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Seeley, WI resorts and cabin rentals are close to Cable, WI and Hayward, WI. Located in the Cable Region, Seeley, WI is the place to go whether you are a hiker, biker, fisher, snowmobiler, cross country skier, or just love being outdoors. Just 10 minutes north of Hayward and 20 minutes from the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. get ready to explore one of Wisconsin&rsquos most rustic and beautiful areas.
To the east, the Fairyland Nature Area, Rock Lake State Natural Area, and Wilson Lake Natural Area are the first natural areas you will encounter as you enter the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Right from the start you will find immaculate, world renowned trails prime for hiking, biking or even horseback riding; challenge your mountain biking skills or take in the powdery white beauty as you cross country ski or snowmobile through winding trails and around lakes. Didn&rsquot bring your gear? Cable has a variety of different rental shops for boats, bikes, snowmobiles and other equipment so you don’t have to miss out on the sights and wildlife.
If the sight of wildlife makes your trigger finger itchy, there are hunting areas throughout the park for both big and small game. No matter how you choose to experience the lush forests and pristine lakes, you will not be disappointed. With over 1.5 million acres, the many miles of forest trails and fish-filled lakes and streams could keep you occupied for your whole vacation.
The natural aspects of the Wisconsin Northwords is reason enough to plan your next vacation here, but the small towns of Hayward, Cable and Seeley can give you some bonus excuses. Mooselips Java Joint in Seeley is a good spot to start your morning, whether you are headed outdoors or to explore Hayward or Cable! Cable, or “Trail Town USA” is the outdoor athlete’s destination. Test your skills at the American Birkebeiner, an internationally known cross country ski competition, or cross the snowy terrain via fat bike in the Fat Bike Birkie. In the summer, the Grandview Firehouse road bike race and the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival are both fantastic competitions. If you don&rsquot see yourself as an athlete, check out festivities such as the World’s Largest Weenie Roast or Christmas in Cable. Even if you don’t come for the events, Cable is worth the visit. The Cable Natural History Museum is a favorite as well as fun local shops like the Redbery Bookstore. Also make sure to sample local fare, including the infamous Tilly&rsquos pies.
In Hayward, there&rsquos even MORE to explore. Hayward is a fisherman’s paradise; visit the the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame or compete in the Annual Musky Festival. Non-fishermen can still find something in Hayward, sampling local wines at Out of the Woods, attending the World Lumberjack competition, or taking the kids to the Wilderness Walk park and zoo. And of course everyone likes food. Spider Lake is a local favorite, West&rsquos Hayward Dairy slings up homemade ice cream around, and the Moccasin Bar is known for their drinks and unique ambiance.
With so much to see, explore, and experience, the Seeley area is sure to make your vacation feel way to short.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Seeley seasonal events and day trips. Compare Cable area resorts and lodging here, then book DIRECTLY with the owners or local property managers. Booking DIRECT means no middleman booking website fees so you get the lowest rental rate. Plus you talk to area experts.