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.
Comfort Cove Resort & Campground
Two- and three-bedroom, air-conditioned cabins and a new three-bedroom, two-bath, log home with fireplace. All with free WI-FI and satellite TV. Seasonal RV...
Phillips Chain-O-Lakes Campground
Campsites are available for use beginning the opening weekend of fishing season. Located on Elk Lake; 20 campsites with electricity, picnic tables, and fire...
Brumley's Resort is the perfect Northwoods retreat! The cabins, which are available from May through November, are newly remodeled but have retained their...
Subway - Phillips
Whatever you're in the mood for, SUBWAY® has a wide variety of subs, salads, and sides to choose from as well as breakfast sandwiches, Flatizza™, chips, apple...
Birch Island Resort, Bar & Grill
Three cabins; full bar & restaurant; game room; year-round activities and fun! Dining options include a full menu of items cooked to perfection; choose from a...
Phillips Cafe & Catering
Good home cooking at reasonable prices. Serving the Phillips, Wisconsin area for over 30 years. Full service restaurant and catering, daily specials,...
Only-in-Wisconsin New Year’s Celebrations
Fairs & Festivals
Wisconsin has always had its own way of celebrating, and New Year’s is no exception. We’ve got a few suggestions that will make a memorable mark.
7 Man-Made Wonders of Northwest Wisconsin
History & Heritage
While every region has far more man-made wonders than can be mentioned in one article, here is a handful open year-round for you to check out during your next...