The Cable area is known for its outdoor recreation and seasonal beauty. Located in the heart of the Chequamegon National Forest, Cable, Wisconsin is known as “Trail Town USA” because of the 300 miles of CAMBA mountain bike trails, 600 miles of snowmobile trails, and 153 kilometers of cross country ski trails as well as over 193 named bodies of water for fishing and exploring. Spring offers the chance to bike or hike along one of the many trails. Summer welcomes the fisherman and the paddlers, while autumn is highlighted by fall color and wildlife watching along calm rustic roads. When the snow flies, enjoy snowmobiling, snowshoeing and, of course, cross country skiing. Each February, the Hayward and Cable areas host the world's top cross country ski event - the American Birkebeiner. Unique shops, world-class lodging, golf courses and unbeatable culinary experiences make the Cable Area anyone’s Northwoods paradise.
Blue Moon Art Tour
September 05 - September 06
You're invited to the 9th Annual Blue Moon Art Tour. Visit artists studios along Blue Moon Road in the beautiful Cable/Drummond region in northern Wisconsin....
Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival
Saturday riders can participate in a 40 mile, mass start, point-to-point off-road bicycle event travels from downtown Hayward over the famed American...
Cable Area Fall Fest
September 25 - September 26
The Cable Area rolls out the red (and yellow and orange) carpet to accentuate this celebration with an old fashion Fall Festival. Enjoy a pumpkin pecan...