on November 26, 2005
Sportsmen’s Lodge is located on Moose Lake in the Hayward Lake Region. This lodge is open year round. It is within the Chequamegon National Forest. Sportsmen’s is about thirty miles from the city of Hayward, WI. It is a small resort with resort owners who have big hearts. Linda and John Mejer are probably the most kindest resort owners I have ever encountered in the Hayward, WI region; and I have been here more times than I can count. They have a genuine concern that you have a grand time on your vacation. For instance, the lodge offers a variety of sandwiches, pizzas, etc. you can purchase and if you have forgotten your fishing pole or don’t have an adequate one for fishing muskies, John will loan you one of his for $8 a day. And if you are into snowshoeing, ice fishing, skiing, or snowmobiling, this is also available here. These activities are available because of the Chequamegon National Forest.Concerning the accommodation here, this resort offers three cabins. Two of the three are basic fishermen cabins. By this I mean, there are no real frills here except a 13-inch TV that has satellite channels, a microwave, linens and cooking utensils. However, these two cabins are very clean and have sufficient space for your needs. For example, our cabin had a kitchen/dining room area, a bathroom, two bedrooms and a screened in porch. The kitchen had an old-fashion refrigerator and stove but both worked well. The bedrooms had metal bunk beds which had a double on the bottom and a twin bed at the time. The log cabin sleeps eight people. It was new, rustic pine inside and simply gorgeous. It had the dining room, kitchen, living area, futon, bathroom, and a bedroom downstairs. And the upstairs had another bed.
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