|About Our Facilities
L.L. Phillips Park is a 76 acre area of outdoor education as well as recreation. Because of the park's diversity, including pine plantation, oxbow lake, Seven Mile Creek, stands of aspen, spruce, and oak, Phillips Park offers a fine educational experience. A nature trail of 1.2 miles in length meanders through the park offering a brochure-guided tour to nature lovers. Daily/annual vehicle entrance passes are required.
Trout habitat development structures have been installed by Department of Natural Resources Fish Management personnel along Seven Mile Creek within the park to enhance fishing opportunities.
A picnic shelter, picnic tables, and pit toilets are available.
Take US HWY 53 north to North Crossing/CTH Q exit. Turn right on CTH Q (east) to CTH L (about 5 miles). Turn right on CTH L for about 1.5 mile to intersection with CTH QQ. Turn right on CTH QQ (west) approximately 1/2 mile to park on left.
Map of LL Phillips County Park
L.L. Phillips County Park
LL Phillips Picnic Shelter