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.
Winter Wine Tasting
Sample a selection of new wines and other specialty products at this family-owned business specializing in quality, gourmet items including a large variety of...
Elk River Pioneers Poker Run & Picnic
February 19 - February 20
Ride the snowmobile trails or drive your vehicle to designated locations and collect cards for the best poker hand; register at Birch Island Resort, Corner...
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...
The Solberg Trail is located northwest of Phillips on the Price County Forest and Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest (CNNF). It is a multi-use trail and is...
Countryside Artists' Gallery & Gifts
Gallery & gift shop of unique hand-crafted items located in the Historic Smith House, former home of Fred Smith, the creator of the Wisconsin Concrete Park...
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...
Full service restaurant, home cooking at it's best! Have the daily special or choose from a variety of menu choices, plus homemade pie and breakfast served all...
This friendly, local tavern offers a full liquor bar and a laid back atmosphere. Stop by to watch sports or relax on the patio. Now serving food - burgers,...
Harbor View Pub & Eatery
Overlooking beautiful Long Lake; full bar & menu, pizza/spaghetti/salad buffet Wed noon-2pm, 3 level deck with outside dining available; docking available for...
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...
These Sleds Are Made for Fun
Things to Do
In other parts of the world, a foot of snow dumped overnight and 40-below wind chill are sound reasons to pull the shades, crank up the heat, and turn on the...
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.