Welcome to Moose Lake
Journey into the Chequamegon National Forest and discover the beautiful nine mile long waters of Moose Lake. The lake reaches depths up to 32 feet and is fed by three rivers and many springs. A "Class A" musky lake, both the elusive musky and the walleye provide sport in this healthy root beer-colored flowage. Bass and pan fishing are also fun for all ages.
Canoeing, kayaking, boating, water skiing/tubing, and swimming are additional favorite past times on the lake. The area is also popular for its miles of fat tire biking and hiking trails and for its many golf courses.
Moose Lake is located 25 miles east of Hayward, Wisconsin.
"Everyone needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul." John Muir
Upcoming 2017 Area Events (for much more info, see www.haywardlakes.com/events)
- May 6 Fishing Season opens
- June 3 - 4 Wisconsin DNR Free Fishing Weekend
- June 23 - 25 68th Annual Musky Festival
- July 4 Independence Day Fireworks on Moose Lake
- July 13 - 16 LCO Honor the Earth Powwow
- July 20 - 22 Annual Lumberjack World Championships
- August 5 Moose Lake Festival at Louie's Landing
- August 11 - 13 Cable/Hayward Art Crawl
- September 15 - 16 Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival
- September 23 Hayward Fall Festival
- September 29 - 30 Cable Area Fall Fest
- September 30 American Birkebeiner Trail Run, Relay, and Trek
- October 6 - 8 Muskies Inc. 40th Annual Fall Fishing Tournament
- October 6 - 8 Bayfield Apple Festival