Spring Creek Wildlife Area

The Spring Creek Wildlife Area includes 4 waterfowl flowages totaling 220 acres of water at full capacity, 261 acres of aspen, 156 acres of upland brush, 200 acres of lowland brush, 150 acres of conifer and muskeg and 16 acres of fallow field/grassland. Recreational activities include auto travel, birding, canoeing, cross country skiing (no designated trail or grooming), fishing, hunting, hiking, trapping, wild edibles/gathering and wildlife viewing.


Located 8 miles southwest of Phillips in Price County. Take Hwy 13 South from Phillips to Hwy 111. Go approximately 5 miles to Pioneer Rd then approximately one-half mile to Hladish Rd.

Free Admission

  • Yes


  • On Water

Hunting Type

  • Deer
  • Duck
  • Goose
  • Turkey
  • Small Game
  • Black bear
  • Ruffed Grouse

Fish Type

  • Northern Pike
  • Panfish

Fishing style

  • Inland Lake / River

Natural Attractions Type

  • Parks, Forests, Trails