Hayward Lakes
Shopping Events Calender Attractions Services Real Estate Hot Deals Home
Contact Us
Trails
Fishing & Outdoor Report
Golf Capital of Wisconsin
Check Local News
Vacation Guide
Meetings, Retreats & Weddings
Road Conditions
 

PLAN YOUR TRIP
Parks in the Hayward Lakes Area
Library Nature Park
A walking trail approximately mile long is available for a walk through the forest and around a small pond and wet land. Benches are placed along the trail for rest and relaxation and a place to sit and listen to the birds and enjoy the surrounding environment. Kiosks along the trail provide information about things you will see along the trail. Included is the geology and history of the area, birds that may be sighted, the life cycle of the forest, the role of wetlands and some of the amphibians that inhabit them. An observation pier in the pond and wetland allows viewing of aquatic plants. The pier has benches that provide a unique place to sit and view the surroundings and enjoy the diversity of plants and trees in the Park. An outdoor classroom is available for seminars and presentations. - http://weisscommunitylibrary.com/librarypark
Shues Pond
Near the downtown area it offers grilling and picnicking opportunities and a gazebo overlooking the pond and island, home to fish and ducks
Hayward Beach

Located behind the Big Musky on Lake Hayward, it offers a sandy beach swimming area with changing rooms and bathrooms. A large picnic area is available with tables and grills. Fishing is encouraged on the peninsula and the public boat landing is located near the park entrance.

Hayward Lakes Area ... Parks
Frank Nelson Park
Located off Highway 27 north on Dam Road, it is one of Sawyer County’s newest county-owned parks. An abandoned wayside stop, it offers restrooms and hand-pumped water. Fishing is available along the shore or from the dam. Picnic tables are available.
Silverthorne Park
Located just north of Seeley is also in the Lenroot Township. A new pavilion adorns the small lake offering a diving dock and sand beach. Adjacent ball field is home to the Seeley Loggers and site of the Older than Dirt annual baseball tournament. There is a small boat landing on Silverthorn Lake for non- motorized watercraft.
Hatchery Creek Park
This park is also a county-owned park. If is located just two miles east of Hayward, off of Highway 77. The park features a warming house, toilets, picnic area, and hiking trails.
Eytcheson Park
On County Highway T, features a changing room. This town of Lenroot Park, on Smith Lake has a boat launch and offers a large sandy shallow swimming area.
 
Testimonial
On our return to the Hayward area this year, it will be at least the 6th generation.
Dennis R., La Crosse, WI
Featured Businesses
 
 


View Videos View Live Web Cam Photo Gallery
 
RSS Feeds
Hayward Lakes Order Vacation Guide