Hayward Koa

Hayward, Wisconsin

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Hayward KOA is an ideal family getaway in the Northwoods - with loads of entertainment options! From Memorial Day to Labor Day, weekends include free s'mores on Fridays and crafts, games, DJ/line dancing and outdoor movies on Saturdays. This KOA also boasts a 300-foot (newly refurbished) waterslide, an 80,000-gallon heated pool (up to 9 feet deep!), arcade games, 18-hole mini golf, tetherball and so much more! Stop by the new cafe (Red Pine Express) for a delicious bite to eat, and lounge in the new outdoor sitting area. Or you can have fresh pizza and hot wings delivered right to your site. Escape the busy life and experience Wisconsin's wildlife while you canoe, kayak or tube down the Namekagon River. You're also near miles of ATV/bike trails. Love fishing? There are plenty of lakes and rivers in the Hayward area. For an unforgettable summer, stay at Hayward KOA! Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 55 feet. Your hosts: the DeBolt family and the Harris family.

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