About Our Area


Spring & Summer


Boating & Canoeing


For the canoeist, from the city of Park Falls to the Big Falls Dam, the North Fork and a short stretch of the main branch of the Flambeau River offer a combination of Class 1 and 2 rapids and long stretches of flat water. It's the perfect mix for novice and intermediate whitewater canoeists, who mostly focus on the scenic and rough-and-tuble stretches of the North Fork.


The Middle Flambeau begins near Nine Mile Creek. For about 50 miles, the river flows within the Flambeau State Forest. The land along the river is managed to preserve and enhance its wilderness appeal.


Established landings for starting and take-out points are:


·         Turtle Flambeau Dam

·         Holt's Landing

·         Agenda Landing

·         Blanchard's Landing

·         Upper Dam Park Falls

·         Lower Dam Park Falls

·         Pixley Dam

·         Crowley Dam

·         Nine Mile Creek on State Highway 70

·         Dead Man's Slough of Highway 70

·         Oxbo Resort Landing/Dix-Dox Landing on Highway 70

·         the bridge crossing on County Trunk "W" at the Flambeau River State Headquarters

·         Camp 41

·         Beaver Dam Landing.





Check the Fishing Report to learn which fish are moving. Area lakes are filled with:


·         Northern Pike

·         Bass

·         Musky

·         Walleyes

·         Panfish Fishing Report




The Flambeau Trails System is an interconnecting network of trails which vary in length from less than one mile to over 23 miles. Lakes, streams and the South Fork of the Flambeau River are accessible from the Flambeau Trails.


The Tuscobia State Trail is an abandoned rail corridor turned recreational trail. From Park Falls in the heart of Price County, riders can travel non-stop to Birchwood located on the western-most edge of Sawyer County. It is the connecting bloodline to several other area trails. Parking areas with loading/unloading ramp are located on both the north and south ends of the trail.


The Flambeau River State Forest Trail gives access to 90,000 acres of forest land along two branches of the scenic Flambeau River. The Dead Horse Run Trail offers a vast array of terrain types.


The Georgetown Trail is located entirely in the Price County Forest, with a mostly gravel surface. Parking areas with loading/unloading ramp are located on both the north and south ends of the trail.


The Solberg Lake Trail connects the Flambeau Trail to Solberg Lake in the southern part of the county.


Price County Trail Map


Source: Park Falls Chamber of Commerce: www.parkfalls.com




River frontage.