New turn by turn guides available

Indiana Lincoln Highway Association President Jeff Blair created new detailed turn by turn road guides of the 1913 and 1928 routes of the Indiana Lincoln Highway Byway.
Separate guides are available for traveling east and west. The guides are divided by the related counties and include the mileage; historical markers, plaques and signs; and other recommended stops.

The four guides are available as PDF files on our Map / Directions web page here:

Encounter Elkhart at our Spring Event

We invite you to the Spring Gathering of the Indiana Lincoln Highway Association on Saturday, June 12, 2021

8:45 a.m. EDT – Meet at the Lerner Theatre – 410 S. Main St.  Ample parking available.

9:00 – 10:00 Behind the Scenes Tour, including seeing and hearing the 1924 Kimball Pipe organ. $8

10:00 – 10:30 Drive to the Elkhart County Visitor Center for historical presentation, box lunch and our business meeting – 3421 Cassopolis St. (  Social distancing and masks required during the meeting.

10:30 – 11:30 Presentation by local historian Larry App on Elkhart history and preservation efforts.

11:30 – 12:00 Box lunch catered by Baker’s Nook. $12. Bottled water provided or bring your own soft beverage.

12:00 – 1:30 Annual Meeting  We will ZOOM the business meeting portion for all who wish to participate in that way rather than in person. The meeting ID through ZOOM and the Passcode will be provided to all who request it.   The business meeting will be completed by no later than 1:30. Agenda and background information will be provided in advance to expedite the meeting.  Here is the form for the meeting registration and lunch menu options:

Payment can be made by check or via PayPal by using the “Donation: button on our homepage. You can use the PayPal “Donate” button with a credit card even if you don’t have a PayPal account, Just include a comment on the PayPal site that the payment is for the meeting – thanks. We need to hear from each of you who will attend either in person or remotely. Please register by June 9.

Lincoln Highway Parade in downtown Elkhart – June 23, 1915