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Hayward, WI

Lakes, woods, and a ski race make this Wisconsin town popular.

Photo of Hayward, WI As many cross-country skiers know, the small town of Hayward, set in the deep woods and lakes of northern Wisconsin is home to the American Birkebeiner, the largest ski race in North America. While the Birkie is huge in the Hayward area, here is a lot more to this hauntingly beautiful region than the ski race. Hayward and nearby Cable are centers for fishing, hiking, golf, boating, and some of the best mountain biking in Wisconsin.

Photo of Hayward, WI For those looking for a more relaxing vacation, Hayward has good shopping and good dining options, as well as some great roads for wildlife and foliage viewing. And keep in mind that the spectacular Lake Superior is not far away from Hayward, making for a great day trip. If you love deep woods, lakes, and the feeling of being far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Hayward may be your vacation spot.

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