Price County has a wonderfully varied landscape. The southern half of the county is a mix of forests and rolling hills, making for some remarkable scenery. The northern half of the county is made up of lush woodlands and free-running creeks and rivers. The mountain biker will find many secluded trails to enjoy, and the touring bicyclist will appreciate the variety of scenery and terrain on the quiet roadways.
Throughout this site:
(M) means trail suitable for mountain bicycling
(T) means trail suitable for tour bicycling
Price County has a number of resorts and camping options. You'll also find motels in the larger towns, such as Prentice, Park Falls and Phillips. There are many excellent cafes, supper clubs and restaurants - be sure to check out the Friday night fish frys. Price County has a wide array of specialty shops and galleries throughout the county, so save some time for shopping.
Wisconsin Concrete Park
The fascinating and sometimes bizarre sculpture creations of artist Fred Smith. Located south of Phillips just off Highway 13.
Old Town Hall Museum
Lots of information and artifacts relating to logging in the Northwoods. Located on Highway 13 in the center of Fifield. Open June through Labor Day, Friday & Sunday.
Canoe or Kayak the Flambeau River
The Flambeau River is famous for its pristine surroundings and awesome whitewater. Canoe and kayak rentals and public landings can be found throughout Price County.
Smith Rapids Covered Bridge
See this beautiful covered bridge over the South Fork of the Flambeau River in the heart of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Just 12 miles east of Fifield on Forest Road 148, just north of Highway 70.
Round Lake Logging Dam
An amazing reconstruction of the historic 1800s logging dam. From Fifield, travel east on Highway 70 for 16 miles to Forest Road 144. Go north on Forest Road 144 for 2 1/2 miles and turn right into the parking area.
Jump River Valley Historical Museum
Learn about life in 1800s Price County. Open June through August on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month. Located in the Catawba Town Hall, W9224 Highway 8 in Catawba.
Knox Creek Heritage Center
Turn of the century farmstead with many buildings including the Keto House, a typical logging camp from the 1800's complete with kitchen and bunk room. Call 715-564-2520 for more information. Located at N4517 West Knox Road in Brantwood, just off of Highway 8 in southern Price County.
Prentice History Walk & Tour
Tour the charming Village of Prentice and learn of the community’s history through 17 informational markers.