Price County, Wisconsin
Located in north central Wisconsin midway between Hayward and Minocqua, Price County is home to a variety of natural resources. Our abundance of woods and waters provides endless outdoor recreational opportunities.
With hundreds of miles of motorized and non-motorized 4-season trails, 150,000 acres of Chequamegon–Nicolet National Forest, 30,000 acres of State Forest land, 92,000 acres of County Forest land, MFL land, and 18,000 acres of water, including 174 lakes, several trout streams, three major rivers and six county parks – it is not difficult to understand why your next vacation destination should be in Price County.
Area businesses owners are dedicated to taking care of your lodging, dining, shopping and service needs. Your opportunity to have a FUN and affordable vacation in Wisconsin’s Northwoods awaits…We look forward to seeing you soon in Price County!
Federal, State and County Forests – We have over 340,000 acres of public land open for hunting White-tailed deer, Ruffed Grouse, Turkey, Black Bear and other species. Wildlife photography season is open year-round!
Flambeau Trail System – ATVs, UTVs, off-road motorcycles, mountain bikes, horses and other non-motorized activities occur along this 70-mile trail of rolling terrain, tree-lined corridors, wooden bridges, and vistas overlooking bogs and lakes. Points of interest include the Smith Rapids Covered Bridge and the Round Lake Logging Dam.
Flambeau River– Kayak or canoe this river that shows an amazing array of moods, from whitewater to slow, gentle curves and pools. There is a stretch for every paddler, young and old, beginner or expert. Don’t forget your fishing gear!
High Point Trail – Located at Timm’s Hill, Wisconsin’s highest geographical point, this silent sports trail system traverses some of the hilliest terrain in the state. Forests of hardwood and hemlock border this narrow, single track trail. Visit the tower at the top of Timm’s Hill for spectacular views.
Wisconsin Concrete Park– In 1948, at age 62, self-taught artist Fred Smith began creating what is known today as the Wisconsin Concrete Park and one of Wisconsin’s Seven Man-Made Wonders. View 230 statues include Ben Hur, the Lincolns, Sacajawea, and Paul Bunyan.