Ashland is home to a full-service, 121-slip marina, conveniently located in the center of town. Head out on the world’s largest freshwater lake offering word-class smallmouth bass fishing, enjoy breathtaking views of sunsets on tree-lined shores and then dock within easy walking distance of Ashland’s historic Main Street business district.
The community’s pride in its rich history is evident in its 13 vibrant murals highlighting a particular aspect of Ashland’s colorful past, depicting subjects ranging from the city’s lumberjacks and military veterans to its railroads, storefronts and former massive ore dock. Since 2005, Ashland has been known as the “Historic Mural Capital of Wisconsin,” making the city a year-round public art destination.
Grab a quick bite to eat before heading out to explore the area or savor a candlelit dinner on the shores of Chequamegon Bay. Gather local organic treats and artisan breads and cheeses for a picnic in the northwoods. Check out one of Ashland’s locally-owned eateries for home-cooked specialties or sip an award-winning craft-brewed beer with your meal.
Located 1.15 miles from the intersection of U.S. Hwy. 2 and State Hwy. 13, next door to Schraufnagel Glass.