Hayward, Wisconsin’s Premier Resort | Grand Pines Resort Cabins in Hayward, WI
Whether it’s the variety of sports, selection of excellent dining, unique shopping, one-of-a-kind attractions, or just a quiet secluded setting you’re looking for, you’re sure to enjoy your getaway in Hayward. This is a community that welcomes you as our guest. Let us make this the best vacation getaway you’ve had!
The Hayward Lakes Area Welcomes You to our Northwoods! Woods, Water, World Class Events… Hayward, Sawyer County, Wisconsin. The Hayward, Wisconsin Area Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to take a walk back in time and enjoy our wonderful Hayward Lakes region of Northern Wisconsin. Come to the Hayward Area where you’ll find a community rich in history, culture, recreation and commerce. After all, thousands of vacationers return every year because they just can’t get enough of the area’s Northwood charm.
If you are interested in regional history, nature, ecology, geology, wildlife, forests, nature’s beauty, glacial history, lakes, rivers or watersheds – or the legends and lore of the northwoods, a Down To Earth Eco-Geo-History Tour should be near the top of your “To Do” list. Tours cover portions of Bayfield County, Sawyer County and Douglas County – all special & fascinating landscapes. Three-season tours from Hayward or Cable – April through November – Special/Group tours available. Join us on a fascinating, interpretive tour exploring Wisconsin’s North Country. Go off the beaten path with us and enjoy a truly wonderful, worthwhile, and memorable day!
If it’s golf you’re looking for, the Hayward and Cable, Wisconsin Area golf courses have it all! With 14 courses within an hour’s drive of Hayward, this area of northwestern Wisconsin was labeled the “Golf Capital of Wisconsin” in 1997, and it just keeps getting better each and every year.
Big Fish Golf Course Special!
All guests staying at Grand Pines Resort receive 15% discount at Big Fish Golf Course
(To receive the discount please show you cabin keys or a receipt at Big Fish Golf Course)
Hiring a professional guide is always a smart decision if you want to increase your chances of catching that trophy fish that you’ve been dreaming about for years. Or maybe you simply want to learn your favorite lake a little better.
The Hayward Guide Service is one of the oldest guide associations in the state of Wisconsin. There are currently eight members in the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame.
The Hayward area guides have been satisfying customers for over 40 years. Whether it’s musky, walleye, bass, panfish; or maybe you simply want to learn your favorite lake a little better. The Hayward Area Guides have up-to-date, clean and comfortable boats, and will provide equipment if necessary. You will need to bring rain gear, sunglasses and a camera.
The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) off-road bike trail system consists of over 300 miles of marked and mapped routes through a near-wilderness area of striking beauty and peaceful solitude. Area cyclists have created the CAMBA trail system to make this vast, unique area available to everyone. We hope you enjoy the riding and join with us in preserving this resource.
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 literally 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. With the region’s strong Scandinavian heritage, it was only natural that Nordic skiing took root in northwest Wisconsin. Farmers, loggers and settlers of Norwegian, Finnish and Swedish extraction used cross country skis for work and recreation dating back to the early part of the twentieth century. Whether you are a casual, occasional skier, an active enthusiast, or an avid racer, Northwest Wisconsin has something for you. From easy going and intimate classically groomed trails suitable for the whole family to the most significant Nordic superhighway in the nation, the American Birkebeiner Trail, the depth of choice is almost overwhelming.
Our museum collects, preserves and displays the artifacts of the sport of fresh water angling. The highlight of the museum complex is a landmark “Shrine to Anglers” which is a structure one-half city block long and four and one-half stories tall, of concrete, steel and fiberglass, hand-sculpted into the likeness of a leaping fish (Muskie). Its innards are a museum and its gaping open jaw accommodates about 20 persons or more as an observation platform. The landmark is surrounded by a quarter-acre nature pond.
Big Fish Golf Club provides a place where you can be in harmony with nature and the incredible game of golf. It is pure golf as it was meant to be. Big Fish Golf was crafted by world renowned golf architect Pete Dye. Blending traditional links land and north woods beauty, this layout has something for everyone…
Visit the Sawyer County Historical Museum each summer season from June to September or by special arrangement (weather permitting) in the spring and fall. We’re located on County Highway B in Hayward, just a stone’s throw from Grand Pines Resort.
We offer guided trail rides on more than 20 scenic trails in the beautiful Quiet Lakes area. Our trails will take you through meandering, wooded scenery that’s enjoyable for riders of all ages and abilities. Friendly guides help along the way so you enjoy a safe and pleasant ride. Children under 7 can have their own pony ride on our best “ponies.” We’re just a few miles from Grand Pines Resort. Reservations are recommended, but walk-ins are always welcome!