Timm's Hill County Park5 Votes
- Address: W3206 Co Rd R R, Ogema, WI 54459, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-7153396371
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
Located far from the bustling crowd of the city, the Timm's Hill County Park in Price County at an elevation of around 1952 feet is the highest point of Wisconsin. Open from May to October, the Timm's Hill County Park is laden with dense forest of northern Hardwoods and looks magical during the fall season with their full grandeur. The Bass Lake and the Timm’s Lake are the two highlights of the park offering extensive opportunities for boating, fishing and swimming. For hiking enthusiasts, there are several trails namely the trail leading to the Observation tower and the Timm’s Hill National Ice Age Trail. In winter months, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and ATV riding are the popular options. Other amenities of the park include fishing pier and boat launching pier, open-air picnic shelter with electricity and water facility, picnic tables, access to the vaulted toilets and grills.
How to Reach Timm's Hill County Park
- Cover on foot
Timm's Hill County Park Reviews & Ratings
Good park, home to highest natural point in the state of Wisconsin. Walk to point and observation tower is less than a half mile, but all uphill. Several other trails for hiking, horses and winter sports are within the park. Trails are well taken care of. Picnic pavilion, playground and pit toilets are in the central area. Information board has good map of entire park.
Highest point in Wisconsin. Nice lookout. Great walking paths. We have taken our canoe to paddle around the lake. An interesting challenge riding a bike on the hills in the area. Bring bug spray since the horse flies are in full force.
It's a very nice place to visit. It has a picnic area and the walk up to the tower is very well groomed.
Incredible. Had the walleye dinner and clam chowder. Best ever.
Great place to see the leaves changing in the fall. A few places for fishing and hiking. There is a grill and a small playground. We go at least twice a year, highest point in Wisconsin.