PRICE COUNTY: WHERE EVERY DAY LIFE FEELS LIKE A VACATION There are three main population areas in Price County. Those locations include Phillips, Park Falls, and Prentice. We invite you to explore more information about these towns, which are wonderful areas to live and work. The small town flavor and natural beauty of the northwoods is a perfect place for those in their early 20s searching for a place to start their life, a young family yearning for outdoor activities, or an older person wanting a quieter place to retire. Many visitors and residents remark that the area is filled with friendly people, and they state they enjoy getting away from the “big city” life to enjoy a simpler life in Price County. We invite you to explore what Price County has to offer. If you are interested in starting a business in Price County and need financing, a brochure of helpful information is available. PRICE COUNTY: AN OUTDOOR WONDERLAND Price County has 18,000 acres of water. The Phillips Chain of Lakes, Flambeau River, and Pike Lake Chain are just some of the many amazing waterways you will find in Price County. Fish for bass, muskie, perch, pike, sturgeon, sunfish, and walleye. With over 340,000 acres of public land, including the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Flambeau River State Park, and the Price County Forest, you will be able to hunt and hike at your leisure. Bear, deer, rabbits, ruffed grouse, and wild turkey are just some of the animals you will find in Price County. Solberg Trail, Flambeau River State Forest Trail, Flambeau Trail System, Tuscobia State Trail, and Georgetown Trail are part of the snowmobile trail systems that stretch over 500 miles. If you prefer ATV, UTV, or off-road motorcycle trails, you will find over 200 miles in the Tuscobia State Trail, Doc Frye Memorial Trail, Pine Line Rail Trail, and various federal and county forest trails. With over 1,000 miles of trails to bike, cross-country ski, hike, snowshoe, or ride your horse, Price County has something special to offer every outdoor enthusiast! PHILLIPS AREA Phillips is the county seat of Price County and is home to the county’s courthouse. As of the 2010 Census, there were 1,478 people, 695 households, and 338 families residing in the city limits. The 54555 zip code has about 4,788 citizens as of 2015. The City of Phillips offers helpful information for new and current residents. Neighboring towns include Kennan and Catawba. Children in Phillips, Kennan, and Catawba are typically served by the School District of Phillips. View the Wikipedia pages for Phillips, Kennan, and Catawba. There are a number of features to enjoy in Phillips. Many citizens have worked together over the last few years to upgrade certain areas in our city, including our parks. Phillips: Elk Lake Park Located on County Road H just off of Hwy. 13, Elk Lake Park has become the busiest park in Phillips. Its pavilion has an open area with picnic tables, a kitchen, and restrooms. There is a boat launch to enter Elk Lake, along with various fishing piers and docks along the lake. You can also enjoy basketball courts, disc golf, a volleyball court, and a playground. The Forward Splash Pad is also located in Elk Lake Park, for young and those young-at-heart to enjoy during the hot summer days. The Prevail Stage hosts Music in the Park every Thursday evening in July and August. Starting in 2021, the Independence Day fireworks were held in Elk Lake Park. It is also home to the arts & crafts fair held during the 4th of July celebrations. Winterfest’s bonfire also takes place in the park. Events can be found in My Price County’s “Events in Price County” calendar throughout the year. Phillips: Chain-O-Lakes Campground On the other side of Elk Lake, just off County Road H, is the public campground. It features a covered shelter near the lake, a piece of playground equipment, the city beach, and indoor bathrooms & showers. Each campsite also has a fire ring. Phillips: Sokol Park Home to the Lidice Monument, this park is located on the corner of Fifield and Ash Streets and also features a playground and picnic area. The Lidice Monument is on the state and national registries of historic places. The monument is in memory of Lidice, a village in Czechoslovakia, which was destroyed by the Nazi Gestapo on June 10, 1942. Men were shot and killed and women and children were taken to concentration camps. On June 24, 1942, Lezaky fell to the Nazi Regime, with all inhabitants being shot and killed. The marker remembers both tragedies. Many Czechoslovakian people first settled in Phillips making this monument a significant piece of history. Phillips: Forward Park Located on First Street off of Flambeau Avenue, this park has three softball / baseball fields. Phillips: Wisconsin Concrete Park The late Fred Smith, a local artist, created various sculptures out of wooden frames wrapped with mink wire, cement, broken glass, and other objects. Along with viewing the statues, you can also enjoy hiking on a nature trail around the park. Phillips: Bostrom Park This park is located along Hwy. 13 next to Long Lake. It is home to the historic steam engine and a tribute to the Phillips fire of 1894. Kennan: Big Falls County Park Big Falls County Park is located in Kennan in the southwest corner of Price County. It is home to tall white and red pine trees that flank the Jump River which flows around huge granite rocks. We are developing this section. If you have a nice photo of this park that you would allow us to use, please e-mail that information to us. Kennan: Memorial Park This park features a baseball & softball diamond, horseshoes, a volleyball court, a playground, and restrooms. We are developing this section. If you have a nice photo of this park that you would allow us to use, please e-mail that information to us. Catawba: Village of Catawba Park This park features a baseball and softball diamond, horseshoes, a volleyball court, picnic tables, a playground, and a shelter with restrooms. We are developing this section. If you have a nice photo of this park that you would allow us to use, please e-mail that information to us. PARK FALLS AREA As of the 2010 Census, there were 2,462 people, 1,096 households, and 622 families residing in the city limits. The 54552 zip code has about 4,105 citizens as of 2015. The City of Park Falls offers helpful information for new and current residents. A neighboring town to Park Falls is Fifield. Children in these areas are typically served by the Chequamegon School District. View the Wikipedia pages for Park Falls and Fifield. There are a number of features to enjoy in Park Falls and surrounding areas. We are developing this section. If you have photos and more information to add, please e-mail that information to us. Park Falls: Triangle Park Located on 3rd Avenue South, this park is the busiest one in the city, home to many community events. It features a pavilion with restrooms. The community Christmas tree is alight every December. Park Falls: Preisler Park Preisler Park, on North 3rd Avenue, features and indoor ice arena, outdoor ice skating rink in the winter, and a skate park. Park Falls: Tourist Park Located on Sherry Avenue, you can enjoy a covered shelter, playground equipment, tables, and grills. Park Falls: Hines Park Hines Park, located on Saunders Avenue along the Flambeau River, features two fishing piers, a boat launch, a playground, basketball courts, volleyball courts, and restrooms. Take a short walk on the trail to Riverside Park to find picnic tables, grills, and a pier. Park Falls: Tuscobia Trailhead Park At the beginning of the Tuscobia Recreational Trail is Tuscobia Trailhead Park. This trail is available to riders of ATVs, UTVs, and snowmobiles. Hikers, runners, and bikers also enjoy this trail. The park features a playground, baseball and soccer field, an ATV unloading ramp, and restrooms. Park Falls: Southside Park Southside Park, on 11th Street South, is a wooded park with a baseball and soccer field, a playground, and a covered shelter. It is located on an ATV and snowmobile route. Fifield: Movrich Memorial Community Park Movrich Memorial Community Park is the busiest park, featuring a beautiful view of the Flambeau River, a canoe and kayak landing, fishing opportunities, a playground, a volleyball court, a basketball court, horseshoes, picnic tables, a grill, and a pavilion with restrooms. A number of community events are held in this park. Fifield: Veterans Park Located on Hwy. 13, south of Fifield, this park featured a canoe and kayak landing, fishing opportunities, picnic tables, a grill, and restrooms. PRENTICE AREA As of the 2010 Census, there were 660 people, 293 households, and 180 families residing in the village limits. The 54556 zip code has about 1,231 citizens as of 2015. The Village of Prentice offers information for new and current residents. A neighboring town to Prentice is Ogema. Children in these areas are typically served by the Prentice School District. View the Wikipedia pages for Prentice and Ogema. There are a number of features to enjoy in Prentice and surrounding areas. We are developing this section. If you have photos and more information to add, please e-mail that information to us. Prentice: Lions Park The busiest park in the village, Lions Park is located on South Street, features a baseball and softball field, volleyball court, horseshoes, playground, picnic tables, and a pavilion with a kitchen and restrooms. Prentice: Buccaneer Pond Located on the corner of Town and Pine Streets, the pond is a great place to swim or fish. There are picnic tables, grills, and restrooms. Prentice: Riverfront Park Located west of Railroad Avenue on the Jump River Reservoir, this park features picnic tables and grills. It is a great place to go fishing. Prentice: Wayside Park There are hiking trails and fishing opportunities at Wayside Park east of Railroad Avenue on Jump River. Ogema: Timm's Hill County Park There is a boat landing and fishing opportunities at the park, along with a grill, picnic shelters, a playground, and nature trails. Snowshoeing and cross country skiing are also popular activities. Experience the changing seasons from May through October by climbing the observation tower at the highest point in Wisconsin. Ogema: Pioneer Park Located on Mill Pond off of Hwy. 86, this park features a baseball and softball field, grill, picnic tables, playground, and pavilion with restrooms. APPROXIMATE POPULATION BY ZIP CODE (YEAR 2015) 54555: Phillips (4,788) 54552: Park Falls (4,105) 54556: Prentice (1,231) 54459: Ogema (1,222) 54524: Fifield (781) 54537: Kennan (537) 54515: Catawba (464) 54513: Brantwood (414) Price County: 13,800 residents (Note: The total is 13,542 if you add the totals above, which differs from the "official" total of 13,800 given some portions of one or two zip codes are in Price County but there was no way to estimate that portion of the population given the information provided. For example, Southern Butternut.)
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PRICE COUNTY: WHERE EVERY DAY LIFE FEELS LIKE A VACATION There are three main population areas in Price County. Those locations include Phillips, Park Falls, and Prentice. We invite you to explore more information about these towns, which are wonderful areas to live and work. The small town flavor and natural beauty of the northwoods is a perfect place for those in their early 20s searching for a place to start their life, a young family yearning for outdoor activities, or an older person wanting a quieter place to retire. Many visitors and residents remark that the area is filled with friendly people, and they state they enjoy getting away from the “big city” life to enjoy a simpler life in Price County. We invite you to explore what Price County has to offer. If you are interested in starting a business in Price County and need financing, a brochure of helpful information is available. PRICE COUNTY: AN OUTDOOR WONDERLAND Price County has 18,000 acres of water. The Phillips Chain of Lakes, Flambeau River, and Pike Lake Chain are just some of the many amazing waterways you will find in Price County. Fish for bass, muskie, perch, pike, sturgeon, sunfish, and walleye. With over 340,000 acres of public land, including the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Flambeau River State Park, and the Price County Forest, you will be able to hunt and hike at your leisure. Bear, deer, rabbits, ruffed grouse, and wild turkey are just some of the animals you will find in Price County. Solberg Trail, Flambeau River State Forest Trail, Flambeau Trail System, Tuscobia State Trail, and Georgetown Trail are part of the snowmobile trail systems that stretch over 500 miles. If you prefer ATV, UTV, or off-road motorcycle trails, you will find over 200 miles in the Tuscobia State Trail, Doc Frye Memorial Trail, Pine Line Rail Trail, and various federal and county forest trails. With over 1,000 miles of trails to bike, cross- country ski, hike, snowshoe, or ride your horse, Price County has something special to offer every outdoor enthusiast! PHILLIPS AREA Phillips is the county seat of Price County and is home to the county’s courthouse. As of the 2010 Census, there were 1,478 people, 695 households, and 338 families residing in the city limits. The 54555 zip code has about 4,788 citizens as of 2015. The City of Phillips offers helpful information for new and current residents. Neighboring towns include Kennan and Catawba. Children in Phillips, Kennan, and Catawba are typically served by the School District of Phillips. View the Wikipedia pages for Phillips, Kennan, and Catawba. There are a number of features to enjoy in Phillips. Many citizens have worked together over the last few years to upgrade certain areas in our city, including our parks. Phillips: Elk Lake Park Located on County Road H just off of Hwy. 13, Elk Lake Park has become the busiest park in Phillips. Its pavilion has an open area with picnic tables, a kitchen, and restrooms. There is a boat launch to enter Elk Lake, along with various fishing piers and docks along the lake. You can also enjoy basketball courts, disc golf, a volleyball court, and a playground. The Forward Splash Pad is also located in Elk Lake Park, for young and those young-at-heart to enjoy during the hot summer days. The Prevail Stage hosts Music in the Park every Thursday evening in July and August. Starting in 2021, the Independence Day fireworks were held in Elk Lake Park. It is also home to the arts & crafts fair held during the 4th of July celebrations. Winterfest’s bonfire also takes place in the park. Events can be found in My Price County’s “Events in Price County” calendar throughout the year. Phillips: Chain-O-Lakes Campground On the other side of Elk Lake, just off County Road H, is the public campground. It features a covered shelter near the lake, a piece of playground equipment, the city beach, and indoor bathrooms & showers. Each campsite also has a fire ring. Phillips: Sokol Park Home to the Lidice Monument, this park is located on the corner of Fifield and Ash Streets and also features a playground and picnic area. The Lidice Monument is on the state and national registries of historic places. The monument is in memory of Lidice, a village in Czechoslovakia, which was destroyed by the Nazi Gestapo on June 10, 1942. Men were shot and killed and women and children were taken to concentration camps. On June 24, 1942, Lezaky fell to the Nazi Regime, with all inhabitants being shot and killed. The marker remembers both tragedies. Many Czechoslovakian people first settled in Phillips making this monument a significant piece of history. Phillips: Forward Park Located on First Street off of Flambeau Avenue, this park has three softball / baseball fields. Phillips: Wisconsin Concrete Park The late Fred Smith, a local artist, created various sculptures out of wooden frames wrapped with mink wire, cement, broken glass, and other objects. Along with viewing the statues, you can also enjoy hiking on a nature trail around the park. Phillips: Bostrom Park This park is located along Hwy. 13 next to Long Lake. It is home to the historic steam engine and a tribute to the Phillips fire of 1894. Kennan: Big Falls County Park Big Falls County Park is located in Kennan in the southwest corner of Price County. It is home to tall white and red pine trees that flank the Jump River which flows around huge granite rocks. We are developing this section. If you have a nice photo of this park that you would allow us to use, please e-mail that information to us. Kennan: Memorial Park This park features a baseball & softball diamond, horseshoes, a volleyball court, a playground, and restrooms. We are developing this section. If you have a nice photo of this park that you would allow us to use, please e-mail that information to us. Catawba: Village of Catawba Park This park features a baseball and softball diamond, horseshoes, a volleyball court, picnic tables, a playground, and a shelter with restrooms. We are developing this section. If you have a nice photo of this park that you would allow us to use, please e-mail that information to us. PARK FALLS AREA As of the 2010 Census, there were 2,462 people, 1,096 households, and 622 families residing in the city limits. The 54552 zip code has about 4,105 citizens as of 2015. The City of Park Falls offers helpful information for new and current residents. A neighboring town to Park Falls is Fifield. Children in these areas are typically served by the Chequamegon School District. View the Wikipedia pages for Park Falls and Fifield. There are a number of features to enjoy in Park Falls and surrounding areas. We are developing this section. If you have photos and more information to add, please e-mail that information to us. Park Falls: Triangle Park Located on 3rd Avenue South, this park is the busiest one in the city, home to many community events. It features a pavilion with restrooms. The community Christmas tree is alight every December. Park Falls: Preisler Park Preisler Park, on North 3rd Avenue, features and indoor ice arena, outdoor ice skating rink in the winter, and a skate park. Park Falls: Tourist Park Located on Sherry Avenue, you can enjoy a covered shelter, playground equipment, tables, and grills. Park Falls: Hines Park Hines Park, located on Saunders Avenue along the Flambeau River, features two fishing piers, a boat launch, a playground, basketball courts, volleyball courts, and restrooms. Take a short walk on the trail to Riverside Park to find picnic tables, grills, and a pier. Park Falls: Tuscobia Trailhead Park At the beginning of the Tuscobia Recreational Trail is Tuscobia Trailhead Park. This trail is available to riders of ATVs, UTVs, and snowmobiles. Hikers, runners, and bikers also enjoy this trail. The park features a playground, baseball and soccer field, an ATV unloading ramp, and restrooms. Park Falls: Southside Park Southside Park, on 11th Street South, is a wooded park with a baseball and soccer field, a playground, and a covered shelter. It is located on an ATV and snowmobile route. Fifield: Movrich Memorial Community Park Movrich Memorial Community Park is the busiest park, featuring a beautiful view of the Flambeau River, a canoe and kayak landing, fishing opportunities, a playground, a volleyball court, a basketball court, horseshoes, picnic tables, a grill, and a pavilion with restrooms. A number of community events are held in this park. Fifield: Veterans Park Located on Hwy. 13, south of Fifield, this park featured a canoe and kayak landing, fishing opportunities, picnic tables, a grill, and restrooms. PRENTICE AREA As of the 2010 Census, there were 660 people, 293 households, and 180 families residing in the village limits. The 54556 zip code has about 1,231 citizens as of 2015. The Village of Prentice offers information for new and current residents. A neighboring town to Prentice is Ogema. Children in these areas are typically served by the Prentice School District. View the Wikipedia pages for Prentice and Ogema. There are a number of features to enjoy in Prentice and surrounding areas. We are developing this section. If you have photos and more information to add, please e-mail that information to us. Prentice: Lions Park The busiest park in the village, Lions Park is located on South Street, features a baseball and softball field, volleyball court, horseshoes, playground, picnic tables, and a pavilion with a kitchen and restrooms. Prentice: Buccaneer Pond Located on the corner of Town and Pine Streets, the pond is a great place to swim or fish. There are picnic tables, grills, and restrooms. Prentice: Riverfront Park Located west of Railroad Avenue on the Jump River Reservoir, this park features picnic tables and grills. It is a great place to go fishing. Prentice: Wayside Park There are hiking trails and fishing opportunities at Wayside Park east of Railroad Avenue on Jump River. Ogema: Timm's Hill County Park There is a boat landing and fishing opportunities at the park, along with a grill, picnic shelters, a playground, and nature trails. Snowshoeing and cross country skiing are also popular activities. Experience the changing seasons from May through October by climbing the observation tower at the highest point in Wisconsin. Ogema: Pioneer Park Located on Mill Pond off of Hwy. 86, this park features a baseball and softball field, grill, picnic tables, playground, and pavilion with restrooms. APPROXIMATE POPULATION BY ZIP CODE (YEAR 2015) 54555: Phillips (4,788) 54552: Park Falls (4,105) 54556: Prentice (1,231) 54459: Ogema (1,222) 54524: Fifield (781) 54537: Kennan (537) 54515: Catawba (464) 54513: Brantwood (414) Price County: 13,800 residents (Note: The total is 13,542 if you add the totals above, which differs from the "official" total of 13,800 given some portions of one or two zip codes are in Price County but there was no way to estimate that portion of the population given the information provided. For example, Southern Butternut.)
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