Come vacation with us on Wisconsin's largest unspoiled wilderness lake. The "Big Chip" offers over 17,000 acres, mostly undeveloped with hundreds of islands and quiet bays providing shelter and seclusion to fishermen and boaters alike. While partaking this unique Northwoods peaceful experience, enjoy the majestic eagles, alluring Loon calls, and rare Blue Heron with their nests.
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~ Spring ~
Fish for Muskie, Walleye, Crappie, Panfish, Perch, Northern Pike, and small and Largemouth Bass. Fishing opener begins with avid fishermen filling their quotas of prized Walleyes and Crappies. During the spring, fishermen looking for a challenge,can fish for Musky and small and large mouth Bass. Several fishing tournaments to enter.
~ Summer ~
In the summer enjoy boating with friends and family while seeing northwoods animals in their natural habitat. The Chippewa Flowage is known for a variety of summer sports such as swimming, water skiing, tubing, etc. Many events also occur in the city of Hayward during summer months such as the Musky Festival and Carnival, Lumberjack Championships, the Native American Pow-Wow, Fat Tire race, Arts and Crafts, and many more.
~ Fall ~
In the fall, enjoy the bountiful colors of trees along the shoreline. Plenty of wildlife to view while hiking or hunting the national forest and state lands. Fall fishing is at its best.
~ Winter ~
Winter activities include snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and ice fishing. There are many stops along the 700 miles of groomed trails which allow you to do T-shirt runs and pin tours at the many stops along your snow covered ride. Events such as the "World Class" Birkebeiner cross country ski race and snowmobile radar runs take place in the Winter months.