Hayward Wisconsin

What is Hayward best known for?

Hayward is a popular fishing destination because of the many lakes in the area including Lac Courte Oreilles, Grindstone Lake, Round Lake, Moose Lake, Spider Lake, Windigo Lake, and the Chippewa Flowage, which are known for yielding trophy-sized muskellunge ("muskie" or "musky"), northern pike, walleye, and small mouth bass.

Also home to world class events such as; The American Birkebeiner, Lumberjack World Championships, Fat Tire Bike races, and Honor the Earth Homecoming Celebration pow-wow, to name a few.

Which County is Hayward located in?

Hayward is a city in Sawyer County, Wisconsin, United States, next to the Namekagon River. The population was 2,318 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Sawyer County. The city is surrounded by the Town of Hayward. Wikipedia

How far is Hayward from Minneapolis MN?

Hayward Wisconsin is located a total distance of 138 miles from Minneapolis Minnesota.

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How Far is Hayward from Chicago Illinois

Hayward Wisconsin is located a total distance of 422 miles from Chicago Illinois.

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What is there to do in Hayward Wisconsin?

Hayward is best known for its world-class fishing. As added bonuses, Hayward provides an exceptional environment for recreational activities ranging from water sports, ATV trails, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, running, and a multitude of other outdoor activities. Spring, Summer, Winter or Fall, Hayward has something for everyone.

Hayward has fabulous restaurants with fine dining, homemade pizza, authentic Mexican cuisine, German inspired menu options, as well as Norwegian inspired options. You can find yourself a basket of Wisconsin cheese curds, or a grass fed Black Angus burger.

The Wisconsin tradition of Fish Fry and Old Fashions are another fan favorite. The Friday Night Fish Fry is available everywhere you look with local Walleye, Lake Superior white fish, or your standard cod or Pollock. Wisconsin consumes an average of 55% of the world's brandy supply, and with the Wisconsin bartenders making delicious Old Fashions, there is no wonder why. Click here for Things To Do in Hayward Wisconsin.


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