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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Hayward reviews

  • Gorgeous, scenic and cozy

    "Our fall weekend at this cabin was idylic. The view of Moose Lake from the cabin was so lovely and peaceful. My grandkids enjoyed playing in the a large area in front of the cabin, which has playground equipment. The gas fireplace made the cabin very cozy. Very nice owner who makes every effort to make sure you have a good time."
    Guest: Gale Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 16, 2014
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  • Great property

    "We had a wonderful time. The property is beautiful and open. We spent a majority of time in the sunroom - it was a perfect spot for hanging out and playing games. The owners are very friendly and helpful."
    Guest: fccii Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 7, 2014
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  • Love this Cabin!

    "This cabin is perfect for a cozy stay in the Northwoods! The cabin is in good shape and stocked with the necessities needed. The homeowners are easy to work with and communicate well. Outside is a deck to enjoy the lake, a campfire pit to warm up on a cool night, and a grill for cooking. Whitefish Lake is a beautiful lake that has clear, clean water with plenty of fish to catch. We enjoyed a fish fry - with Walleye, Bass, Sun Fish, and Northern. This time we did not catch a musky. We did bring our boat and tied it up to the dock. The water is shallow so you have to be careful. On another note, the shallow water makes it nice as we spent all day standing in the water and fishing about 100 feet from the shore. On the lake is a restaurant called Beechmore - stop by for a beverage and make sure you enjoy their "Beechmore Pizza" LOVE that pizza! We are repeat customers and will be back again for a stay!"
    Guest: Whitefish Lake Lover Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 11, 2014
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  • Outstanding Vacation for Many Years

    "This year was our 4th year staying at this wonderful lake home near Hayward, WI. My wife's family has traveled to Hayward every summer for more than 30 years. As the family expands, it has been harder to find homes that can comfortably fit 10 of us. This home does that with a private bedroom for every couple and even a great room for the kids with bunk beds that they look forward to every year. We bring our personal watercraft each year and there is a great dock for both swimming and launching off for fun. This year we even rented a boat for the week and it was nice to have a place to tie it up each night. We plan to return for many years to come!"
    Guest: Ken R. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 12, 2014
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Hayward Travel Tips

Delight in the Charm of Hayward, Wisconsin

Hayward has a typically small-town atmosphere and many visitors return time and again because of the warm welcome they receive. There are a wide range of resorts and rental homes, some of which are delightful log cabins. Well equipped and cozy, most have a fireplace that you can light up in the cold winter months. Larger homes can cater to families or groups of friends; you'll still have enough space to store your mountain bikes, kayaks, skis and other sporting equipment. Outdoor decks are perfect for enjoying summer evenings star-gazing or socializing with friends. With the wide range of attractions and activities it's nice to have your own Hayward private home, be able to come and go as you please, and enjoy your vacation on your own timetable.

Stay at Hayward Resorts and Join in the Seasonal Festivals and Events

There are several high profile events that put Hayward on the map. When the snow has settled in the wintertime, cross country skiers from all over North America come to participate in the American Birkebeiner Cross Country Ski Marathon at the end of February each year. The event is the largest and one of the most prestigious events on the cross country ski calendar and attracts close to 8,000 skiers to the line-up of events.

In the summer months, you can attend the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival, a weekend of mountain biking events which are loads of fun. Mud and fun are the order of the day with the serious race happening on the Saturday so that you can enjoy the festivities for the rest of the weekend.

Another entertaining event is the Lumberjack World Championships. Attracting participants from as far afield as New Zealand and Australia, this is a demonstration of brute strength and precision lumberjack skills.

Traveling to Hayward

Hayward is a year-round destination, with more than enough summer and winter activities to keep visitors to Hayward lodging entertained. The closest major commercial airport is Minneapolis, although Hayward does have a small regional airport. There are regional bus and shuttle services. Chauffeur-driven limousines and taxis are also available if you'd prefer private transfers. Many people drive up to Hayward and road access is easy. Located off the main I63, the routes are clearly posted and the roads are well maintained.

Lots to see and do at Hayward Vacation Rentals

Hayward typically attracts visitors that love culture, nature and the outdoors. The miles of mountain trails are open for hiking, mountain biking and horse riding in the summer months. You can spend days out in the mountains looping around on various trails and never get tired of the scenery.

In the wintertime, the area becomes a haven for cross country skiing, snowmobiling and snow shoeing. There are over 600 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and cross country ski routes over varying distances and terrains. Ice fishing can be enjoyed on many of the lakes and when the spring thaw comes, the streams and rivers are superb fishing grounds.

In the spring and fall, the vibrant natural colors create wonderful photographic opportunities. The serenity of the lakes contrasting with the orange hues of autumn make for a picture perfect moment. The spring thaw and bright green new growth that it brings with it are equally enchanting.

Bird-watching can often be combined with a leisurely paddle on the lakes. There are also more than 200 miles of rivers suitable for canoeing. The river systems flow through pristine undeveloped lands, national parks and forests, occasionally emptying out into small swamplands that are a haven for waterfowl.

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