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Getting Here:

By Car -

Drivers can get to the Stevens Point area via two major highways. Highway 10 (east-west) and Interstate 39 (north-south). Since Highway 10 was rerouted in July 2009, it parallels a stretch of Interstate 39/Highway 51 from Exit #165 where the newest stretch of High 10 West continues.

By Plane -

Visitors flying into Central Wisconsin will most likely use the Central Wisconsin Airport ( in Mosinee, just 15 minutes north of Stevens Point. Service is available from major domestic airlines with service connecting through Detroit, Chicago and Minneapolis.

Transportation from the airport is available through Courtesy Cab (715-342-8863) for approximately $40 (US) single. Car rentals are available directly at the airport, including Avis (715-693-3025). Reservations are recommendedfor cab and car rental.

By Bus -

Ground transportation is available through Lamers Bus Lines ( with northbound and sounthbound stops in Stevens Point daily. Connections to Wausau, Waupaca, Appleton, Oshkosh, Fond du Lac and Milwaukee, including stops for Amtrak, Greyhound, and Mitchell International Airport-Milwaukee.

Getting Around - Once You Arrive -

It is easy to get around the Stevens Point area by car, bicycle or on foot. Public transportation is available through the Stevens Point Transit ( Most of the urban area is included in the route. Normal bus fare is only $1.00 (US) and the late night routes are available from downtown Stevens Point to the north and east sides of the city. Taxi service is available through Courtesy Cab (715-342-8863).

Distances from Regional and Major Airports:

  • Chicago - 244 miles
  • Eau Claire - 110 miles
  • Green Bay - 86 miles
  • Milwaukee - 150 miles
  • Madison - 110 miles
  • Minneapolis - 195 miles

Central Wisconsin Airport
200 CWA Drive
Mosinee WI  54455


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