Lumberjack Steakhouse Hayward WI
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Lumberjack Steakhouse Hayward WI

No-one can withstand a photo op in gaping jaws of the half-city-block-long jumping musky at the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame.

Old-world breads, Wisconsin mozzarella cheese, salads and sweets make an excellent meal at Hayward Bakery and Cheese Shop.

Commemorate the logging heritage of north Wisconsin within annual Lumberjack World Championships (July 23–25, 2015) in Lumberjack Village.

Set chicken with wine at upscale The Steakhouse and Lodge after that grab ice cream cones laden up with scoops of Church Basement Lemon Bar or Licorice Chip at West’s Hayward Dairy and Ice Cream Cafe.

Settle inside luxurious McCormick home, an 1880s Victorian mansion-turned-B&B with six tastefully decorated guest areas, an English yard and amenities like preprogrammed iPods and a DVD library.

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Hikers proceed with the pretty Morgan Falls Trail (1.2 miles round-trip) up to the 70-foot Morgan Falls, found in the Chequamegon-Nicolet nationwide Forest, about an hour northeast of Hayward.

Billed due to the fact Golf Capital of Wisconsin, Big Fish Golf Club’s training course, created by Pete Dye, mixes easy-going and difficult holes.

The Landing features views regarding the Chippewa Flowage and serves hearty sandwiches of breaded walleye or tender sirloin.

The St. Croix nationwide Scenic Riverway features low-hazard whitewater canoe trips from Hayward to Trego.

Well-known dinners at Rookery Pub include fennel-crusted chicken loin, pan-seared pheasant and fresh seafood specials.

Additional information: (800) 724-2992;

Stay to remember

Charming 1920s Spider Lake Lodge Bed and Breakfast melds cabin-in-the-Adirondacks style with must-have amenities, like plush beds, a cycling coastline and a fire bowl. (715) 462-3793;

Bring the youngsters

Amenities galore draw families to the RV-centric campground just outside downtown. a heated share (with water slip), arcade and small golf course are shows on the 28-acre wooded campground; internal tube and kayak rentals have travelers on the Namekagon River. From $44. (800) 56207631;