Sawyer County

Breathe in the fresh air…relax in the beautiful Northwoods, or challenge yourself in one of the many outdoor sport activities the Area has to offer. Whatever your vacation purpose, the Sawyer County area promises to be an unforgettable destination. Like to hike? You can pick and choose from every level of opportunity, whether it’s a casual walk or a challenging hill in a forest. It is there for you to reach your goals. The neighboring Chequamegon National Forest offers 850,000 acres to explore and many miles of trails to hike.

You will surely enjoy the area’s unique spots! Located at junction 27 and B, you’ll find the National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum. This jaw dropping 143-foot-long, 41-foot-tall musky is full of fishing history and memorabilia. If its fishing you’re into, Sawyer County is the place! We have over 55,000 acres of glacial lakes and we are “Home of the World Record Muskies”. Journey through Wilderness Walk, enjoy a Lumberjack Show, canoe or tube down the river, horseback our beautiful forests with area stables, stop at the casino for gaming or a show, shop the flea markets or take kids mini-golfing or go-carting.

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Hayward Lakes Visitors and Convention Bureau

15805 US Hwy 63 • P.O. Box 1055 • Hayward, WI 54843
Phone: (715) 634-4801 or (800) 724-2992

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