Price County Tourism Department126 Cherry Street
Phillips, WI 54555
Price County is located in north central Wisconsin midway between Hayward and Minocqua. Price County is home to a variety of natural resources. This native abundance provides endless recreational opportunities such as snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, ice fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, golfing, canoeing, boating, fishing, hunting, camping, and ATV riding.
With hundreds of miles of trails, 147,000 acres of Chequamegon - Nicolet National Forest, 28,500 Acres of State Forest Land, 90,000 aces of County Forest land, and 18,000 acres of water, including 388 lakes, 92 classified trout waters, three major rivers and six county parks - it is not difficult to understand why your next adventure should be in Price County.
Price County is home to a variety of wildlife. There are many trails, country roads and wilderness areas which provide opportunities for you to see some of the many wildlife species native to our area.
Area businesses are dedicated to taking care of your lodging, dining, shopping and service needs.
Things To Do
Price County is conveniently located in the heart of north central Wisconsin with the major tourist towns of Minocqua 20 miles to our east, Hayward 45 miles to our west and Bayfield 70 miles to our north. U.S. Highway 8 and State Highways 13, 70 and 182 are the major roadways in Price County.
Distance to Price County from:
- Ashland - 60 Miles
- Duluth - 120 Miles
- Minneapolis-St. Paul - 155 Miles
- La Crosse - 175 Miles
- Dubuque - 325 Miles
- Chicago - 340 Miles
- Madison - 200 Miles
- Milwaukee - 245 Miles
- Green Bay - 150 Miles
- Wausau - 60 Miles
- Marshfield - 60 Miles
- Eau Claire - 90 Miles