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Webb Lake Campground

Over the years, the campground has grown to 81 seasonal campsites that rent by the year and a 5,148 square foot northwoods décor restaurant and bar that seats 100 and is open all year round, and an expansive, heated, outdoor swimming pool, pavilion, and playground area.  We have 1,150 feet of lakeshore on beautiful Upper Webb Lake that connects by channel to Lower Webb Lake for a combined 759 acres of water to enjoy.  The ATV and Snowmobile trails enter directly into our property and connect to numerous other trail systems to offer hundreds of miles of trails to explore.

Our spacious grounds offer a lush, park like feel with large mature trees.  The developed part of the campground is surrounded by acres of woods that shelter all kinds of wildlife and fowl.  Our lakeshore view boasts mostly undeveloped land featuring soaring Eagles, Blue Herons fishing the shoreline, Loons protecting their babies, and gorgeous sunsets that will take your breath away!

 

Webb Lake Campground is now offering more recreation, dining and amenities than ever before:

 

Spring, Summer, and Fall

Seasonal  Camping, Fiber Optic WiFi, Outdoor Heated Swimming Pool, Schoolyard quality Playground Equipment, Concrete Basketball Court, Volleyball Court,  Direct Access to ATV and UTV Trails, Hiking Trails, Premier Fishing on a no-public access lake, Boating, Tubing, Jet Skiing, canoeing the lake or nearby National Scenic Riverway, Bird Watching, Cycling on and off road, Hunting Small Game, Grouse, White Tail Deer, Black Bear and Turkey on 3,000 acres of Public Land across the road from the campground.

 

Winter

Seasonal Camping, Direct Access to Snowmobile and Winter ATV Trails, Ice Fishing, Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing (groomed trails within 2 miles), Fiber Optic WiFi, and Hunting Public Land across the road from the campground.

 

A Short Drive

Visit 4 golf courses, horseback riding, casinos, shopping, antiques, mini-golf, go-carts, Crex Meadows – a bird watching sanctuary, Fort Folle Avoine – a historical fur trading post, movie theaters, horseback riding, Pattison Park – view and hike along the largest waterfall in the State of Wisconsin, Lake Superior, Lunberjack Shows, Wood Carving Museum,  Canoe Museum, Fishing Museum, Railroad Museum and Train Rides.

Webb Lake Campground is a wholly owned company of North Camp Properties.