Nearby Salt Creek became a vital part of "heading West" in the 1840's and 1850's; the creek has a low-water limestone ledge and became part of the Oxtail Trail (a varient route of the Oregon Trail) as it offered a safe place to pass through. Finally in 1870, Ashland was formally established. This small town was named after the plantation of Kentucky statesman Henry Clay. Today, there are over 3000 residents and is in close proximity to Gretna, Omaha, and Lincoln. Ashland is also booming with residential new construction homes.
THINGS TO DO
Ashland is home to the Strategic Air Command and Space Museum, Lee G. Simmons Wildlife Safari Park, and Quarry Oaks Golf Club. Enjoy a glass of wine from local wineries Glacial Till and Celler426.
AVAILABLE HOMES FOR SALE
See below for all of the homes in Ashland that are available now!