Traveling the Lincoln is not as bad as it use to be, once called "Mud Road." Set out for your next adventure using our interactive map.

Join the Iowa Lincoln Highway Association

Join the ILHA to help preserve and promote the road in Iowa and around the country.

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Become a Member

By joining the Association, you will be connecting to a nationwide network of Lincoln Highway supporters and enthusiasts. There are many great benefits to being an Iowa or National member.

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Latest News

Check out what's going on in the Lincoln Highway Community! Events, anniversaries, and much more are posted to keep you updated!

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Events on the Lincoln

There are always great things to do along the Lincoln. See what events are happening in the various communities around the state of Iowa. Start your new adventure here.

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The Colo Historical Association - Iowa will again have the Reed Station at the intersection of the Lincoln and Jefferson Highways open to the public on Saturday, January 28 from 10:00 - 3:00 and on Sunday, January 29 from 10:00 - 2:00. ... See MoreSee Less

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A nice addition to Clarence! If you haven't been through lately, Clarence is always a great spot to get your dose of Lincoln Highway red, white and blue! ... See MoreSee Less

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#NationalPieDay Comment and share where your favorite spot is along the Lincoln Highway in Iowa for a slice. Bonus points if you can tell us where you'll find this sign! ... See MoreSee Less

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#BootleggersDay Legend has it that the Lyons-Fulton Bridge at Clinton, Iowa, and the Lincoln Highway, were used by bootleggers for rum-running through Iowa to Illinois and Indiana during prohibition. The Lyons-Fulton Bridge sometimes known as the Lincoln Highway Bridge has since been replaced. Visit Clinton, Iowa ... See MoreSee Less

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As more and more of the original Lincoln Highway fabric disappears beneath superhighways, our role in preserving its legacy becomes urgent. Help us by appreciating its history; get off the beaten path, discover small towns, historic motels and restaurants, and the beauty of curving, tree-lined roads. Experience travel the way it was when getting there was half the fun—drive the Lincoln Highway. —Cathie Nichols, Clinton County Consul