Phelps, Wisconsin, is a gem that few people know about!
Phelps is located about 15 miles northeast of Eagle River, Wisconsin, in Vilas County. With a population of just over 1,500 people, Phelps is nestled within the Northwoods of the 650,000-acre Nicolet National Forest. Nearly 75% of the land in the Phelps township is Nicolet National Forest. And, Ottawa National Forest is just two miles to the north, in Upper Michigan. The headwaters of the mighty Wisconsin River and the Deerskin River begin in Phelps and other waters flow into Lake Michigan.
Phelps is a great place to start a business, raise a family, and send your children to a world-class school while living in the beauty of the Northwoods Wisconsin. (The School District of Phelps has a tradition of providing high-quality education.)
Phelps is also a fantastic four-season destination for all outdoor enthusiasts!