Providing a Means to Unite Residents and Visitors who Enjoy the Chain, and Channel their Energy Toward it's Preservation.
 


The Phillips Chain is a water body in central Price County in Northern Wisconsin, which consists of 4 main sections called Duroy, Elk, Long, and Wilson lakes. The Chain is maintained by an earthen and concrete dam constructed originally in 1935 and covers a total of 1236 acres. The Phillips Chain O’Lakes Association is a non-profit organization containing an all-volunteer membership formed in 1995 with the intention of assisting in the efforts to preserve and maintain the water quality and fisheries of the Chain through public education and various projects.


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