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Rib Lake Trail Community Celebration
August 13, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Join the Ice Age Trail Alliance and our High Point Chapter for a celebration of our newest Trail Community in Rib Lake.
In conjunction with the Village of Rib Lake, join us at the 2022 Rib Lake Ice Age Days August 12 – 14.
On Saturday, August 13, we will host a display on main street with maps, brochures and family-friendly activities. There will be a 3.6-mile guided hike at 10:00 am of the Wood Lake Historical Loop and Ice Age Trail, and a Trail Community designation ceremony at 3:00 pm with local dignitaries from the community and the Ice Age Trail Alliance, along with photos and a ribbon cutting. Light refreshments will be available while supplies last.
Saturday, August 13, 2022
9:00 am – 4:00 pm Rib Lake Ice Age Days!
- 9:00 am Ice Age Trail and Alliance display tent
- 10:00 am Guided hike on the Wood Lake Historical Loop at Wood Lake County Park (3.6 miles) – look for the yellow Ice Age Trail event signs!
- 3:00 pm Rib Lake Ice Age Trail Community Designation Ceremony (there will be cake!)
Ice Age Trail Alliance Members – We’ve got a special treat for you! If you are in the Rib Lake area on Saturday, August 13 Alliance staff and volunteers will be available to shuttle you on the East Lake Segment (6.5 miles). Shuttles will be available from 7:30 – 8:30 am Saturday morning. Sign up HERE to save your shuttle seat (space is limited) and we’ll be in touch with more information. After your hike, join us in downtown Rib Lake for Ice Age Days and the Trail Community celebration ribbon cutting!
An Ice Age Trail Community is a place where Ice Age Trail enthusiasts enjoy healthy walks, visit local businesses and take part in events. These communities work hand-in-hand with the Ice Age Trail Alliance to advance the Ice Age Trail, promote the qualities that make each place unique, and provide pathways to community health and well-being. Together, the Ice Age Trail Alliance and Trail Communities promote the unique qualities that make the Trail, and the community it travels through, a meaningful destination. Rib Lake is the 16th Ice Age Trail Community.