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Recent Hayward reviews

  • Real Fat

    "For anyone who is a mountain biker enthusiast (summer or winter) biking on the CAMBA Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association trails are terrific. This property is super comfortable and located close by and is a terrific base camp for folks who like to do some serious trail riding."
    Guest: Pedro Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: January 18, 2016
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  • Absolutely Fantastic!

    "This was our first time staying at "Our Great Escape" and we can't wait to book again next year! This place is everything as advertised and more. The family memories we created during our stay are truly priceless. The home is located in a breathtakingly beautiful National Forest. We "ooed" and "ahhd" on the drive on upper A to get there. My 6 year old daughter thought it looked like scenery right out of a fairy tale. Upon arrival, we were just blown away by the home and the lake! The place is well maintained and the layout is phenomenal for large groups! We had a total of 10 people staying there and it never seemed crowded. The kitchen is a dream for a groups of any size and we shared family meals every day on the large dining table. The screened in porch was the adult favorite for morning coffees and afternoon/evening cocktails. The kids loved the beach and dock for swimming and fishing. We were lucky to be staying here during a solar storm and were able to view the Northern Lights! The best seat in the house for watching the Northern skies? The bench at the end of the dock of course! A truly remarkable moment that everyone is still talking about. I highly recommend renting a pontoon from Wilson Bay Lodge. We used it to fish, swim, and to just "tootle" around the lake. We enjoyed going down the thoroughfare to Teal Lake and the fishing on Teal was just as great as our Lost Land Lake! We cannot wait for next year and can't thank Rob enough for sharing this gem with us!"
    Guest: Anna A. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 9, 2016
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  • Amazing

    "This house was fantastic. We had girl's weekend here. All 8 of us got our own bed and had room to sit at the kitchen table and eat as well as relax in the living room to play games, listen to music and watch movies. The house is incredibly beautiful and comfortable. We took a 2 1/2 mile walk on the frozen lake and visited Trails End resort several times. The band on Saturday night was great. We had such a great time we hated to say goodbye, but there is always next year!"
    Guest: Jill Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: March 2, 2016
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  • An anniversary to remember

    "My husband & I just returned from a week at this cottage, where we celebrated 14 yrs of marriage. We got lucky w/the weather, having sunshine & upper 70's-low 80's on 4 of the days. Thank you Mother Nature! The cottage itself was perfect for the 2 of us having 2 bedrooms & 1 bath. There is carpeting in the bedrooms only. Heat is supplied by gas fireplace in the living room (+kitchen & dining room - all 1 room) and electric heating elements on the walls in the bedrooms & bathroom. I found the cottage to be cold as it does not get much direct sunlight so I utilized the heat & it worked well. The cottage has cable tv (+dvd/blue ray player) & wifi which allowed for us to stay current w/family going ons & work. The kitchen is equipped w/most essentials & the fridge is full sized. We cooked over half our meals at the cottage & if I'd give any suggestions (& it's minor) it would be to have some smaller plates & to replace the plastic plates/bowls. The mud room is spacious & is an excellent place to store coats, coolers & for doing laundry of course. The pier is very close to the house & it has 4 bouys so you can pull your boat right up w/little to no set up depending on your boat size. You can walk into the water & wade around but bring your aqua socks as there are snails blanketing the bottom. The water was cool in May but it was 80 degrees so I went in up to my thighs & did some casting. Caught a lovely crappie that day. If fishing is your thing then I'd recommend Nelson Lake. Watch for tree stumps & limbs - your navigation system should have them detailed. Other than that it's a beautiful lake full of crappie, blue gill, walleye & my fav large mouth bass. I caught plenty and released them all so you can take a shot at catching them when you get here! Thank you Joy for sharing your cottage w/us and for getting that extension cord so we could charge our boat motors. Really appreciated that. We'll be back!"
    Guest: Melissa W. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 28, 2016
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