Hayward is a town located in the county of Sawyer, Wisconsin, United States of America. The 3 main arterial routes of Hayward community are U.S. Highway 63, Wisconsin Highway 27, and Wisconsin Highway 77.
Geographically Hayward is located at 46˚0’47”N and 91˚29’1”W. The town covers an area of 3.2 square miles which consists of 3.0 square miles of land and 0.2 square miles of water.
The town rises 444 meters from the sea level. Hayward has a population of 2,129; out of which 960 households and 529 families reside in the city.
The town has a population density of 717.2 people per square mile. Hayward is mostly covered by clouds throughout the year making the climate chilly with a wind chill of around 33˚F.
Hayward is one of the most popular places for fishing due to the many lakes around the town namely Lake Courte Oreilles, Grindstone Lake, round lake, windigo Lake etc.
The “quiet lakes” (teal, ghost and lost land lakes) are the popular visiting lakes.
National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame is in Hayward town.
Your contribution can be useful for other tourists