Phillips, Wisconsin
The Community Phillips is located within miles of the 850,000 acres of Chequamegon National Forest and the Flambeau River Flowage.  Hidden Cove Resort is located on Long Lake, part of the Phillips Chain of Lakes, which offers over 1,200 acres of great fishing and boating.  If you prefer the trails, Price County has many ATV, bike, and hiking trails for you to explore. Phillips has a population of about 1,500 residents and is the county seat of Price County.
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THINGS TO DO EVENT HIGHLIGHTS January:  Winter Fest -- Last weekend of January June:  Phillips Czechoslovakian Fest -- Mid June July:  Community 4th of July Celebration; Chain of Lakes Triathlon -- Early July August:  Phillips Charity Classic Musky Tournament; Price County Fair -- Late August September:  Treasure  Hunt -- Labor Day Weekend -- Explore the  Phillips Chain of Lakes in search of  treasures. View My Price County’s Calendar of Events for more information. ATV There are many miles of designated on and off-road trails throughout the county. CROSS COUNTRY SKIING Price County has nine groomed cross country ski trails offering almost 80 miles of trails for your enjoyment.  Trails vary in difficulty with something for every type of skier.  GOLFING Phillips offers a golf course as do nearby Park Falls and Prentice. HORSEBACK TRAILS Enjoy the many horseback trails, such as Price County Forest Horse Trails, Chequamegon- Nicolet National Forest Trails, and Flambeau River State Forest Horse Trails. HUNTING Hunting is great in the forests in and around Price County.  Deer, bear, turkey, small game, and grouse are just some of the abundant wildlife.  Approximately 150,000 acres of  Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, 30,000 acres of State-owned property and 90,000 acres of Price County Forest make Price County your hunting destination! SNOWMOBILING With 500 miles of meticulously groomed trails, Price County offers many some of the best sledding opportunities in the Northwoods! ON THE WATER Enjoy the chain of lakes from your boat, kayak, or canoe!  Fishing, waterskiing, or just relaxing on the water are great options in the Northwoods. Walleye, musky, northern pike, bass, trout, and many varieties of pan fish can be found in the lakes, along with sturgeon during September AREAS TO EXPLORE • Catawba (18 miles one way) • Fifield:  Cranberry Marsh / Smith Rapids / Round Lake Dam (59 miles round trip) • Flambeau Auto Tour • Kennan:  Big Falls (10 miles one way) • Ogema:  Timm’s Hill (20 miles round trip) -- Offers spectacular views from the highest point in Wisconsin. • Oxbo (40 miles round trip) • Park Falls:  Turtle-Flambeau Flowage (32 miles round trip) and Tuscobia Trail Head County Park -- ATV riding is allowed May 15th  through November 15th on the 62 mile stretch of trail from Park Falls to Birchwood, and snowmobile riding is allowed early to mid- December through March 31, weather permitting.  Other trail uses include hiking, biking, horseback riding, and snowshoeing. • Phillips:  Musser Lake (25 miles round trip), Solberg Lake (20 miles round  trip), or Soo Lake (24 miles round trip), and Wisconsin Concrete Park -- Fred Smith’s display of cement and glass statues • Prentice or Ogema (25 miles round trip) • Stone Bridges of Southern Price County (50 miles round trip) • The Smith Rapids Covered Bridge -- The only glue-laminated Town lattice-covered bridge in Wisconsin.  The bridge goes over the South Fork of the Flambeau River, a chosen destination for canoe enthusiasts.
The Community Phillips is located within miles of the 850,000 acres of Chequamegon National Forest and the Flambeau River Flowage.  Hidden Cove Resort is located on Long Lake, part of the Phillips Chain of Lakes, which offers over 1,200 acres of great fishing and boating.  If you prefer the trails, Price County has many ATV, bike, and hiking trails for you to explore. Phillips has a population of about 1,500 residents and is the county seat of Price County.
Phillips, Wisconsin
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Located in beautiful Phillips, Wisconsin, in the heart of Price County
THINGS TO DO EVENT HIGHLIGHTS January:  Winter Fest -- Last weekend of January June:  Phillips Czechoslovakian Fest -- Mid June July:  Community 4th of July Celebration; Chain of Lakes Triathlon -- Early July August:  Phillips Charity Classic Musky Tournament; Price County Fair -- Late August September:  Treasure  Hunt -- Labor Day Weekend -- Explore the  Phillips Chain of Lakes in search of  treasures. View My Price County’s Calendar of Events  for more information. ATV There are many miles of designated on and off-road trails throughout the county. CROSS COUNTRY SKIING Price County has nine groomed cross country ski trails offering almost 80 miles of trails for your enjoyment.  Trails vary in difficulty with something for every type of skier.  GOLFING Phillips offers a golf course as do nearby Park Falls and Prentice. HORSEBACK TRAILS Enjoy the many horseback trails, such as Price County Forest Horse Trails, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest Trails, and Flambeau River State Forest Horse Trails. HUNTING Hunting is great in the forests in and around Price County.  Deer, bear, turkey, small game, and grouse are just some of the abundant wildlife.  Approximately 150,000 acres of  Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, 30,000 acres of State-owned property and 90,000 acres of Price County Forest make Price County your hunting destination! SNOWMOBILING With 500 miles of meticulously groomed trails, Price County offers many some of the best sledding opportunities in the Northwoods! ON THE WATER Enjoy the chain of lakes from your boat, kayak, or canoe!  Fishing, waterskiing, or just relaxing on the water are great options in the Northwoods. Walleye, musky, northern pike, bass, trout, and many varieties of pan fish can be found in the lakes, along with sturgeon during September AREAS TO EXPLORE • Catawba (18 miles one way) • Fifield:  Cranberry Marsh / Smith Rapids / Round Lake Dam (59 miles round trip) • Flambeau Auto Tour • Kennan:  Big Falls (10 miles one way) • Ogema:  Timm’s Hill (20 miles round trip) - - Offers spectacular views from the highest point in Wisconsin. • Oxbo (40 miles round trip) • Park Falls:  Turtle-Flambeau Flowage (32 miles round trip) and Tuscobia Trail Head County Park -- ATV riding is allowed May 15th  through November 15th on the 62 mile stretch of trail from Park Falls to Birchwood, and snowmobile riding is allowed early to mid-December through March 31, weather permitting.  Other trail uses include hiking, biking, horseback riding, and snowshoeing. • Phillips:  Musser Lake (25 miles round trip), Solberg Lake (20 miles round  trip), or Soo Lake (24 miles round trip), and Wisconsin Concrete Park -- Fred Smith’s display of cement and glass statues • Prentice or Ogema (25 miles round trip) • Stone Bridges of Southern Price County (50 miles round trip) • The Smith Rapids Covered Bridge -- The only glue-laminated Town lattice-covered bridge in Wisconsin.  The bridge goes over the South Fork of the Flambeau River, a chosen destination for canoe enthusiasts.