The Tri-County Corridor Recreation Trail is approximately a 60-mile trail running from Ashland to Superior, beginning at Prentice Park (on Turner Road) and winding through Fish Creek Slough. Motorized and non-motorized use permitted.
Dreamcatcher Sailing offers afternoon sails or full day excursions. Take the wheel and handle the ropes or just sit back and relax as the captain guides you around the Apostle Islands. Visit their website for a listing of available outings
Bayfield’s geographical location near Lake Superior and the Apostle Islands creates a unique micro-climate, allowing fruits and berries to flourish on the land around the city. Due to its large production of blueberry, raspberry, and strawberry crops, Bayfield has earned the title of “Official
Howl Adventure Center has you covered for all your bike, snowshoe, or cross-country ski rentals. Their bike rental fleet includes basic bikes, mountain bikes, fat tire bikes, E-bikes, and hybrids. All rentals are available by half day, full day, or weekly rates
The 8-block Main Street business district is listed on the National Historic Register of Historic Places and features over 20 murals depicting people and events from Ashland’s history. Murals start at the corner of Ellis Avenue and Main Street, continuing on streets going west in Ashland’s
Iron Bridge Nature Trail is a short but pretty hike that follows the ravine creek under the old iron bridge and across the creek to an overlook and waterfall. There is a small parking lot off Washington Ave not far from the boat landing.
In the winter, Mt. Ashwabay is a great destination for alpine skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. In the summer, it is home to Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua, a 900-seat venue that presents performances by renowned national and regional artists. There are also several hiking and