We have an interactive map with trailheads and named trails and a searchable database of different routes.

A detailed, full-color map of the Ashland Watershed trails is available in the 2019-20 Ashland Map Guide, produced by the Ashland Chamber of Commerce Visitor and Convention Bureau. The map is available at Rogue Valley Runners, Mountain Provisions, the kiosk in the Ashland Plaza, and the Ashland Chamber of Commerce office.

You can also view this map online (large file).

The map displays many newer trails including Red Queen, Lewis Loops, Fell on Knee, Jabberwocky, Split Rock, Ricketty and the upper part of Wonder (but not the new, lower section). The map specifies trail use designation (hike/run only, bike only, equestrian, multi-use). Besides designing, building and maintaining many of these trails, AWTA contributed much of the original GPS trail information for the map.

Individual 8.5 x 11 maps of specific trail sections are available at the Ashland Parks and Recreation Department (1195 East Main Street) or can be found online.

Updated 3/28/2020