The Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum in Hayward, WI featuring the world's largest fiberglass sculpture of a Muskellunge! More than 50,000 people visit the museum annually where you can view antiques, artifacts, motors, vintage gear, mounts, fish and more and learn about fishing history in the record books right here in Hayward Wisconsin.
Skiers cross the finish line at the American Birkebeiner Ski Race on Hayward's Main Street. This video is a bit loud so you may want to check your volume:)
We coexist with all kinds of wildlife here in Northern Wisconsin! This "artwork" by the local Beaver population at this lake cabin near Hayward, WI is impressive! They have certainly been busy Beavers!
This mostly undeveloped beautiful wilderness river is fondly known as Wisconsin's Moving National Park and with good reason. The river is a northern tributary to the St. Croix River. It is nearly 100 miles long and is protected under the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway. Popular activities are kayaking, canoeing and tubing. You'll spot a variety of abundant Wisconsin wildlife such as muskrats, beavers, turtles, blue herons, deer, eagles and osprey. The river is classified as Class I-II rapids. Primitive campsites are common along the Namekagon, many of which can only be accessed from the water.
There are 7.5 miles of trails which are a mix of flat and easy rolling terrain, winding around a lake and through pines and hardwoods. The trails are used for hiking, running, walking and biking. In the winter people enjoy skiing on the classic only ski trail maintained by HASTA (Hayward Area Ski Trails Association). Text courtesy of Hayward Memorial Hospital website.
After a lengthy Northern Wisconsin winter, the arrival of spring is announced by the sun dancing on the sparkling water and the chorus of many wildlife voices!
Arguably, the biggest week of the year for Hayward, WI! So many fun events...something for everyone!
This river is known as Wisconsin's Moving National Park. Create an itinerary of recreation for a memorable trip down this beautiful and winding river!
The annual frog hatch heralds the arrival of spring.
3300 acres of bliss, Long Lake is a generational lake!
Drone footage courtesy of Brian DeVries.
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