Wisconsin Concrete Park

Fred Smith's Wisconsin Concrete Park delights visitors with more than 200 figures of mythical and real characters encountered by Smith during his lifetime as a logger, farmer, tavern owner, and musician. At age 65, the self-taught artist began filling his front yard with statues of Paul Bunyan, Kit Carson, Abe Lincoln, Sacajawea, Statue of Liberty, Ben Hur, plus many more. The statues are displayed in a park-like setting. The Countryside Artist's Gallery & Gifts located on the premises in the historic Smith Family house is open seasonally, hours are 10am-4pm. The park also offers a short hiking/nature trail. The park is a preservation project of the Kohler Foundation, Inc. The parking area is plowed in the winter.

Hours of Operation

Open year-round dawn to dusk.


Hwy 13 one-half mile south of Phillips

Free Admission

  • Yes


  • Disabled Access
  • Pets Welcome/Inquire

Trail Length (miles)

  • 1/2

History/Heritage Type

  • Wisconsin History

Museum/Gallery Type

  • Other

State Historic Sign Site

  • Yes