VisitRapids.com A comprehensive guide to all thing Rapids. Things to do, places to see and stay, all to make your time here more enjoyable.
A regional guide to the Central Wisconsin Area. Showcases our community as well as Marshfield, Stevens Point and Wausau.
An overview of the infrastructure, resources and opportunities for business and residents in the Rapids area.
Wisconsin Rapids Community Calendar Listing of upcoming events provided by area organizations on the McMillan Memorial Library website.
List of upcoming business and community events provided by the Chamber of Commerce.
Collection of videos and information covering local government, school and community events.
The Wisconsin Rapids/Marshfield statistical census area was named the 5th best Small City to Raise a Family (nearby Stevens Point was #6 as well).
Solarus, the local cable and phone company received a 2014 Smart Rural Community Showcase Award
Based in part on the region’s affordability, Wisconsin Rapids was recently was ranked 14th in a study of top cities for job seekers in Wisconsin.
In 2014 Rapids for the first time participated in the America in Bloom program earning a rating of 3 out of 5.
The museum focuses on the papermaking history in the Wisconsin River valley and the history of the Consolidated Water Power & Paper Company.
A community theatre that showcases local talent while educating and offering opportunities for self expression.
The Central Wisconsin Cultural Center is a non-profit visual, literary and lyrical art organization. We hope that the many exciting art programs, music instruction and classes inspires you to visit often.
The vision of the WSFM was to create a park with a natural and scenic setting to house a memorial to our firefighting heroes from across this great State of Wisconsin.
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The City has 91 miles of on and off-street trails and 14 parks. Explore them first in GIS then go and visit them for yourself!
Wood County offers visitors a variety of activities at any of our 7 recreational parks, 3 rivers, many lakes, 38,000 acres of county forest land, and 18,500 acres of Wood County State Wildlife Area.
More than 46,500 fans attend the Northwoods League collegiate baseball games each summer. The Rafters play 70 games each summer, half of them at historic Witter Field.
The Riverkings are a Junior Hockey Team within the Minnesota Junior Hockey League. The Riverkings call the South Wood County Recreation Center in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, home ice.
The Aqua Skiers perform exciting family-friendly shows on Lake Wazeecha and at the Biron Flowage in Wisconsin Rapids.
From the moment that the starting gate slams down and you and up to seven other racers blast at a full sprint toward the first obstacle, BMX racing will give you that rush of adrenaline you've been looking for.
MSTC provides responsive, flexible, high-quality education to foster student achievement and life-long learning.
Working together with home and community, we are dedicated to providing the best education for every student, enabling each to be a thoughtful, responsible contributor to a changing world.
Assumption Catholic Schools seeks to inspire excellence and personal growth for our students academically, spiritually, and socially.
Immanuel Lutheran School has been serving the Wisconsin Rapids area since 1884. We offer small class sizes with personal attention promoting confidence and achievement in all areas.
Located less than 20 minutes from Wisconsin Rapids is a world-class university that offers Associate, Bachelor, Master, and PhD degrees.