10 Reasons to Visit The Landing Resort on the Chippewa Flowage
Hayward Wis - The Chippewa Flowage, a 15,300-acre impoundment, is located in central Sawyer County, 15 miles east of Hayward. Dotted with about 200 undeveloped islands, it is Wisconsin's third-largest lake and boasts a highly irregular, wooded and generally undeveloped 233-mile shoreline. Boat-in to camp at one of several primitive campsites or explore the seemingly endless maze of islands, points, bays, floating bogs and channels.
At the heart of the Chippewa Flowage, you find The Landing Resort, Home of the World Record Musky. The Landing is a full-service family resort with all of the amenities one could ask for.
Without further Adieu, 10 Reasons to Visit The Landing Resort on the Chippewa Flowage.
Centrally located in the heart of the Chippewa Flowage allows for you to explore everything the Chippewa Flowage. If you’re fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, exploring the ATV trails, or enjoying your pontoon, you’re just around the corner from other locations like Treeland Resorts, Musky Tale, Deer Run, Deer Foot or Chief Lake Lodge. The property is also extremely flat, we’re not embedded on a hill or have difficult terrain to access the lake.
2. Cabin Home Rentals
The rentals are cabin homes, versus cottages or smaller cabins. We have one, two, or three bedroom cabin homes. All of our units have air conditioning, bedding, full kitchens, and all cabins are close to lake access with a free grill, fireplace, and firewood to access.
3. State of the Art Seasonal RV Park
The Landing Resort has a full-service seasonal RV Park complete with power hook-ups, a public shower and restroom with fish cleaning house, and access to the brand new docks.
4. 2022 Pontoon Rentals
Available for rent are brand new 2022 TMC 22’ Pontoons that come complete with GPS, depth finders, anchor and personal floatation devices, a full tank of gas, and all of the aquatic real estate you can explore.
5. Bait Shop
While it may be small, the bait shop has all of the live bait, lures, worms, ice, gas and other essentials one may need with a quick pitstop to get back out slaying the muskies.
6. Full-Service Restaurant
The Landing Resort comes with a full service restaurant with indoor and lake-side seating for dining. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner; The Landing is well known for their Famous Flowage Fish Fry each Friday.
7. Cultural Exhibition
Each Wednesday, local historian and cultural advisor, Becky Taylor, holds a cultural exhibition of the Native American celebration, the Pow Wow. Becky explains the dances, the purpose and meaning of the drum, as well as invites the audience to join in and enjoy the dances.
8. Open Year ‘Round
The Landing Resort is open all months of the year, and available for snowmobile enthusiasts, ATV riders, fisherman, boaters, and others that love to enjoy the Chippewa Flowage. The Landing will be open if you need to grab a beer with friends, or a meal to recharge.
9. Tax Free
The Landing Resort is owned and operated by the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, and all items, rentals or services are tax-free.
10. Full Service Bar
While the bar may be small in size, it definitely has everything that is needed to service the patrons inside or those enjoying the lakeside seating.
The Landing Resort is located at the heart of the Chippewa Flowage, opening at 7AM daily. To learn more, visit www.landinglco.com or call Denny and the crew at (715) 462-3626.
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