Nestled in north-central Wisconsin, Price County is an outdoor lover’s paradise. You’re sure to stay busy with hundreds of miles of motorized and non-motorized four-season trails, the magnificent Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, and thousands of acres of state and county parks. And for those who enjoy water activities, there are 98 lakes, 45 streams and three major rivers waiting to be fished, kayaked, canoed, and played in. Price County is also home to the highest geographical point in Wisconsin at Timm’s Hill County Park, perfect for grand views of the area, and Wisconsin’s Concrete Park, featuring incredible concrete sculptures.
Classic Scenic Drive.
Watch for birds and other wildlife along RR-105, which winds through the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Don’t miss a trip down RR-62 east of Ogema to Timm’s Hill County Park, the highest point in the state of Wisconsin. Depending on the season you should bring along your hiking boots, bike, cross-country skis or snowshoes These drives are especially beautiful in the fall when the forests are ablaze with fall color.
Your child will always remember...
Experiencing “absolutely the best family time” surrounded by nature at Solberg Lake County Park and Campground. Once you set up camp, you’ll soon realize that fishing piers, sandy beaches, nature trails, campfires, s’mores and stargazing are welcome distractions from everyday life.
Must see attractions:
Fred Smith’s Wisconsin Concrete Park is an outdoor museum which has made visitors stand in awe for more than 60 years. Smith created a whimsical sculpture environment featuring over 237 embellished concrete sculptures.
Find fun here...
It doesn’t matter what your definition of fun is, Price County has a trail for that. With over 200 miles of challenging ATV, UTV and off-road motorcycle trail and 500 miles of groomed snowmobile trail, motorized sports enthusiasts will feel a rush cruising along our network of trails. Silent sport enthusiasts can share in the fun with a multitude of land and water based trails that provide opportunities to hike, bike, horseback ride, canoe, kayak, cross-country ski and snowshoe.
Fishing? You’ll catch the big one if you...
Wet a line! Wise anglers will tell you that a day on the water is a great way to learn new skills, have fun and connect with family, friends or just yourself. Our incredible diversity of lakes, rivers and streams provide opportunities to fish with the kids or with your fishing buddies. Local guides are eager to assist beginners, or to provide tips to seasoned anglers.