Lake Superior Lodge Voyageurs Mural
Stop in at the Lake Superior Lodge located on Hwy 2 west of Ashland to see the extensive interior murals representing the history of the voyageur era. There are three separate murals: one in the lobby, one in the café, and one in the pool area. These murals were painted in the studio. The Lake Superior Lodge is at the head of Chequamegon Bay, and is thus close to the location of an original Ojibwa village. The murals depict the Ojibwa tribe, fur trappers, and Jesuit Priests. They were completed in September of 2006 and were commissioned by Hank Martinsen during the renovation of the motel.