Wooden simple and charming cabin dwelling

Take a look around this Hayward, Wisconsin, United States 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom cabin that sleeps up to 6 guests. Enjoy a quiet, relaxing week in the north woods of Hayward, Wisconsin. This 2-bedroom, 2 bath cabin sleeps six comfortably with a queen size bed, 2 single size beds, and a futon. The cabin is on two levels and 1,500 square feet. The cabin is located on the Namekagon River with direct access to Hayward Lake and the public boat launch just a few hundred feet away. You get the best of both worlds here as the cabin is tucked away in a private, wooded area but is also within walking distance to downtown Hayward and other attractions. You’ll want to note that the fireplace is not available for use but there is a dedicated fire area outside between the cabin and the water.

Hayward, Wisconsin is one of Midwest America’s most well-loved vacation destinations, especially for fishing enthusiasts thanks to its abundance of stock, it offers an opportunity to relax in one of the most tranquil cities in the state of Wisconsin. The city features large lakes and miles upon miles of scenic woodland and nature trails for both novice and experienced hikers. Public events, such as the Lumberjack World Championship and the Sawyer County Fair are thrown throughout the year.
Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame. The six-acre plot which is home to the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame was initially developed in 1960, although construction work continued until 1976 when 7 buildings, covering an area of 25,000 square feet, had been erected. It plays host to approximately 100,000 visitors per year and is best known for its incredible Muskie statue which measures 143 feet in length. The lower jaw of the fish serves as an observation deck for up to 20 individuals and is occasionally used as an event space as well. Whilst the Hall of Fame contains written accounts of the record-holding freshwater fish, the museum itself is home to exhibitions featuring 400 mounted fish and 300 freestanding outboard motors.

American Birkebeiner. Every year in February, roughly 10,000 skiers take part in the Birkie skiing event, which has been running for over 45 years on annual basis. It is the largest, longest, and most popular North American cross-country skiing race and is made up of two distinct parts: a 55km classic race and a slightly shorter 50km freestyle event. One of the main features of a Birkie race is that it symbolizes a survival situation; skiers must also carry a pack containing the equivalent weight of an eighteen-month-old child and additional food, survival gear, and warm clothing, which distinguishes this event from any other standard race.

Scheer’s Lumberjack Village. Scheer’s Lumberjack Village may be an unusual destination, but it’s certainly one with tons of fun to have and great experiences to enjoy together with your family and friends. Located on Lake Hayward, the Lumberjack Village is home to great family adventure attractions and great lakeside activities.


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