Hayward Area Lakes

Hayward, Wi

 

Hayward

 

 

For specific information on area lakes just scroll over Minong Area Lakes select the size category and find out some great information.

For information on current listings (my offices listings and all others) please email me at kevin@lakewoods.net or fill out a form found on this site under “Looking to Buy” as available listings change very frequently.

 

Area Information

Hayward has approximately 300,000 acres of forest. The Chequamegon National Forest alone is 124,000 acres. Allowing for that  “Northwoods experience”. It has over 200 miles of bike trails. Home to over 55,000 acres of lakes.

Hayward is a popular fishing destination because of the many lakes in the area which are known for yielding trophy-sized musky, northern pike, walleye and smallmouth bass.  It is also home to the “Quiet Lakes” (Teal, Ghost and Lost Land Lakes), which do not allow water sports as do the larger lakes.

Hayward is home to the national fresh water fishing Hall of Fame, which contains a 200-foot musky, the world’s largest fiberglass structure. One can climb up into the mouth of the fish, and look over the town.

Hayward is also a hot spot for deer hunting, golfing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, and biking.

 

Events

Hayward is home to many festivals and events. The annual Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival is the largest gathering of off-road mountain bike riders in the world, and is the largest mass start mountain bike race in the United States. 

Participants in the annual Lumberjack World Championships compete in a variety of lumberjack games such as log rolling, chopping, sawing, and chainsaw events.

Hayward hosts the American Birkebeiner cross country skiing race.

Both the Birkebeiner and Fat Tire Festival are the largest races of their type in the country.

Musky Festival

Sawyer County Fair

Stone Lake Cranberry Festival

 

Restaurants:

Angler’s Bar & Grill

Angry Minnow Brew Pub

Coopers Family Restaurant

Coops Pizza

Famous Daves

Flat Creek Eatery

Norske Nook

Sawmill Saloon

The Chippewa Inn Supper Club

The Fireside

The Ranch

 

Golf Courses:

These golf courses feature rolling hills, majestic northern pines, and the finest greens interwoven with sand bunkers and water hazards. Golf among the scenic, relaxing atmosphere and charm of the Northwoods.

 

Big Fish Golf Club

Hayward Golf & Tennis

Hayward National Golf Club

Lakeview Golf & Pizza

Spider Lake Golf Resort

 

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