Join us in Plymouth, Indiana for our October 22, 2022 Fall Meeting

We invite you to the Fall Gathering of the Indiana Lincoln Highway Association on Saturday, October 22. $12.50 includes snacks, box lunch, tip, and beverage.

9:00 a.m. E
DT ~ Meet at the Marshall County Historical Society Museum, 123 N. Michigan St., Plymouth 46563

9:15 11:15 ~ Carpool together for a driving tour of Marshall County. Each vehicle will have a map and description of sights to see during the drive. Beginning at the Chief Menominee Memorial southwest of Plymouth, we will travel to the 1928 alignment of the LH via Ancilla College. We will see Donaldson, an original LH post, stop to hear the story of the restoration of a Mobil gas station, pass the LH Kiosk, Heminger Travel Lodge building, Inwood, and Bourbon. We will stop in Bourbon to see the town square and the Lincoln Highway panels, then return to Plymouth and the Marshall County Museum.

12:30 ~ Tour the Marshall County Museum and Crossroads Center and model train room.

0 2:30 ~ Box lunch and membership meeting. Agenda will include updates on current activities, plans for hosting the 2024 National LHA Conference, and more.
The agenda and background information will be provided
in advance to each registrant to expedite the meeting. Please register by October 20 so we have an accurate count for lunch and can send you meeting materials. Register by email, mail, or phone. You can pay online at our home page using the Donate button.

15493 State Road 23, Granger, IN 46530

INLHA November, 2021 Newsletter

The Indiana Lincoln Highway Association November, 2021 Newsletter is available as a downloadable PDF file here:

The link of the National Lincoln Highway Association membership in the newsletter is no longer valid. Please use this instead – thanks:

Indiana Byways Conference November 4-5 in Metamora, Indiana

The Whitewater Canal National Scenic Byway is hosting this conference so the eight Indiana Byways can work together to “Increase Visitor Engagement along Your Byway.” Location is the historic depot at 19067 U.S. 52. (If this blog post is emailed to you and the link doesn’t work, just go to our website’s Blog / News page:)

There is no charge for attendance at the Conference, however reservations for Thursday evening’s dinner are required. Contact Candy Yurcak with Whitewater by
October 29th at .

A block of rooms has been reserved at Cobblestone Inn & Suites, 9135 S.R. 101 in Brookville (approximately 8 miles from the conference center). A reduced nightly rate
of $90.00 will be granted when making your reservation mentioning the Whitewater Canal Byway Association Conference on November 4 & 5.

Thursday’s agenda includes exploring the Whitewater Canal Byway, networking, and dinner. Friday offers many workshops, updates from each Byway, and concludes by 2:30.

A complete agenda is available as a downloadable PDF file here:

Fall Meeting in New Carlisle, Indiana

The Indiana Lincoln Highway Association will hold its Fall Meeting in New Carlisle, Indiana at the newly refurbished Historic New Carlisle on October 30, 2021 – 9:30 am EDT. It is located in the center of town now at 112. E. Michigan St. (the Lincoln Highway). Dana Groves will be our host as we take a peek at the interesting things they are doing around town and at their new digs! The business meeting and lunch will follow at Jennie Rae’s beginning at 11:00 and hopefully ending by 12:30-1:00 for departure. You will hear many more details later in the month…but mark your calendar and lets have some fun together!

Historic County Courthouses on the Indiana Lincoln Highway

Read about and see photographs of all the historic County Courthouses on or near the two routes of the Indiana Lincoln Highway Byway via a PDF file on our new Points of Interest web page:

Photograph below is of the Allen County Courthouse in Fort Wayne. All Courthouse photographs are courtesy of John Deacon.


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: