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Locals and those "in-the-know" commonly refer to Hayward, Wisconsin as the Walleye Capital of the World. There's a reason for that. Walleye fishing here is much more than a pastime...it's a way of life. Local residents and annual visitors alike come to Round Lake to experience excellent walleye fishing on one of Wisconsin's most beautiful bodies of water.
Round Lake is located in Sawyer County Wisconsin just outside of Hayward, Wisconsin. With a water surface area just over 3,000 acres, Round Lake is large enough for excellent fishing, but small enough to maintain a certain coziness, if you will. Its maximum depth is approximately 73 feet. With a complicated lake bottom structure, Round Lake is not only a great spot for walleye, bluegills, crappies, muskies, northern pikes, smallmouth bass and largemouth bass can all be found spawning in its waters.
The wildlife here at Round Lake certainly isn't confined to the water. Blue herons and American pelicans fish the waters in search of their next meal. Mallards nest along the shoreline. Eagles next in the area, so be sure to keep on the look-out for these majestic creatures. Otters, ospreys, beaver and maybe even the occasional black bear roam the forests lining the shores of Round Lake.
The climate is also perfect for those who love the weather here up north. July is the hottest month, but the average temperature hovers around 80 degrees. Warm enough, but certainly nothing compared with the blazing hot summer temperatures to the south. Winters are cold, but that make the area surrounding Round Lake that much more perfect for ice-fishing, snow-mobiling, snow-shoeing and cross country skiing.
If you are looking to experience the peace and solitude of Round Lake, but aren't sure where to begin, be sure to check out the outstanding array of vacation homes available on the lakeshore. Round Lake real estate is a valuable commodity in these parts though, so if you happen to find your dream property here on the shores of Round Lake, be sure to act quickly to avoid it being snatched out from under you by another buyer! Some of these marvelous vacation cabins and luxury lakeshore properties may be available for short and long term rentals if you are looking for a way to visit and learn the lay of the land before committing to a purchase yourself. If you are seriously seeking Round Lake vacation property, it is critical to find a real estate agent who is familiar with the area to help assist you in your endeavor. The real estate professionals at LakePlace.com are always happy to help you find your perfect home away from home here in the North Woods.
If you are visiting for the first time, it's not even necessary to bring your own boat. The Round Lake Marina is sure to offer every type of rental to suit your fishing and recreational needs, including everything from pontoon boats to fishing boats to supplies for water-skiing. For those with their own boats, public boat access points are available at various locations around the lake.
Whether you are looking to catch a lot of fish, or simply looking for the perfect place to canoe, kayak and experience the beauty of the North Woods, Round Lake is sure to suit your needs. Watch the sunset from the dock of your vacation property. Fish for sunfish outside your back door or venture to the nearby Namakagon River for terrific trout fishing in its roaring currents. Hike through the boreal forest of the Chequamegon National Forest in search of wild birds and animals. Snow-mobiling and cross country skiing are amazing pastimes to enjoy in the Wisconsin winter. In fact, the area surrounding round lake is home to the world famous American Birkebeiner cross-country skiing trail. For the more adventurous canoers and kayakers, check out the rapids of the Flambeau River. In the evening, cook your dinner out over the campfire under the Wisconsin night sky. Once you have allowed the lake to rejuvenate your spirit, take a look at the excellent area golf courses, antique shop in Hayward or visit the nearby Lac Courte Orielles Casino for gaming entertainment. Other area attractions include the National Apostle Islands Lakeshore and the charming lakeside community of Bayfield on Lake Superior. The communities of Chippewa, Hayward, Hunter, Lenroot, Winter, and Spider Lake are all easily accessible from Round Lake. There is always something new and exciting to experience here in the Round Lake area. Why wait? Come and experience Round Lake for yourself.
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Round Lake is a small, quaint town, adjacent to Big Round Lake, located in Sawyer County, Wisconsin. The population of this small town is estimated to be approximately 1,000 people. Although sparsely populated, the Round Lake area is an extraordinarily friendly community, always welcoming visitors with open arms to their Northwoods paradise. With its unparalleled hospitality and natural beauty, Round Lake is a fabulous choice for a vacation destination.
Big Round Lake itself is a little over 3,000 acres with an average depth of thirty-five feet. There is a channel connecting Big Round Lake to Little Round Lake and a dam-controlled inlet from Lake Placid. Little Round Lake is much smaller with two hundred thirty acres and an average depth of twelve feet.
Families visiting Round Lake can enjoy a multitude of relaxing activities from a bygone time. Quiet afternoons fishing, swimming in the lake or just sitting in the sun observing the plentiful wildlife. The Round Lake Marina allows visitors to rent jet skies, ski boats and pontoon boats, allowing visitors to fish or frolic out on the open water of the lake. With its size and depth, Big Round Lake is an ideal spot for kayaking and canoeing. From the serenity of the lake, boaters can absorb the scenery and catch glimpses of the breath-taking wildlife of the area such as beavers, otters, bald eagles, hummingbirds, woodpeckers, muskrats and even bear. Fishing aficionados can enjoy the plentiful muskellunge, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, crappies, rock bass, perch and walleye in Big Round Lake. Waterfowl abound along the bays and inlets of this gorgeous body of water, providing excellent subjects for both amateur and professional bird watchers. Trails surrounding the area allow numerous opportunities for hiking, All-Terrain Vehicle riding and mountain biking through the warmer summer months. Golfers can enjoy one of the numerous, award-winning golf courses of the nearby Hayward area. For braver, adventure seekers, the nearby rapids of rivers near towns such as Lenroot, Wisconsin beckon with unique kayaking and canoeing opportunities. In winter, visitors can enjoy snowmobiling, ice fishing, dog sled races and cross country skiing as they absorb the winter splendor of the Northwoods region of Wisconsin.
For a unique and memorable day trip from Round Lake, visitors can travel north to explore the Apostle Islands, the south shoreline of the great Lake Superior and the picturesque town of Bayfield, Wisconsin. Known as the gateway to Madeline Island and the Apostle Islands, the town of Bayfield is a memorable and unique day trip destination from the Round Lake area. This artistic and relaxed community features fabulous dining and shopping against its quaint village backdrop and the breath-taking views of Lake Superior. Visitors to this community can even arrange for a day of sailing on Lake Superior or an island cruise to one of the numerous and spectacular Apostle Islands. If you have the opportunity to visit in the autumn, be sure to check out the annual fall Apple Festival in this charming town.
Located in close proximity to the Round Lake area is the renowned Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, featuring nationally acclaimed hiking trails such as the Ice Age Trail and the North Country Scenic Trail, running from North Dakota to New York through this scenic forest. Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is also an excellent destination for camping, mountain biking, water sports, cross country skiing and picnicking.
For Round Lake visitors seeking quiet, yet luxurious accommodations, consider staying at one of the comfortable and accommodating resorts and lodgings along the shoreline of Big Round Lake near the town of Hayward, Wisconsin. Many of these resorts feature cabins or cottages in a variety of sizes to comfortably accommodate families or groups of all sizes. The cabins themselves often feature fully equipped kitchen facilities and a variety of other amenities, such as private beachfront areas, pools, private docks, gas fireplaces, whirlpools and more. For those looking to settle or purchase a vacation home in the Round Lake region, beautiful residential properties abound in this pristine wilderness. Many spectacular, privately-owned vacation homes of the Round Lakes regions are available for rental or purchase. In addition to the restaurants located at the resorts of Round Lake, the nearby town of Hayward features many dining choices sure to appeal to every member of your traveling party. Furthermore, an afternoon visiting the quaint antique and gift shops lining the streets of Hayward is a delightful diversion from the hustle and bustle of normal life.
Regardless, of how or where you choose to spend your time at Round Lake, it is sure to be a wonderfully laidback vacation experience. With the magnificent natural scenery and the wide variety of available activities and day trips, you and your family will treasure the memories of your time in the Round Lake area for years to come.
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