Rib Lake is a village in Taylor County, Wisconsin, United States. Rib Lake is located close to the center of Wisconsin. The population was 910 at the 2010 census, which has grown 3.64% since 2000. The village is within the Town of Rib Lake. The jewel of town is their 320 acre lake also named Rib Lake.
Rib Lake has a new village hall, public library and elementary school. They have invested in their future and can accommodate future growth. Current growth has been attributed to growing young families coming to raise their children and take advantage of their quality school district. Retiree’s are also returning to Rib Lake to take advantage of low cost of living surrounded by outdoor recreation.
Local lakes offer amazing fishing, swimming and boating activities. The community supports many baseball and softball teams during the summer. They also provide opportunities for summer youth sports programs. Rib Lake has many parks, access to Ice Age Trail, and is surrounded by public forests. The options for outdoor activities are unlimited – atv riding, snowmobiling, hunting, horseback riding, biking, canoeing & kayaking, skiing, camping, hiking and wildlife viewing.
Please check out our business listings to see what services and businesses call Rib Lake home.
GPS Navigation Coordinates. Latitude: 45° 18″ 52′ N. Longitude: 90° 11″ 53′ W
Rib Lake is a 320 acre lake located in Taylor County. It has a maximum depth of 12 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from two public boat landings and three public docks that are wheel chair accessible. The Lake is located within 1000 feet of Lakeview Tourist Park. Bring your fishing gear for a chance to catch Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Walleye. MAP of Lake
Are you interested in learning more about the rich history that built Rib Lake, Wisconsin? A great place to start is viewing the wonderful history display in the Village hall. It is free of charge and open to the public during Village Hall hours. Stop in and see it for yourself.
The Village of Rib Lake is an Ice Age Trail Community and a member of the Ice Age Trail Alliance. Hikers can access the trail in the Village of Rib Lake which connects them to approximately 65 miles of Ice Age Trail winding through Taylor County alone.