Fishing, hunting, nature trails, cross-country ski trails, golf, boating, water-skiing, canoeing, biking, kayaking, swimming, snowmobiling, berry picking, spectacular fall colors, picnicking, horseshoes...there are twelve months of recreation to enjoy the Nelson Lake and Hayward, Wisconsin area.
There is ice fishing in winter, fishing after the spring thaw, fishing in summer's lazy, hot days, or fishing in fall. Nelson Lake sports walleye, bluegill, crappie, bass, northern and perch for every season.
Birch Point Resort is a great place for fall hunting. Whitetail, black bear, grouse and duck are plentiful.
When you visit the area, the first thing to do is look up the Hayward Visitor and Convention Bureau... a very long name for a very friendly place in downtown Hayward. They're in the same building as the Hayward Chamber of Commerce. On the Web, they're both super easy to find at HaywardLakes.com and HaywardAreaChamber.com. You can even plan some of your activities in advance! So much to see and do, so little time. But, the folks at the Chamber and HVCB will certainly guide you to the myriad of activities in the area whether you golf or ski, read or fish.
If you're heading north, don't miss Cable. For such a small community, it's packed with fantastic attractions from excellent shopping to a superior museum and outstanding restaurants. Go to Cable4Fun.com and join the fun both online and offline.