Phillips displays a fascinating collection of folk art at the Wisconsin Concrete Park. This fanciful outdoor museum features dozens of concrete sculptures festooned with bits of broken glass, ceramics, and stones created between 1949 and 1964 by retired lumberjack Fred Smith. In the southeastern corner of the county, stop at Timm’s Hill County Park; at 1,951.5 feet above sea level it’s the highest point in the state.
Polar Bear Plunge on Long Lake
At 1 pm the "polar bears" will plunge into the icy cold waters of Long Lake; warm up by the big bonfire on the beach, raffles, door prizes, awards and lots of...
Ice Fishing Rumble
Prizes for 1st & 2nd place for longest fish in the following categories: walleye, northern, perch, blue gill & crappie; plus door prizes and raffles; entrance...
Long John's Resort, Bar & Restaurant
Relax and get away to a vacation in Northern Wisconsin. Weather it is spring, summer, winter or fall, Long Johns 4 season resort is open year round. Snowmobile...
The Original Northern Lights Tavern
Northern Lights is the oldest, continuous running tavern in Phillips. The Hahns are the 5th owners in history dating back to the 1890's. Stop in for great...
O's Pizza Place
Pizza, sandwiches, and burgers for dine in, carry out or delivery. Featuring "Chocolate Shoppe" Ice Cream.