Oakland Town Hall
N4450 County Road A
Cambridge, WI  53523
Phone:  (608) 423-4537
E-mail:  ripley@oaklandtown.com
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​MISSION  
To protect and enhance Lake Ripley's water quality and overall ecological health, 
while maintaining public access and use of the lake that is safe, fair and practical.

Lake Ripley Improvement Plan​
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Rain Gardens
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How-to video 1
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Homeowner manual
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Benefits of restoration 
Why native plants 
Shore-planting testimonial
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Stop by the Hoard & Curtis Scout Camp next to the Lake Ripley boat landing to see "fish sticks" at work!
​The Lake Ripley Management District is now accepting applications for the position of Lake Manager. Please find the position description below.


Pontoon Classroom Highlights!

We had a warm sunny day at our third pontoon classroom for Cambridge High School students.  Students participated in hands-on learning of lake monitoring techniques, plant ecology and identification, watershed issues and sediment studies that relay our lakes history.

We would especially like to thank our speakers and pontoon boat captains: Paul Garrison, Patricia Cicero, Dave and Rae Martin, Mike Sabella, Craig Kempel, Keith Kolb, Jimmy DeGidio and Georgia Gomez-Ibanez.​














 Photo Credit: P. Leverson


Below are a list of simple lake friendly practices that help keep Lake Ripley beautiful.  Click on each link to learn more!
Click here to hear a song about the spiny water flea
Free Firewood

Thank you to the volunteers who helped to cut and haul downed wood from the Lake District Preserve.  A total of 4 wood trailer loads and three truck loads were harvested and a series of brush piles were formed.  More trees will be felled this winter with another opportunity to cut free fire wood.   What better way to stay warm then to keep the home fires stoked. If interested, contact the district office and we'll contact you when the date is set.

Lake Manager Position