Ashland Travel Guide
Welcome to Ashland, OH!
Ashland is located on Interstate 71 between Columbus and Cleveland, which presents the possibilities of quick and easy travel to large city centers, while maintaining the benefits of a country lifestyle. The Amish population contributes considerably to the culture, economy and diversity of Ashland County. Travelers can find flea and farmer's markets with fresh produce throughout the county. The Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor (LHHC) is a national highway crossing 12 states from California to New Jersey, offering ample opportunity to discover some of Ashland's rich history. A local historic site is the Johnny Appleseed Monument and Heritage Center that explores the life and accomplishments of philanthropist, visionary and humanitarian, John Chapman. During the spring and summer months, live music and entertainment are available to the public at the Guy Chase Myers Memorial Band Shell. Brookside West Park Pond and the Ohio River provide a chance for fishing, which is another popular local activity. During the winter visitors enjoy the downtown holiday parade as well as the Madrigal Feaste and Festival of Lights at Ashland University.
This heritage center celebrates the history and folklore surrounding John Champman or Johnny Appleseed.
Hotels & Motels
A complimentary breakfast, VIP rooms/services, and no smoking rooms are just some of the features of this Super 8 hotel.