There are two routes of the Lincoln Highway in Ashland County.
- The 1928 route enters the county on Old Lincoln Way/U.S. 30-A, from Wayne County and travels through Jeromesville, Hayesville and Mifflin. Leaving Mifflin, follow routes 603 and 430 on to Richland County.
Ashland County is split north and south by U.S. Route 30 and the Lincoln Highway. South of Rt 30 on S. R 60 is Loudonville, home of many seasonal attractions and the Wally Road Scenic Byway, also Mohican Forest.
974 County Road 1600; near Ashland Oh
Charles Mill Lake
Ashland County was home to the Studebaker family, originators of the Indiana made automobile. This memorial to them is east of Ashland on what is now US 250. Photos by Lincoln Highway Collection, Transportation History Collection, Special Collections Library, University of Michigan.
One lane paved in brick, the other still mud in Ashland County.