Resorts Near Hayward, Wisconsin

Resorts Near Hayward, Wisconsin
Whether you are heading to Hayward, Wisconsin, in the summer to fish and golf or the winter to ice fish and snowmobile, there is a resort to suit your needs. Hayward, Wisconsin, has a diverse range of activities and attractions including the Birkebeiner, America's largest and most prestigious cross-country ski event, and the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival, a series of bike races. You can also walk in the footsteps of gangsters on old golf courses and the World's Largest Mounted Musky.

Grand Pines Resort

The Grand Pines Resort overlooks Big Round Lake. There are 21 luxury and rustic cabins combined with a 10 room motel. Each rental includes a pontoon boat for enjoying the lake. Cabins have a full kitchen, and most have fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs.

9993N Grand Pines Lane
Hayward, WI 54843
715-462-3564
http://www.grandpines.com/

Spider Lake Golf Resort

The Spider Lake Golf Resort has two golf courses: the moderately challenging 9-hole Spider Lake course right in the resort's front yard and the more challenging premier 18-hole Telemark Golf Course in the Chequamegon National Forest. Located on Spider Lake, the resort consists of two bedroom luxury condominiums with full kitchens and fireplaces. In addition to the great golfing, you can enjoy boating and fishing on the lake as well as the other area attractions.

11165 Elaine Drive West
Hayward, WI 54843
(715)462-3200
http://www.spiderlakegolfresort.com/

At Eagles Rest

The summer-only cabins At Eagles Rest have lake front views, screened-in porches, full kitchens and access to a fish cleaning house as well as boat launches and rentals. This resort has no televisions or microwave ovens and encourages the outdoor enthusiast to take on fishing, swimming, boating, horseback riding and other area offerings.

(941) 637-0508 (Off Season)
--or- (715) 462-3780 (Summer)
http://www.weblogic.cncoffice.com/

Article Written By Michelle Hogan

Michelle Hogan is a writer and the author of 13 books including the 2005 bestselling memoir, "Without a Net: Middle Class and Homeless (With Kids) in America." Hogan studied English at American University and has been writing professionally since 1998. Her work has appeared in "The New York Times," "Redbook," "Family Circle" and many other publications.

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