Price County, Wisconsin

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  Big Falls:  View Video
Big Falls is in Southwestern Price County.  Our Wisconsin Waterfalls Travel Guide provides detailed directions of where to find the falls along with GPS coordinates of the site.  When needed the travel guide also provides parking availability information, walking trail details and other information about the site.

Cedar Rapids:  View Video
Latitude: 45.91172   Longitude: -90.22462
Cedar Rapids is in the South Fork of the Flambeau River east of Fifield.  From Fifield go east 9.14 miles on Route 70 and turn left on Cedar Rapids Road (Forest Road 149); then go 1.8 miles north on Cedar Rapids Road to the river bridge.  The photo at left was taken from the bridge looking upriver.

Crowley Spillway:  View Video
Latitude: 45.86851   Longitude: -90.58531

Crowley Dam in the Flambeau River is located 7.9 miles west of Fifield, then 0.67 miles north on Crowley Road which dead-ends at the dam.  There is a parking lot at the dam and a path that leads to the river from which you can get a good view of the spillway.

  Fifield Rapids:  View Video
Latitude: 45.87880   Longitude: -90.41636
Fifield Rapids is in the South Fork of the Flambeau River in downtown Fifield.
  From downtown Fifield go east from Route 13 on Route 70 for 4 blocks and turn right on Willow Avenue... in half a block the rapids will be on your left adjacent to the city park.  

Flemings Road Rapids:  View Video
Latitude: 45.68121   Longitude: -90.48684
This rapids is in the Elk River west of Phillips.  It's not a very exciting rapids but if in the area, why not take a look.  From downtown Phillips go west on County Road W 4.9 miles and turn north on Flemings Road... the rapid is just east of the first bridge 0.3 miles north of County Road W.  There are also some smaller rapids downstream from the bridge. 

Foulds Creek Rapids:  View Video
Latitude: 45.88208   Longitude: -90.07693
rom Fifield go 17.3 miles east of Fifield on Route 70 to a bridge over Foulds Creek.  The photo at left was taken from the bridge looking upstream (south).  This appears to be manmade and should probably be called a spillway, but it looks like a rapid... so we are calling it a rapids.  Foulds Creek flows into Pike Lake and eventually drains into the South Fork of the Flambeau River.

Jobes Spillway:
Latitude: 45.68289   Longitude: -90.45209
The picture shown at left is a satellite image of Jobes Spillway, as seen from Google Earth.  This spillway is located at the north end of Jandacek Lane off County Road W just west of Phillips.  Access to the area is by Jandacek Lane, which is a private road and public access is not permitted; the road is clearly marked "For Authorized Personnel Only"... DO NOT TRESPASS!  Trespassing charges are taken seriously by the County Sheriff.  The only way to see this spillway would be by going upriver in a canoe.

Logging Dam Spillway:  View Video
Latitude: 45.92594   Longitude: -90.07922

This spillway drains Round Lake into the South Fork of the Flambeau River. 
From Fifield go 16.63 miles east of Fifield on Route 70 and turn left onto Shady Knoll Road (Forest Road 144); then 2.27 miles north on Shady Knoll Road to right onto Boat Landing Road; then 0.12 miles to left onto Logging Dam Road which leads to a parking lot in 300 yards; then walk east on a path for 200 yards to view the spillway.   

  Lugerville Rapids:  View Video
Latitude: 45.76369   Longitude: -90.52971

From the town of Lugerville go west 0.4 miles on County Road F and turn left onto S. Fork Road; then travel 1.23 miles to a private road on the right to a Boy Scout Camp.  Park in the  parking area prior to entering Boy Scout property; then walk 0.33 miles west on the Boy Scout road to where the road turns left (there will be a camp site on the right from which you can hear the rapids)... work your way thru the woods to see a nice rapids in the South Fork of the Flambeau River. 
Be respectful... this is Private Property... ask for permission from the Boy Scout Camp (known as the Boy Scout Flambeau Canoe Base Camp) to view the rapids!  Information about the Boy Scout Camp can be obtained by calling 1-800-303-2195.

Musser Spillway:  View Video
Latitude: 45.74070   Longitude: -90.28732
From downtown Phillips go 7 miles east on County Road H and turn right on Musser Road.  In 0.43 miles turn left into a parking lot adjacent to the spillway and the Elk River below the dam.  You can walk to the bottom of the spillway from the parking lot to get a good view of the spillway (as shown at left)... or drive to the bridge over the river below and take a picture from the bridge.  

Park Falls Spillway - Lower:  View Video
Latitude: 45.91338   Longitude: -90.44735
This photo was taken from the Route 13 bridge over the Flambeau River that is 1.5 miles south of downtown Park Falls.
 There are no good places to park and no places other than the bridge to get a photo... we went north of the bridge, right on 12th Street, and right on 1st Ave to its end to park.  

Pixley Flowage Spillway:  View Video
Latitude: 45.87986   Longitude: -90.51238
This spillway is just west of Fifield.  From Fifield go 4.45 miles west on Route 70 from Route 13 to a public wayside park that is just west of the spillway. 
From the park you can walk down to the Flambeau River to get a good view of the spillway. 

Prentice Flowage Spillway:  View Video
Latitude: 45.54994   Longitude: -90.28669
This spillway is just east of downtown Prentice.  From the intersection of Routes 13 and 8 go 1.25 miles east on Route 8 and turn right on County Road A (Railroad Avenue); then go 0.22 miles to a parking lot on the left.  Walk south on the railroad tracks (be aware that new state law may make it illegal to walk on railroad right of way) to get a good view of the spillway and the Jump River (south fork) below the spillway. 

Rocky Carry Park Rapids:  View Video
Latitude: 45.78550   Longitude: -90.50071

From downtown Lugerville go north 0.7 miles on Rocky Carrie Road to Rocky Carry Park where there is a small parking lot; then walk northeast (upstream) to view the rapids.  

  Sailor Creek Spillway:  View Video
Latitude: 45.84180   Longitude: -90.39845

This spillway is southeast of Fifield... from Fifield go 1.44 miles east of Route 13 on Route 70 and turn right onto Hicks Landing Road; then go 2.16 miles south to right onto Dam Road; then 0.5 miles to the dam. 

Smith Rapids:  View Video
Latitude: 45.91075   Longitude: -90.17287
Smith Rapids is east of Fifield.  From Route 13 go 12.5 miles east and turn left onto Smith Rapids Road.  Go 1.8 miles north and turn left into Smith Rapids Campground just before the covered bridge.  Park in the picnic area just outside the entrance to the campground and walk north to the Flambeau River (South Fork) to get the photo shown at left.

Solberg Spillway:  View Video
Latitude: 45.74039   Longitude: -90.38006
Solberg is just north of Phillips.  From downtown Phillips and Route 13 go east 1.7 miles on County Road H to E. Solberg Lake Road and turn left; then go north 1.92 miles where E. Solberg Lake Road turns sharply right... go straight at that point onto Solberg Dam Road... in 0.13 miles Solberg Dam Road turns sharply left... park alongside the road and find the walking path that goes northeast from that point and walk 100 yards to the spillway that drains into Squaw Creek.  

Spring Creek Spillway:  View Video
Latitude: 45.58256   Longitude: -90.45959
Spring Creek Spillway is NE of Catawba.  From Catawba go east 1.8 miles on Route 8 and turn left (north) on Route 111; then 5 miles to right onto unnamed road (County J goes left at that point); then right in 0.4 miles on a narrow unnamed road (don't miss it, the road is hard to find... there is a small sign that says "State Wildlife Area")... travel 2 miles down the road (keep straight... do not take any sideroads) where you will find a locked gate across the road.  Walk another 0.8 miles down the road to find this "cute" little spillway... in the summer you will see swans in the waterways.

Sugarbush Rapids:  View Video
Latitude: 45.93826   Longitude: -90.30511

Another rapids in the South Fork of the Flambeau River.  From the town of Park Falls travel 7.3 miles east of Route 13 on Route 182 to right onto Sugar Bush Road (Forest Road 152); then travel 0.56 miles south to a bridge over the river.  The photo at left was taken from the bridge looking upriver.  

  Weimer Spillway:  View Video
Latitude: 45.70365   Longitude: -90.58283

From the town of Phillips travel 10.22 miles west on County Road W to right onto Weimer Road; then 0.16 miles to the spillway.  Water from this spillway flows into the Elk River and then in 1.8 miles downstream into the South Fork of the Flambeau River. 

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Links & Helpful Hints...
Before you visit a waterfall it is helpful to know the surrounding landscape... we use two free internet services to help. provides free topo maps which can be enlarged and printed.  Access Topoquest and then click "find maps" on their website, put in GPS from our data (without the minus sign), click "search", then click on the first USGS map that has a DRG name, click on the map itself and select zoom level.  To navigate the area... if you want to look at an area left of the map, click on the left edge of the map, etc.  Below each map will be a listing of features shown on the map... a little work and you will learn their system (sometime clicking on the edge will not take you to an adjacent map).
We also use Google Earth.  It is a free service you can download at  Like Topoquest, you put in GPS data (or city, or county and state) and it will "fly" you to the location requested. 
There are lots of internet sites that list facts about Wisconsin... one of the best is the Wisconsin DNR site which has all kinds of info.  Another good site is

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