A former lumbering town, Hayward keeps its past alive with the Lumberjack World Championships each summer. However, fishing enthusiasts know it better as the home of the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame. The area is also known as the “Golf Capital of Wisconsin” with 18 courses within an hour’s drive.
The Hayward Lakes area has been a Northwoods vacation destination for generations. Year after year, people come here to enjoy the fishing and swimming, and to stroll the small town streets, stopping to buy a piece of freshly made fudge or a pair of moccasins. Each year, the Hayward/Cable area hosts two of the world’s top racing events – the American Birkebeiner cross country ski races in February and the Chequamegon Fat Tire bicycle races in September.
LCO Honor the Earth Pow Wow
July 17 - July 19
Ojibwe tradition and celebration are the centerpieces of the homecoming. Music, dancing, crafts and food create an authentic tribal experience.
Honor the Earth Pow-Wow
July 17 - July 19
The largest Pow-wow in North America, the Honor the Earth Pow-wow celebrates the annual gathering of the tribes to honor mother earth and the Creator in...
Lumberjack World Championships
July 23 - July 25
The Lumberjack World Championships showcase over 21 events competing for world records in events ranging from men's and women's logrolling, to chopping, to the...
Property Management of Hayward, Inc.
Whether you are looking for the perfect place to take your family on a memorable summer vacation or a quiet weekend for two during the spring, fall or winter,...
Award Winning German Log Cabins on Lake Hayward/Namekagon River. Walking distance to downtown Hayward stores, restaurants, bars, gift shops, public beach,...
Four Seasons Resort & Motel
Four Seasons, appropriately named, is open year round. Spring and Fall provide the best fishing, though panfish seem to always be active. Hot summer days allow...