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.
From soaking up the summer sun to hitting the trails after a fresh snowfall, Wisconsin has no shortage of activities for every season. Here's an idea of what the weather in this area is like to help get your planning started!