|Hayward Lakes Area MAJOR EVENTS
HONOR THE EARTH POW WOW, July 17-20, 2014
LUMBERJACK WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, July 24-26, 2014 (Thurs, Friday and Saturday)
SAWYER COUNTY FAIR, Aug. 14-17, 2014
CHEQUAMEGON FAT TIRE FESTIVAL, Sept. 12-14, 2014
HAYWARD FALL FESTIVAL, September 20, 2014
STONE LAKE CRANBERRY FESTIVAL, October 4, 2014
FULL CALENDAR OF EVENTS
AMERICAN BIRKEBEINER, Feb. 21, 2015
MUSKY FESTIVAL, June 18-21, 2015
AREA FISHING TOURNAMENTS
June 6-7 FREE FISHING WEEKEND
June 20-22 Hayward Lions Musky Festival Fishing Contest
June 29-Hayward Bass Club Round Lake Open
July 27-Hayward Bass Club Chippewa Flowage Open
August 17-Hayward Bass Club Free Youth Bass Tournament
Aug 22-24 Musky Tale Resort's Mega Bass Shoot-Out
Sept 5-7-Chippewa Flowage Musky Hunt
Sept 13-14 Lucky Lunker Bass Tournament
Oct 3-4- Hayward Lakes Chapter of Muskies, Inc. Fall Tourney
Oct 4-5-Musky Tale Resort's Crappie Quest
Oct 10-11 Musky Fly Fishing World Championships
Oct 11 Musky hook Tournament
Jan 17-18, 2015 FREE Ice Fishing Weekend
Spend a day or two GOLFING one of our many fine courses. Hayward (Golf Capital of Wisconsin) has 10 golf courses within an 25-mile drive. These golf courses feature rolling hills, majestic northern pines, and the finest greens interwoven with sand bunkers and water hazards. Golf amongst the scenic environment, relaxing atmosphere and charm of the Northwoods.
We also pride our home for its approximately 300,000 acres of forest. The Chequamegon National Forest alone is 124,000 acres. It’s apparent why so many title Sawyer County to be the ultimate Northwoods experience. We have over 200 miles of bike trails and are home to the largest off-road bike race in North America, the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival, mountain biking, HORESEBACK RIDING, HIKING trails, ATVING. If its FISHING you’re into, Sawyer County is the place! We have over 55,000 acres of lakes, and we are home to the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame. This is where world record catches are registered; there are no fishing stories here. It’s easy to find—just look for the four-story musky, where you can look over Hayward from the big fish’s mouth.
. . . the opportunities are unlimited.
Welcome to the northwoods!
Hayward Lakes Visitors and Convention Bureau, Sawyer County, WI USA