-0810 Rib Mountain Taphouse 2501 North Mountain Road Wausau, WI 54401 www.ribmountain taphousewausau.com Richard’s Restaurant and Bar 5305 North 32nd Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-675-7070 www.richards-restaurant.com Rocky Rococo Pizza & Pasta 226408 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-359-8848 www.rockyrococo.com

#visitwausau www.visitwausau.com | 715-355-8788 21 Ropa’s Chicago Style Pizza 225670 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-359-7999 www.ropaspizza.com Sam’s Pizza - Wausau 111 Elm Street Wausau, WI 54401 715-842-3165 www.samspizzaofwausau.com Sam’s Pizza Palace - Schofield 5811 Business Highway 51 Schofield, WI 54476 715-355-5800 www.samspizzaofwausau.com Sconni’s Ale House and Eatery 1239 Schofield Avenue Schofield, WI 54476 715-241-7665 www.sconnis.com Shanghai Grill 3910 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-298-9334 www.westonshanghaigrill.com Starbucks Multiple Locations www.starbucks.com Subway Multiple Locations www.subway.com Sunrise Bar H12950 State Highway 52 Wausau, WI 54403 715-845-7988 Sweet Lola’s Cupcakery and Bake Shop 303 North Third Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-849-5698 www.sweetlolascupcakes.com Taco Bell Multiple Locations www.tacobell.com Taco John’s Multiple Locations www.tacojohns.com Taqueria El Zebas 520 South 17th Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-0033 Taqueria Tres Hermanos 525 Fulton Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-843-5819 Texas Roadhouse 225400 Rib Mountain Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-241-9800 www.texasroadhouse.com The Bar of Wausau 10302 Market Street Rothschild, WI 54474 715-355-7001 www.meetatthebar.com The Chatterbox Bar 102 South Second Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-842-3059 The Domino Bar 740 Washington Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-842-4539 www.thedominobar.com The Hideout 265 Chellis Street Wausau, WI 54401 715-849-1310 The Loading Zone 2704 East Hamilton Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-845-9585 www.theloadingzone.biz The Mandarin Chinese Restaurant 150 East Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-848-2120 www.wausaumandarin.com The Milk Merchant 402 2nd Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-843-0909 The Mint Café 422 3rd Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-845-5879 www.mintcafewausau.com The Palm’s Supper Club 5912 US-51 BUS Schofield, WI 54476 715-359-2200 www.thepalmswausau.com Thrive Foodery 2105 North 2nd Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-393-4040 www.thrivefoodery.com Tine & Cellar 3806 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-841-0080 www.tineandcellar.com Toddici’s Pizzas, Subs & Sandwiches 1280 West Campus Drive Wausau, WI 54401 715-675-9767 Toppers Pizza 1700 Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-261-2323 www.toppers.com Townies Grill 412 North Third Street Wausau, WI 54403 715-819-3663 www.malarkeyspub.com Townline Market 916 Townline Road Wausau, WI 54403 715-842-5201 www.townlinemarket.com Trail Side Sports Bar & Grill 8101 Schofield Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-241-8999 Trail’s End Lodge 3901 Sherman Road Wausau, WI 54401 715-848-2000 www.trailsendlodgeinc.com Treu’s Tic Toc Club 1201 West Thomas Street Wausau, WI 54401 715-848-2465 www.treustictoc.com Tri-City Family Restaurant 525 Grand Avenue Schofield, WI 54476 715-359-9596 Urban Street Bistro 715-302-4041 www.urbanstreetbistro.com Van Acres 151401 County Road NN Wausau, WI 54401 715-298-6775 Vino Latte - Wausau 3309 Terrace Court Wausau, WI 54401 715-849-9787 www.vino-latte.com Wasabi Weston 3703 Schofield Avenue Schofield, WI 54476 715-359-2888 www.wasabiweston.com Wausau Mine Company 3904 West Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-7304 www.wausaumine.com Wausau On The Water (W.O.W.) 1300 North River Drive Wausau, WI 54403 715-298-6012 www.play-wow.net Wendy’s Multiple Locations www.wendys.com Whiskey River Bar & Grill 5512 Stewart Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 715-845-1547 www.whiskeyriverbarandgrill.com Wiggly Field 2005 Schofield Avenue Schofield, WI 54476 www.wigglyfld.com Wish Wisconsin Steakhouse 5006 East Jelinek Avenue Weston, WI 54476 715-298-2903 www.wishsteakhouse.com Zhou’s Mongolian Barbecue C-302 Wausau Center, A-162 Wausau, WI 54403 715-849-3516 Visit our website for a full list of events for the Greater Wausau area! www.visitwausau.com

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