- Amnicon Lake
- Balsam Lake
- Barker Lake
- Bone Lake
- Chippewa Falls
- Clam Lake
- Eau Claire
- Elizabeth Lake
- Grand Portage Lake
- Grindstone Lake
- Iron River
- Lake Namakagon
- Lake Nebagamon
- Lake Pepin, Maiden Rock
- Long Lake
- Lower Clam Lake
- Lyman Lake
- Madeline Island
- New Auburn
- New Richmond
- Northwoods Beach
- Otter, Stanley
- Park Falls
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 Northwest reviews
"I was here for a quiet retreat while doing some research. It was the perfect location - well equipped and lovely. I would return again. Any questions I had were answered immediately. I would whole-heartedly recommend this spot to anyone desiring a comfortable space to use as a base or a place to work."Guest: Leslie F. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 19, 2014View listing
"It was so relaxing and very amazing . would love to go back and explore more ! was staying there for a funeral not happy bout that but was relaxing in middle of no where it was forsure first time in my life I got to explore something different and cant wait to go back to wisconson hayward with my mother for more and more memories ,but I give this cabin a 5 star all the way :)"Guest: rhonda W. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 15, 2014View listing
"The cabin was perfect for our group. It is not fancy by any means but if you are wanting fancy then you probably don't vacation in the north woods much. Owners took care of broken coffee pot and microwave within 24 hours of them not working. Loved that we could walk over to Big bear lodge for burgers and beer anytime. We will be renting this cabin next year for sure as it sleeps a lot and rates are reasonable."Guest: Jan Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 4, 2014View listing
"We stayed here some years ago and loved the close proximity to town, but still on a quiet corner of the lake. Wonderful place, Nola. Thank You once again!"Guest: Mark Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 25, 2014View listing
Northwest Travel Tips
Northwest Wisconsin Vacation Rentals Offer Great Family Getaways
Northwest Wisconsin lies in the Upper Midwest between Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. The Northern highlands plateau together with the many lakes and rivers, providing endless opportunities for family activities in the great outdoors.
Wisconsin Vacation Rentals Experience a Wide Range of Temperatures
Wisconsin has plenty of activities in all seasons. From May to September, average temperatures range between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit in the day, with cool nights. Winters are cold with above average snowfall which is ideal for a variety of winter sports. The lakes are ice-covered from late November through March. Spring and fall enjoy moderate temperatures with some rain and occasional heavy storms. The northern part of Wisconsin is colder than the more southerly regions, particularly around Lake Michigan and Lake Superior.
Northwest Wisconsin Cottages Are Surrounded by Great Things to Do
Things to do in Northwest Wisconsin are limitless. The area has miles of trails for exploring the scenic natural beauty by hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Visitors can enjoy scenic driving, quad bikes and ATV riding with some of the finest trails in the Midwest. The lakes and rivers provide superb opportunities for all types of boating and great fishing for walleye, largemouth bass, brim and crappie. Swimming, paddling and birdwatching can all be enjoyed from the lake shores. Riding Jet Skis and waterskiing are also popular activities on the lakes. In the winter, the area is popular for skiing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.
Neighborhoods and Places to Visit from Your Northwest Wisconsin Lodging
There are many state parks and forests to explore within easy reach of your northwest Wisconsin lodging and all have miles of trails. The Pattison State Park is 13 miles from Lake Superior on Hwy 35. It has the historic Gitche Gumee Nature Center where the park's history is told with interpretive exhibits. Learn about the volcanic activity which formed the massive gorge, how native Indians lived off the land, and how the rich copper mines in the area were exploited. Learn about the local wildlife including mink, pine martin, sharp-shinned hawk, great-crested flycatcher, barred owl and snowy owl. There is a hiking trail to Big Manitou Falls and ancient stone structures in the park.
Other days out should include exploring the shores of Lake Superior, winding through the St. Croix Valley, and taking scenic driving tours through towering pine forests to magnificent local waterfalls.
Getting to Wisconsin Vacation Rentals
The nearest major airport to Hayward in Northwest Wisconsin is Duluth International Airport in Minnesota. It is 67 miles drive from Hayward, WI. There is also a local airport, Sawyer County Airport at Hayward, putting you close to many Northwest Wisconsin vacation rentals.
Northwest Wisconsin Vacation Rentals Make the Perfect Homes away from Home
Those looking for a luxury home in the woods will enjoy the range of cabins and cottages which are available in Northwest Wisconsin. Vacation rentals can be found right on the lakes, or with great forest and mountain views. Public landings and private decks make fishing a pleasure. Surrounded by the peace and quiet of this huge open wilderness, the sunsets are awesome. Many cabins come complete with kayaks or pontoons for sunbathing, swimming, fishing and diving, making them great value for money. Load up the refrigerator and enjoy a great family vacation without spending a fortune on activities and dining out. The grassy yard area is ideal for family games, barbecuing, fish frys, toasting marshmallows around the fire pit, or just sitting and watching the bald eagles overhead. Groups of friends, family reunions and fishing parties can all be accommodated in these spacious, comfortable vacation rentals.