"I enjoyed myself so much and hope to come back every year!" -Heidi
During your spring, summer or fall vacation at Palmquist Farm, be sure to check out these other local attractions. Most of them are just a short 20-30 minute drive away!
These towns have great restaurants, cafes, shops, and a variety of activities within easy driving distance of Palmquist Farm.
Northwoods Biking has general information about biking on roads and trails in Price, Lincoln and Vilas counties in Northern Wisconsin.
The Pine Line trail, trailhead located in Buccaneer Park in Prentice. Trail is 26.2 miles long and stretches from Prentice to Medford along an old rail line.
Holy Cross trail, located 7.5 miles north of Phillips. Features rolling terrain through a variety of timber types
Timm’s Hill trail, located east of Ogema. Very hilly terrain around Wisconsin’s highest point.
High Point trail, near Timm’s Hill and connects with Timm’s Hill trail, so terrain is similar.
The Price County visitor’s website has a list of general horseback riding locations, including state parks.
Holy Cross trail, located 7.5 miles north of Phillips, has recently been developed specifically for horseback riding. Features rolling terrain through a variety of timber types.
Timm’s Hill trail, located east of Ogema, allows horses on their trails from May 1st to November 15th. The very hilly terrain surrounds Wisconsin’s highest point. Horses cannot be ridden in Timm’s Hill park itself, but you can unload your horses by the hitching post in the parking area on the east side of Bass Lake to access the trail.
The Brigadoon Winery in Tripoli makes and sells a variety of wines, fruit wines, jams, and other gifts.
The 5 Senses in Phillips sells a variety of gift items including wine.
Silver Birch Super Club is located at Taylor Ln Tomahawk, WI 54487. It’s our favorite super club! It’s a charming place with a great atmosphere and amazing, local food. You’ll find the owner behind the bar most nights, wearing one of her amazing hats. Call 715-453-2025 for reservations.
Besse's on Clear Lake is located at W6095 US Hwy 8 in Tomahawk. The food is consistently good and the atmosphere is quaint and cozy. Located on a beautiful lake with an outside deck that you can sit on while waiting for your meal. Call 715-453-2339 for more information.
Bonnie’s Café, located on Lake Ave. Phillips WI, is a hole in the wall diner with a small town eatery vibe.
Solberg Lake County Park & Campground, located north of Phillips just off Old Hwy. 13. on W. Solberg Lake Road. Features large sand beach, playground, boat landing, drinking water, toilets, picnic tables, grills, shelter, horseshoes, volleyball, fishing, and hiking trails. Visit the website or contact Price County Forestry Department at 715-339-6371.
Timm's Hill County Park, located near Ogema. Take Hwy. 13 to County Hwy. 86 to County Road CC to RR. Features sand beach, playground, boat landing, drinking water, toilets, picnic tables, fishing, hiking trails, grills, shelter, and electricity. Visit the website or call Price County Forestry Department at 715-339-6371.
Price County features many fishing lakes for both boating and shore fishing. Visit the Price County website for information on locations, permits, and regulations.
Price County has more than 75 lakes with boat access. To see a list of lakes, visit the Price County website and scroll down to Price County.
Flambeau Sports Outfitters in Phillips offers canoe and kayak rentals. Call 715-339-2012 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for rates and information.
Tomahawk Sports Center in Tomahawk rents a wide range of motor boats, canoes, and pedal boats. Call 715-453-5373 or email email@example.com for current rates and information.
Wave Rentals & Marine in Minocqua offers fishing and pontoon boat rentals with available delivery. Call 715-356-5401 for more information.
Four Seasons Antique Mall, located in Marshfield, is Central Wisconsin’s largest antique mall.
Phillips, WI has a nice small town main street with lots of antique and Northwoods shops. Check out the Tamarack Shack for antiques or The Crazy Loon for outdoor adventure goods. Go here for a compete list of shops.
Tomahawk, WI also has a great main street with shops. Our favorite is Traditions, located at 214 West Wisconsin Ave. Tomahawk, WI 54487. It’s more of a junk shop than serious antique retailer, but you can find some great stuff for a great price. Go here for all shop listings.
Homespun Coffee & Crafts offers a variety of coffee drinks, ice cream, and breakfast and lunch items. They are also a gift shop.
Hill of Beans Coffee Shop near Ogema and Timm's Hill features many different hot drinks, including coffee, espresso, tea, and hot chocolate, plus hot sandwiches and soup.
What’s Brewin, located at 16 W Ave, Tomahawk, WI 54487. Great place for coffee or tea. Sit by yourself while reading a book or browsing the web. The décor is shabby chic, old recycled tables and chairs. Everything they serve is homemade and made from scratch.
Prentice Golf Club in Prentice offers a 9-hole course. Call 715-428-2127 for more information.
Westwood Golf Course is located in Phillips and features a 9-hole course and offers dining from Sandtrap Bar & Grill.
Northwood Golf Club in Rhinelander features a highly-rated 18-hole public course and Mulligan’s Restaurant & Pub.
Trapp River Golf in Wausau features an 18-hole public course and pro shop.
Holiday Acres Riding Academy & Miniature Golf is located in Minocqua.
Settlers Mill Adventure Golf is located in Minocqua.
Kastle-Rock Miniature Golf is located in Woodruff.
Tommy O’s Playhouse, located at PO Box 395 Hazelhurst, WI 54531, is one of only a handful of revolving repertory theaters left in the country.
Northwoods Players, based out of Phillips, is a community theater group that produces several shows per year. Visit their website to see the current season or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Nicolet Players in Rhinelander is an educational community theater company. The group performs several shows throughout the year. Visit their website for more information about current productions.
Hodag Lanes in Rhinelander offers a full-service bowling alley complete with bar and grill.
St. Urho/S. Patrick’s Day Celebration is held every year on St. Patrick’s Day in Brantwood. This Finnish-American holiday is based on the legend of St. Urho casting frogs and grasshoppers out of Finland.
Polka Fest, held in the spring in Butternut, features polka music and a polka church service.
Prentice Progress Days, held in late summer in Prentice, features softball and volleyball tournament, parade, rides, live music, horse pull, food, and more.
Taste of Tomahawk, held in March, in Tomahawk, offers a microbrew and wine tasting festival at Inshalla Country Club sponsored by the Tomahawk Chamber of Commerce.
Hodag Country Festival, held in July in Rhinelander, is a country music festival featuring many popular country artists.
Pow-Wow Days, an annual 4th of July celebration in Tomahawk, features a 5k/10k run, children's games, parade, water fights with fire department, music, and fireworks.
Christmas Tree Festival, held in September in Ogema, features a parade, arts & crafts sale, farmers market, food and other refreshments.