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.

In fact, 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. In addition to grouse, you’ll find white-tailed deer, black bear, wild turkey and small game and bird species.
  1. Guides

    See the guides in Price County.

  2. Game Species

    View the different types of animals that you can hunt in Price County.

  3. Rifle Ranges

    Peruse the rifle ranges in the area.

  4. Walking Trails for Hunters

    These walking trails are generally well-maintained and mowed regularly to insure high quality game food can continue to flourish.

  5. Hunting Reports

    Area hunting guide reports and observations.