Communities of Price County
The small towns of Price County offer visitors a variety of lodging, dining, shopping and service services. Each community has its own special character and places to explore.
The largest city in Price County and “Ruffed Grouse Capital of the World,” Park Falls. Learn more.
The county seat of Price County, Phillips is home to the Wisconsin Concrete Park. Learn more.
Located in southern Price County, Prentice is the northern trailhead of the Pine Line Rail Trail, a popular hiking, bicycling snowmobiling destination. Learn more.
This community situated between Phillips and Park Falls is surrounded by the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Learn more.
Ogema & Spirit
Located between Ogema and the Town of Spirit is Timm’s Hill County Park, site of the highest geographical point in Wisconsin and miles of silent sports trails.
Kennan & Catawba
Area attractions include the Jump River Valley Historical Society in Catawba and the Big Falls County Park & Campground, located just south of Kennan.
This small community is set on the banks of the South Fork of the Flambeau River and home to Boars Rapids and Rocky Carry Rapids.
Located in southwest Price County, this small town is home to the Knox Creek Heritage Center, which is an affiliate of the Wisconsin State Historical Society.