Prentice Park is Ashland’s largest park at approximately 100 acres offering tent camping sites, six small RV sites, two pavilions, artesian wells, wildlife viewing & playgrounds. It features 1.5 miles of ADA compliant trails, one mile of primitive walking trails, and also connects to the
Park Rd, Ashland, WI 54806
Ashland Historical Museum
Stop by the Ashland Historical Society Museum on historic Main Street. Browse the gift shop and rotating exhibits, as well as the historic photo archives. The research room is open year-round.
216 W Main St, Ashland, WI 54806
The Chequamegon Bay offers 14 species of game fish and is the major sportfishing area on Lake Superior. Although Lake Superior rarely freezes over, winter usually bring sufficient ice on Chequamegon Bay for ice fishing. If you’re a birding enthusiast, Ashland and the Chequamegon Bay offer
Chequamegon Bay, Ashland, WI 54806
South Shore Brewery
Ashland’s own microbrewery carries on Wisconsin’s great brewing heritage. Established in 1995, it is Northern Wisconsin’s first microbrewery and the home of the award-winning Nut Brown Ale.
808 W Main St, Ashland, WI 54806
Features swimming beach, playground, restrooms, access point for the Waterfront Trail walking and biking trail, pavilion, RV park, boat landing. Only a short distance to downtown Ashland. Click here for our Parks and Beaches Brochure. This campground has 33 RV only sites available on a first
200 Prentice Ave N, Ashland, WI 54806
Solstice Outdoors is conveniently located right on Chequamegon Bay and offers kayak and stand-up paddleboard rentals, which can be launched right from their private sandy beach. They are happy to accommodate groups. The outfitter also offers bike rentals and ski and snowshoe rentals during the
2521 Lake Shore Dr W, Ashland, WI 54806