Price County

 

Price County parks, campgrounds, detailed county map, and lake maps

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Big Falls County Park & Campground - 15 acres
Directions: Hwy. 8 to County N then south about 10 miles.
Description: This scenic river-edge park is located in the southwest corner of Price County along the South Fork of the Jump River. Flanked by tall white and red pine, the Jump River cascades around huge granite rocks and provides viewers with a “wild river” environment. This park can accommodate trailers, tent trailers, and tents. Facilities include:
• 6-unit campground, no electricity, check-out time is 2 p.m., 14-day limit at any one site, open year round• no fee - no RVs allowed• campsites cannot be reserved• sites have picnic tables only• firewood provided• well – hand pump• open air shelter, no electricity• picnic area, tables and grills• vaulted toilets• surfaced road and parking area• swing sets – play area• volleyball (bring your own ball)• firepit• hiking trail along the Falls area• fishing• pet requirements: must be under control or on a leash at all times – not allowed near swimming area or in buildings

Smith Lake County Park & Campground - 300 acres
Directions: Hwy. 13 to Park Falls , west about 2 ½ miles on County E, then south about 1 mile on Omaha Road .
Description: This park, located southwest of Park Falls, consists of the forest and lakefront property surrounding Smith Lake, part of the Flambeau River, plus 2 canoe-in campsites (no fee). There is ATV trail access to the Tuscobia State Trail via Omaha Road (approx. 1 mile) and to Park Falls Tuscobia Trailhead County Park (approx. 4 miles). Adjoining this park are 1,000s of acres of industrial forest land and the Flambeau River State Forest . This campground can accommodate RVs, trailers, tent trailers, and tents. Facilities include:• 30-unit campground, all w/electric hookups-year round, check-out time is 2 p.m., 14-day limit at any one site• camping fee required - $20 (2007 rate)• campsites cannot be reserved• sites have picnic tables and fire rings• firewood provided• shower/flush toilet building Memorial Day weekend thru September• picnic area, tables & grills• ATV trail access to the Tuscobia State Trail• ATV unloading and loading ramp• vaulted toilets• pressure water, mid-April thru mid- to late-October• paved road and parking area• boat landing/boat dock• fishing• sand beach• hiking trail• pet requirements: must be under control or on a leash at all times – not allowed near swimming area or in buildings

Solberg Lake County Park & Campground - 35 acres
Directions: Hwy. 13 north of Phillips to Old 13 Road, 2 ½ miles on Old 13 Road, then 2 ½ miles on West Solberg Lake Road to the park entrance, located northeast of Phillips
Description: A premier northwoods campground and day-use park located on a 35-acre peninsula extending into Solberg Lake . This 60-unit campground accommodates RV's, trailers, tent trailers and tents. Solberg Lake is perfect for fishing, water skiing and swimming. There is a beautiful beach on the southern most point surrounded by red pine. The campground usually fills up on weekends Memorial Day through Labor Day & the weeks preceding and following the 4th of July. Facilities include:• 60-unit campground, 54 sites with electrical hookups, year-round - check-out time is 2 p.m., 14-day limit at any one site• campsites cannot be reserved• two flush toilet/shower buildings (open Memorial Day weekend September, fee required)• sanitary dump station, open when the water is turned on (about the first weekend in May thru mid-October) - use fee (quarters are required)• sand volleyball court, horseshoe pit (must provide own volleyball and horseshoes)• caretaker on site Memorial Day weekend thru Labor Day weekend• sites have picnic table/fire ring• firewood provided• pressure water, mid-April thru mid- to late-October• paved road and parking area• picnic area, tables & grills• sand beach• playground equipment• paved boat ramp, boat dock• fishing pier• nature/hiking trail & snowmobile trail• pay phone• pet requirements: must be under control or on a leash at all times – not allowed near swimming area or in buildings

Timm's Hill County Park - 220 acres
Directions: Hwy. 13 to Ogema, 5 miles east on Hwy. 86, south about a ½ mile on County C, then east about ½ mile on Rustic Road 62.
Description: The highest point in the State of Wisconsin at an elevation of 1951.5 feet is located in southeastern Price County. The park gate is open 7:30a.m. – 9:30p.m. approx. May thru Oct. Bass Lake is completely surrounded by park property, as well as half the shoreline on Timm's Lake. The entire area is heavily forested with northern hardwoods and is spectacular during the fall color season.


Tuscobia Trailhead County Park - 39.58 acres
Directions: From Hwy. 13 in Park Falls, take County Road E west about 1/2 mile, turn north into the park.
Description: This day-use park opened in 2000 and is located on the ouskirts of the City of Park Falls. There are two parking lots providing trail access to the Tuscobia State Trail with ATV riding allowed May 15 thru Nov. 15 and snowmobile riding allowed Dec. 2 thru March 31, weather permitting. A wetland restoration project resulted in a 5-acre pond that is supporting a waterfowl population.

Wisconsin Concrete County Park
Directions: Hwy. 13, one mile south of Phillips.
Description: In 1948, at age 63, Price County native Fred Smith began construction of what is known today as Wisconsin Concrete Park. Smith, a lumberjack, tavern owner, farmer, and dance hall musician, created over 200 figures depicting his vision of the local culture and the world. His work is considered one of America's most unique displays of folk art. The park is open year-round, 24-hours a day, and is free of charge. It is recommended that you visit the park during daylight hours. There is limited lighting after dark.


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Price County Courthouse

126 Cherry St.

Phillips, Wi. 54555

715-339-4505