Visit Phelps, Wl, and enjoy hunting, fishing, swimming, boating, camping, mountain biking, hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, snowmobiling, and so much more!

Fishing in Vilas County

Outdoor Family Fun

Whatever your desire, you’ll find outdoor activities for the whole family in Phelps, Wisconsin! A special Northwoods community surrounded by the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest with an abundance of freshwater lakes…
Downtown Phelps WI

Locally Owned Businesses

Phelps is a dynamic, forward-looking community blessed with a variety of dedicated organizations and locally owned businesses that provide essential services, vacation rentals, lodging, and dining with a focus on exceptionally friendly service…
Phelps Maple Syrup Fest

Special Events Year Round

Phelps, WI features year-round special events with big time fun including the Phelps Maple Syrup Fest, the extraordinary small town 4th of July celebration, Phelps Scarecrow Fest, the Midwest Musky Classic and more…

A Ride in the Park Set For May 29th

21 May

Conover Area Has Lots of Trails to Offer! Free Celebration at Conover’s Community Park – 11:30-3 Sunday, May 29th The event, “A Ride in the Park” is a celebration of our local trails and will include a ribbon-cutting for the town’s new biking and walking trail and information booths on Conover’s wide range of recreational […]

Phelps Rummage-A-Rama Planned for June 11

14 May

2016 ANNUAL PHELPS COMMUNITY RUMMAGE SALE The annual Phelps community rummage sale will be held Saturday, June 11, 2016 from 8am to 4pm.  The event is being organized by the Phelps Congregational Church.  There is a listing fee of $10 to cover the cost of advertising and maps. You can use the listing form below […]

A Ride in the Park – Celebrating our Northwoods Trails!

26 Apr

Celebrate our local Trails this May! The Conover-Phelps biking and walking trail will officially open with a Ribbon Cutting ceremony in Conover’s Community Park at noon on Sunday, May 29. The ceremony will include State Representative Rob Swearingen, County Board chairman Ron DeBruyne, supervisors from Conover and Phelps, and representatives from the state Department of […]