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Things To Do - Hayward, Wisconsin

Close to the Moose Lake Area

  • Muckawongo Ski Trail (about 5 miles away)
  • Rock Lake Hiking and Bike trail (about 15 miles away)
  • Several Other Mountain Bike and Hiking Trails within 10 to 20 miles
  • Several Hunter Walking Trails in the area and National Forest
  • Lynch Creek Wildlife Viewing Area (about 6 miles away)
  • Black Lake Hiking Trail ( about 5 miles away)
  • Chippewa Flowage Tours (at Treeland Resorts about 10 miles from here)
  • Penokee Scenic Overlook in Clam Lake (about 15 miles to the northeast)
  • Black Granite Quarries in Mellen. (about 35 miles to the northeast)
  • Copper Falls State Park in Mellen. (about 35 miles to the northeast)

Close by here in Sawyer County

  • Chippewa Flowage - "Wisconsin's Largest Wilderness Lake".
  • Fishing Hall of Fame in Hayward.
  • Al Capone's Hide-out in Couderay.
  • Logging Camp & Museum in Hayward.
  • Musky Fishing
  • Lumberjack World Championship
  • The Musky Festival and the Birkebeiner Ski Race in Hayward.

To the North in Bayfield County

  • Bayfield Heritage Museum in Bayfield.
  • Cable Natural History Museum in Cable.
  • Cooperage Museum in Bayfield.
  • Drummond Museum (lumbering industry) in Drummond.

To the Northeast in Bayfield and Ashland Counties

  • Ferry Ride to Madeline Island out of Bayfield.
  • Boat tours around the Apostle Islands from Bayfield.
  • Lake Superior Big Top Chautuaqua.
  • Black Granite Quarries in Mellen.
  • Penokee Scenic Overlook in Clam Lake.
  • Madeline Island Historical Museum.
  • The Apostle Islands.
  • The Soo Line Oredock (the largest structure of its kind) in Ashland.
  • White Water Rafting on the Flambeau River in Butternut.
  • Copper Falls State Park in Mellen.

To the West of Hayward in Burnett County

  • Gandy Dancer Trail (mountain bike trail).
  • Searles Cranberry Marsh.
  • Burnett County Natural History Museum in Webster.
  • Amsterdam Sloughs Wildlife Area.
  • Crex Meadows Wildlife Area (30,000 acres) near Grantsburg.
  • St. Croix River on the western border of Burnett County.

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