Fishing & Boating
Camp 28 resort is located right on the shore of Rib Lake with easy-access public boat launches and fishing docks right across the street. Bring home a catch of musky, largemouth bass, northern pike, walleye, and panfish from this 320-acre lake. In addition to the lake, many other waterways and flowages are nearby for fishing enthusiasts of all stripes.
Trails & Outdoor Recreation
Hit the trails and don’t look back! Camp 28 has on-site access to ATV and snowmobile trails that weave throughout the wild Taylor County forests. The local area is also home to dedicated and multi-use trails for horseback riding, biking, cross-country skiing, and hiking, including local legs of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.
Wildlife viewers and birders can also see a treasure trove of species, starting from our very own parking area where a family of Ospreys make their nest.
Many flock to the Rib Lake area for a chance to stalk their next big trophy in the surrounding public hunting lands. Camp 28 keeps the light on for you while you hit your stand or blind.
Camp 28 is just a short stroll from the downtown area of the village of Rib Lake, which is home to retail shops, a public library, laundromat, other local businesses, and public parks.