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Hip and Historic, The Spider Lake Lodge in Hayward, Wisconsin, has access to a wide variety of activities to make your experience a memorable one. Whether it is tackling the world-class ski trails, hiking/biking trails, exploring the most beautiful parts of the Northwoods, or taking in the dozens of activities that the Hayward area has to offer, we'll always have a fire waiting to greet you when you get back to the Lodge. Now the real question is: what do you want to do during your stay?
Big Fish Golf Club
Big Fish Golf Club
18 Holes | Public | 16 Miles Big Fish Golf Club is an 18-Hole Championship golf course in Hayward, Wisconsin. Designed by the world-famous architect, Pete Dye, Big Fish Golf Club is rated one of the best golf courses in Northern Wisconsin. Blending traditional links, land, and Northwoods beauty, the course layout has something for everyone. Bentgrass tees and fairways, closely mown chipping areas, strategic bunkering, multiple tees, and world-class design principles make Big Fish a "must play". FIND OUT MORE
Hayward Golf Club
Hayward Golf Club
18 Holes | Public | 22 Miles The prestigious – yet affordable – Hayward Golf Club is located in the heart of the resort community of Hayward, Wisconsin. Rated with 4-Stars by Golf Digest, Hayward Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 72 public golf course that is a golfer-friendly experience. Challenging for the experienced golfer and charitable to the average and beginner golfer, Hayward Golf Cub is a course that all golfers will enjoy! Come and discover the combination of an immaculately groomed course, Northwoods scenery, and ornamental grasses - a golfer's dream. FIND OUT MORE
Spider Lake Golf Resort
Spider Lake Golf Resort
9 Holes | Public | 3 Miles All levels of golfers will be challenged and thrilled by the inspiring beauty of our family-friendly 9-hole golf course. Nestled among the tall pines of Wisconsin’s Northwoods, the Spider Lake Golf Course offers a picturesque golfing experience featuring 3300 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. This 9-hole course is a public golf course that opened in 1972. The course features 3 sets of tees for different skill levels. FIND OUT MORE
American Birkebeiner
American Birkebeiner
From its signature ski race - the legendary American Birkebeiner - the Birkie has grown into an exciting array of fitness and recreational opportunities. The 107-kilometer Birkie Trail system attracts skiers, runners, bikers, trekkers, and hikers, from casual day-trippers to elite superstars. Headquartered in Hayward, Wisconsin, the Birkie is now an outdoor sports mecca, a series of great races, a fitness destination, and a lifestyle. FIND OUT MORE
Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival
Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival
To enthusiastic off-road bicyclist from across the country, the annual trek to the Chequamegon (She-wame-gon) Fat Tire Festival presented by Trek means fa- tire racing and fat-tire fun! Each year in mid-September, thousands of fat-tired fliers descend on the towns of Cable and Hayward in Northwestern Wisconsin to take on the off-road bicycle tests of endurance and agility offered throughout the weekend. FIND OUT MORE
Spider Lake Chain of Lakes
Spider Lake Chain of Lakes
Spider Lake Chain of Lakes is located 14 miles northeast of Hayward, Wisconsin, in Sawyer County. The Chain is comprised of five interconnected lakes, which include Clear Lake, Big Spider, Little Spider, Fawn Lake, and North Lake. The Chain hosts a fishery for walleye, musky, bass, and panfish. It is characterized by a rich underwater structure of reefs, points, and dropoffs, and a large fish-holding cabbage beds abound. FIND OUT MORE
Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum
Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum
The Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame is the international headquarters for education, recognition, and promotion of fresh-water sportfishing. FIND OUT MORE
Lumberjack Shows & Lumberjack World Championships
Lumberjack Shows & Lumberjack World Championships
Steeped in the logging history of Wisconsin’s north woods, Lumberjack Shows are a blend of sport, history, and comedy. Great entertainment for all ages, the shows thrill audiences with ten exciting events as seen on ESPN’s Great Outdoor Games. Watch world champion competitors battle it out in the Olympics of the forest. The Lumberjack World Championships are held here every summer. FIND OUT MORE
CAMBA Mountain Bike Trail
CAMBA Mountain Bike Trail
The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association is an offroad bike trail system that consists of more than 300 miles of marked and mapped routes through a near-wilderness area of striking beauty and peaceful solitude. The CAMBA system is quickly becoming the Singletrack Mecca of the Midwest, with more singletrack trail being constructed every year. FIND OUT MORE
Chequamegon National Forest
Chequamegon National Forest
The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and Chequamegon Nicolet National Forest played big roles in the reforestation of northern Wisconsin, which was heavily logged and burned over in 1933. There are more than 100 CCC sites in the Forest. These include buildings, bridges, plantations, former camps, and fire towers. Some of the sites still exist and are still in use, others have been reconstructed, some have been demolished or removed. FIND OUT MORE
Horseback Riding
Horseback Riding
Horseback riding is an unforgettable experience in the beautiful Spider Lake area. With trails that meander through the forest, you can experience the Northwoods in a new, peaceful, and relaxing way. Offering riding instruction from experienced guides along the trail, there is no need to worry about being a first-timer! FIND OUT MORE
Snowmobiling
Snowmobiling
Sawyer County and the surrounding area are known for some of the best snowmobiling trails in the country…over 600 miles of groomed trails! The Hayward Lakes region with its rolling hills, hardwood forests, tall pine stands, and pristine lakes serve as the hub of the Sawyer County trail system. FIND OUT MORE
Cross-Country Skiing
Cross-Country Skiing
Northwest Wisconsin is a region rich in Nordic skiing tradition and history and blessed with some of the best cross-country ski trails in the country. Not only are there hundreds of kilometers of groomed trails, but they represent a wide range of family-oriented to athletically challenging experiences in a setting of incredible natural beauty. FIND OUT MORE
Copper Falls State Park
Copper Falls State Park
Ancient lava flows, deep gorges, and spectacular waterfalls make Copper Falls one of Wisconsin's most scenic parks. Log buildings built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s add to the park's charm. There is plenty to do; hiking, bicycling, picnicking, fishing and swimming. The North Country National Scenic Trail passes through Copper Falls State Park. FIND OUT MORE
Apostle Islands
Apostle Islands
Along the windswept beaches and cliffs, visitors experience where water meets land and sky, culture meets culture, and past meets present. The 21 islands and 12 miles of mainland host a unique blend of cultural and natural resources. Lighthouses shine over Lake Superior and the new wilderness areas. Visitors can hike, paddle, sail, or cruise to experience these Jewels of Lake Superior. FIND OUT MORE
Day Trip to Bayfeild
Day Trip to Bayfeild
From Apostle Islands kayaking to inspiring arts and crafts workshops to hiking and camping in beautiful Wisconsin state parks, Bayfield offers a veritable “What’s What” of what to do in Wisconsin. FIND OUT MORE
Day Trip to Duluth
Day Trip to Duluth
Duluth is a four-season city — as breathtaking in winter white as it is in summer green. Come any time of year, and you’ll find an entirely new place to explore. The quiet of our forests and the splendor of the Lake Superior shoreline mesh into a getaway experience that will both relax and rejuvenate you. While you are here, be sure to spend some time visiting Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake. FIND OUT MORE
Cable Natural History Museum
Cable Natural History Museum
All of the exhibits at the Cable Natural History Museum are focused on the environment and natural history of the region. The museum offers many exciting programs for children, adults, and families. Hikes, crafts, games, river and forest explorations, naturalist-guided canoe and kayak trips, bird watching, engaging lectures, and live raptor programs are just a few of the educational experiences provided to visitors and vacationers in the Cble Area of Northern Wisconsin. FIND OUT MORE
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