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Events and Activities at Long Lake North in Northern Wisconsin
Celebrations & Festivals The Czechoslovakian Festival, Phillips Fourth of July celebration, Park Falls Flambeau Rama (the first weekend in August), and the Price county Fair (in mid-August, shown above), as well as community festivals in Prentice, Kennan, Catawba, and Ogema are great northwoods' celebrations that draw people from near and far. Flambeau River State Forest and Chequamegon National Forest These areas provide hiking, skiing, snowmobiling and ATV trails for recreational use.  Hunting is great in the forests in and around Price County.   Price County Road Tours The roadways through Price County consist of lightly traveled, heavily forested state and county roads, which provide picture-perfect scenes.  Although a tour is great any time of the year, the fall colors in Price County are too breathtaking to miss and what better way to see these vibrant colors than through an auto, motorcycle, or bicycle tour of the area.  Our area's fall colors begin to show in early September with peak color occurring around October 1st each year. Areas to explore include: •Catawba (18 miles one way) •Fifield:  Cranberry Marsh / Smith Rapids / Round Lake Dam (59 miles round trip) •Flambeau Auto Tour •Kennan:  Big Falls (10 miles one way) •Ogema:  Timm’s Hill (20 miles round trip) •Oxbo (40 miles round trip) •Park Falls:  Turtle-Flambeau Flowage (32 miles round trip) •Phillips:  Musser Lake (25 miles round trip), Solberg Lake (20 miles round trip), or Soo Lake (24 miles round trip) •Prentice or Ogema (25 miles round trip) •Stone Bridges of Southern Price County (50 miles round trip) View the Price County Map, which includes a list of hunter walking trails and is color-coded to show land open to public recreation. The Smith Rapids Covered Bridge The Smith Rapids Covered Bridge is the only glue-laminated Town lattice covered bridge in Wisconsin.  Constructed in 1991, the bridge has an attractive diamond-shaped truss pattern, called the Town lattice.  The pattern was patented in the 1820′s by its designer, Ithiel Town.  The bridge passes over the South Fork of the Flambeau River, a popular destination for canoe enthusiasts.   Timm’s Hill County Park The highest geographical point in Wisconsin, Timm's Hill is nestled in the southeastern part of Price County near Ogema.  At 1,951.5 feet above sea level, the hill and its accompanying park offer many scenic and recreational opportunities.  The park is bordered by Timm’s Lake to the north and Bass Lake to the south.  Both spring-fed lakes exceed depths of 30 feet.  A public fishing pier and beach are located on Bass Lake.  Both lakes boast bass and panfish. Tuscobia Trail Head County Park This day-use park opened in 2000 and is located on the outskirts of the City of Park Falls.  There are two parking lots providing trail access to the 74 mile multi-use Tuscobia State Trail.  ATV riding is allowed May 15th through November 15th on the 62 mile stretch of trail from Park Falls to Birchwood, and snowmobile riding is allowed early to mid-December through March 31, weather permitting.  Other trail uses include hiking, biking, horseback riding, and snowshoeing. Wisconsin Concrete Park This magnificent park has been selected as one of the Seven Wisconsin Man-made Wonders!  In 1950, at the age of 65, Price County native, Fred Smith, began construction of what is known today as The Wisconsin Concrete Park.  Smith, a lumberjack, tavern owner, farmer, and dance hall musician, created over 200 figures depicting his vision of the local culture and the world.  His work is considered one of America’s most unique displays of folk art.
Price County Fair Price County Autumn Colors
Snowmobiling With 500 miles of meticulously groomed trails, Price County offers many unique ways to enjoy your snowmobile adventure in the Northwoods!  Discover trails through the 800,000 acre Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest; the Tuscobia State Trail from Park Falls to Rice Lake; the Pine Line Trail from Prentice to Medford, including a side trip to Timm’s Hill; and numerous connecting trails.  Fine dining opportunities are along all the trails, as well. Download the trail map. Boating, Canoeing, and other Water Fun Enjoy boating, water skiing, and other fun in the many lakes around the area.  The North and South Forks of the Flambeau are premier canoe destinations.  Slough Gundy, located in the Flambeau River State Forest, is a great spot for a picnic, fishing, or viewing the rugged whitewater of the South Fork of the Flambeau River.  Below Slough Gundy is Little Falls.
"Thank you for opening up your condo for our family to enjoy. It was very pleasant and the view was awesome. All three children enjoyed their time here as well. Tyler really enjoyed the paddle boat and kayak."  -Jay, Renee, Chris, Caitlynn, and Tyler    "Thanks for letting us use your beautiful condo and for your great hospitality."   -Tom & Cliff Bald Eagle in Phillips, Wisconsin Wisconsin Concrete Park in Price County Over 500 miles of groomed snowmobile trails in Price County, Wisconsin Boat, canoe, or enjoy other water fun!
Cross County Skiing Price County has nine groomed cross country ski trails offering almost 80 miles of trails for your enjoyment.  Trails vary in difficulty with something for every type of skier.  You will also find a variety of beautiful scenery and wildlife to enhance your skiing experience.  There are also dedicated trails in the Chequamegon and Flambeau River Forests.   Fishing The county is an angler’s paradise with unlimited opportunities to fish for walleye, musky, northern pike, bass, trout, and many varieties of pan fish.  Beginning in early September, anglers will enjoy the four week sturgeon season.  With so many fishing options in Price County, anglers can try several waters during their stay.  During the winter, ice fishing is a very popular sport in the area, especially for pan fish, walleye, and northern. Golfing Depending on Mother Nature, the season typically runs from mid-April through mid-October.  Don’t miss your opportunity to enjoy the fresh air, outstanding scenery, and play three quality courses in Price County. Hunting Hunting opportunities abound in Price County.  The county holds some of the best public hunting lands in the state with approximately 150,000 acres of Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, 30,000 acres of State-owned property and 90,000 acres of Price County Forest.  With acres of managed habitat developed in conjunction with the Ruffed Grouse Society, there’s no better place to hunt ruffed grouse than Price County.  Whether hunting for white- tailed deer, wild turkey, ruffed grouse, black bear, bird species, or small game, you'll find them all here.
Enjoy many fishing opportuities in our many area lakes!
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Long Lake North | Phillips, Wisconsin Premiere Vacation Rental Events and Activities at Long Lake North in Northern Wisconsin "Thank you for opening up your condo for our family to enjoy. It was very pleasant and the view was awesome. All three children enjoyed their time here as well. Tyler really enjoyed the paddle boat and kayak."  -Jay, Renee, Chris, Caitlynn, and Tyler    "Thanks for letting us use your beautiful condo and for your great hospitality."   -Tom & Cliff Celebrations & Festivals  The Czechoslovakian Festival, Phillips Fourth of July celebration, Park Falls Flambeau Rama (the first weekend in August), and the Price county Fair (in mid-August, shown above), as well as community festivals in Prentice, Kennan, Catawba, and Ogema are great northwoods' celebrations that draw people from near and far.  Flambeau River State Forest and Chequamegon National Forest  These areas provide hiking, skiing, snowmobiling and ATV trails for recreational use.  Hunting is great in the forests in and around Price County.    Price County Road Tours  The roadways through Price County consist of lightly traveled, heavily forested state and county roads, which provide picture-perfect scenes.  Although a tour is great any time of the year, the fall colors in Price County are too breathtaking to miss and what better way to see these vibrant colors than through an auto, motorcycle, or bicycle tour of the area.  Our area's fall colors begin to show in early September with peak color occurring around October 1st each year.   Areas to explore include:  •Catawba (18 miles one way) •Fifield:  Cranberry Marsh / Smith Rapids / Round Lake Dam (59 miles round trip) •Flambeau Auto Tour •Kennan:  Big Falls (10 miles one way) •Ogema:  Timm’s Hill (20 miles round trip) •Oxbo (40 miles round trip) •Park Falls:  Turtle-Flambeau Flowage (32 miles round trip) •Phillips:  Musser Lake (25 miles round trip), Solberg Lake (20 miles round trip), or Soo Lake (24 miles round trip) •Prentice or Ogema (25 miles round trip) •Stone Bridges of Southern Price County (50 miles round trip)  View the Price County Map, which includes a list of hunter walking trails and is color-coded to show land open to public recreation.  The Smith Rapids Covered Bridge  The Smith Rapids Covered Bridge is the only glue-laminated Town lattice covered bridge in Wisconsin.  Constructed in 1991, the bridge has an attractive diamond-shaped truss pattern, called the Town lattice.  The pattern was patented in the 1820′s by its designer, Ithiel Town.  The bridge passes over the South Fork of the Flambeau River, a popular destination for canoe enthusiasts.    Timm’s Hill County Park  The highest geographical point in Wisconsin, Timm's Hill is nestled in the southeastern part of Price County near Ogema.  At 1,951.5 feet above sea level, the hill and its accompanying park offer many scenic and recreational opportunities.  The park is bordered by Timm’s Lake to the north and Bass Lake to the south.  Both spring-fed lakes exceed depths of 30 feet.  A public fishing pier and beach are located on Bass Lake.  Both lakes boast bass and panfish.  Tuscobia Trail Head County Park  This day-use park opened in 2000 and is located on the outskirts of the City of Park Falls.  There are two parking lots providing trail access to the 74 mile multi-use Tuscobia State Trail.  ATV riding is allowed May 15th through November 15th on the 62 mile stretch of trail from Park Falls to Birchwood, and snowmobile riding is allowed early to mid-December through March 31, weather permitting.  Other trail uses include hiking, biking, horseback riding, and snowshoeing.    Wisconsin Concrete Park  This magnificent park has been selected as one of the Seven Wisconsin Man-made Wonders!  In 1950, at the age of 65, Price County native, Fred Smith, began construction of what is known today as The Wisconsin Concrete Park.  Smith, a lumberjack, tavern owner, farmer, and dance hall musician, created over 200 figures depicting his vision of the local culture and the world.  His work is considered one of America’s most unique displays of folk art.  Snowmobiling  With 500 miles of meticulously groomed trails, Price County offers many unique ways to enjoy your snowmobile adventure in the Northwoods!  Discover trails through the 800,000 acre Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest; the Tuscobia State Trail from Park Falls to Rice Lake; the Pine Line Trail from Prentice to Medford, including a side trip to Timm’s Hill; and numerous connecting trails.  Fine dining opportunities are along all the trails, as well. Over 500 miles of groomed snowmobile trails in Price County, Wisconsin
Download the trail map.
Boating, Canoeing, and other Water Fun  Enjoy boating, water skiing, and other fun in the many lakes around the area.  The North and South Forks of the Flambeau are premier canoe destinations.  Slough Gundy, located in the Flambeau River State Forest, is a great spot for a picnic, fishing, or viewing the rugged whitewater of the South Fork of the Flambeau River.  Below Slough Gundy is Little Falls.     Cross County Skiing  Price County has nine groomed cross country ski trails offering almost 80 miles of trails for your enjoyment.  Trails vary in difficulty with something for every type of skier.  You will also find a variety of beautiful scenery and wildlife to enhance your skiing experience.  There are also dedicated trails in the Chequamegon and Flambeau River Forests.    Fishing  The county is an angler’s paradise with unlimited opportunities to fish for walleye, musky, northern pike, bass, trout, and many varieties of pan fish.  Beginning in early September, anglers will enjoy the four week sturgeon season.  With so many fishing options in Price County, anglers can try several waters during their stay.  During the winter, ice fishing is a very popular sport in the area, especially for pan fish, walleye, and northern.  Golfing  Depending on Mother Nature, the season typically runs from mid-April through mid-October.  Don’t miss your opportunity to enjoy the fresh air, outstanding scenery, and play three quality courses in Price County.  Hunting  Hunting opportunities abound in Price County.  The county holds some of the best public hunting lands in the state with approximately 150,000 acres of Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, 30,000 acres of State-owned property and 90,000 acres of Price County Forest.  With acres of managed habitat developed in conjunction with the Ruffed Grouse Society, there’s no better place to hunt ruffed grouse than Price County.  Whether hunting for white-tailed deer, wild turkey, ruffed grouse, black bear, bird species, or small game, you'll find them all here.
Enjoy every northwoods season at Long Lake North, Phillips, Wisconsin