• New Itineraries - 2018

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    Communities Along the Lincoln Highway - Central, East, West
    Date Night Along the Lincon Highway - Central, East, West
    Girls Weekend Along the Lincoln Highway - Central, East, West

  • Outdoor Fun for Free

    There are many free things to do and see along the Illinois Lincoln Highway.
    Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park in University Park has 29 sculptures on the Campus of Governor State University.  Tours are also available on select Saturday mornings this summer. For more info visit: govst.edu
    Go train watching at Rochelle Railroad Park.  This railroad park includes a Gift Shop, picnic area, railroad artifacts and much more! For more infomation visit: rochellerailroadpark.org
    Take a trip outside and see the Black Hawk Statue in Lowden State Park in Oregon. For more information visit:  discoveroregonillinois.com

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  • Visit Fulton

    Take a trip throughout history on the Illinois Lincoln Highway.  Visit the De Immigrant Windmill, which is an authentic Dutch windmill in Fulton.  It was engineered in the Netherlands and is fully operational
    Travel back to the 1800's at Heritage Canyon, a 12 acre wooded plot with a variety of buildings that takes you back in time.
    Observe Lock and Dam 13, with an observation deck where you can take a look at the dam. 

  • Things To Do in St. Charles

    Head on down to St. Charles historic shopping district to shop at boutiques, look for antiques and books. And when you’re all done have some coffee at a café. One of the shops is Town House Books, a bookstore for all ages. townhousebooks.com
    Visit Durant House Museum, a restored 1843 prairie homestead.  Costumed tour guides bring the past to life.  ppfv.org/durant-house/
    Go on a Paddlewheel Riverboat Cruise on the Fox River Queen or the St. Charles Bella on the Fox River. Boat trips are 50 to 60 minutes long and are narrated with history of the area. stcriverboats.com

  • Morrison-Rockwood State Park

    When you are heading towards Morrison-Rockwood State Park on Crosby Road, you get to visit a covered bridge, which is an amazing photo opportunity.

    Once you get into the State Park see Lake Carlton and go fishing or boating. Go hiking and then eat a picnic lunch or dinner. See a variety of wildlife as you go hiking and go bird watching.  There are many different things to do and to see.
    For more information and for directions visit:  dnr.state.il.us

  • Beauty of Nature

    Spring is here s so get outside and enjoy the beauty of nature. 
    Lowell Park, established in 1907, has a nature center where all ages can learn about nature.  Go picnicking with your family, biking, walking, bird watching and so much more!  Located in Dixon this park has picture perfect scenery.
    Kane County Forest Preserve District has many different places you can go.  For a list of places visit: kaneforest.com.  Bliss Woods Forest Preserve is one of them, located in Sugar Grove.  There is an RV park, picnic shelter and an open play area, among other things to see. 
    So pack up ...

  • Educational Weekend Ideas

    Have an educational weekend along the Lincoln Highway.
    Be presidential in Dixon! See where Ronald Reagan grew up in his Boyhood Home. Then head over to the Loveland Community House & Museum, open Thursday-Saturday, and see a display of Ronald Reagan memorabilia.

    Learn about animals from all around the world at the Midwest Museum of Natural History in Sycamore open Tuesday to Saturday. 

    See wild animals in their natural habitat at the Red Oak Nature Center in Batavia. You may even catch a glimpse of Bald Eagles.

  • Road Trip!

    Take a road trip across the Illinois Lincoln Highway. There are many different places to visit and things to see.  Go camping, hiking, picnicking, take photos in one of the many state parks in the area. 
    Travel back in time to see a drive-in movie at the 1950’s Midway Drive in Theatre in Sterling. Find the original 1928 Concrete Lincoln Highway Markers. Visit Ronald Reagan’s Boyhood Home in Dixon.  See the Black Hawk Statue in Oregon. 
    There are so many things to do, you may need to take several road trips!

  • History Comes Alive

    History comes alive along the Lincoln Highway; from Reagan, Lincoln, planes and more; you can learn something new every day. 

  • 2018 Preview

    With 2018 on its way there are plenty of fun things to do in the upcoming year along the Lincoln Highway. Here is a preview of upcoming events.
    Homewood Chocolate Festival - Feburary 18th in Homewood is the 16th annual Homewood Chocolate Festival with baking demonstrations, variety of sweets, and an annual Chocolate Bake-Off Contest.
    Fulton Dutch Days - In the first full weekend in May, Fulton celebrates their Dutch heritage with a festival featuring Dutch dancing and costumes, a parade, food, and more! 
    Swedish Days Festival - Between June 19th and 24th celebrate Swedish heritage in Geneva with food, ...

  • Murals and Gazebos in the Winter

    Come to the Lincoln Highway to see murals and gazebos in the winter. Winter is a great place to explore what the Lincoln Highway has to offer. Check out our latest Youtube video!

  • Winter Preview 2017

    The leaves are falling which means that cold weather and winter is upon us. Here are some of the many things to do this season along the Lincoln Highway.
    Start off the season at the Chris Kringle Market in Ottawa. This Holiday Market is from December 1-3 and 8-10, is filled with goodies, food and more!
    Downtown Frankfort’s Christkindl weekend is December 2nd and 3rd. Bring the family for the 32nd annual Christmas celebration with horsedrawn wagon rides, caroling, craft station, cooking decorating, hot chocolate and more to get you into the holiday spirit.
    Take a Metra train from ...

  • Fall is Upon Us

    As the weather gets colder, pumpkins and goblins come out to play. There are many things to do this fall along the Illinois Lincoln Highway.

    Kick off your Halloween fun in Mokena for the Halloween Hallow Festival from October 13-15th. Have fun at carnival rides, a corn maze, hayrides and so much more. Fun for the whole family.
    Listen to ghost stories with Kathi Kreso for "Encounters with the Dead" at Fulton's De Immigrant Windmill for their month program on October 17th,
    Head over to Matteson for Fall Family Fun Fest on October 21st from 1-4pn for carnival games, ...

  • Outdoor Adventures

    Grab the family for an outdoor adventure this summer along the Lincoln Highway.
    Go for a bike ride or walk on the Old Plank Road Trail, a 22 mile long paved trail that connects Joliet, New Lenox, Frankfort, Matteson, Park Forest and Chicago Heights. 
    Build teamwork and creative problem solving while having fun at the adventure center ropes course and climbing tower at Irons Oaks Environmental Learning Center in Olympia Fields. Perfect for family reunions, scout troops and work events.
    Learn about life in the 1800’s at Blackberry Farm in Aurora. Visit a pioneer cabin, a blacksmith shop, one-room schoolhouse, ...

  • Summer Music Festivals

    As the weather warms up there are plenty of great festivals this summer along the Lincoln Highway.
    The Aurora Live Summer Concert Series is happening every first Friday, second Saturday and most Wednesdays of the month in downtown Aurora. This free event has music, food and more! Be sure to check the website for exact dates.
    Listen to bluegrass music at the Frankfort Bluegrass Festival from July 8th to 9th and have a weekend of music and fun.
    Celebrate 150 years of Rock Fall's history from July 29th to August 5th at the Rock Falls Sesquicentennial Celebration. With a Farmer's ...

  • Summer is Here!!

    It's the first day of summer! There are plenty of things to do and see along the Lincoln Highway over the summer months. Here are a few things you can do.
    Watch the latest movies at the Midway Drive-In Theatre in Sterling. 

    Take a hike in one of our many State Parks or Forest Preserves to get up close and personal with nature. 

    If the weather gets too hot, go to one of our many museums. The Joliet Historical Museum has a special exhibit through September about Joliet Area Sports Hall of Famers. 

    See a 68 foot windmill built between ...

  • Signature Events Along the Illinois Lincoln Highway

     Check out our latest video Signature Events Along the Illinois Lincoln Highway.

  • Aurora Live Summer Concert Series

    Throughout the summer Aurora Downtown presents live music on select Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturday. Wednesdays at the Plaza concerts are from 7-9pm, First Friday concerts are from 6-10pm and Summer Second Saturday concerts are from 11:30am-1pm. Coolers (no alcohol) are welcome so are blackets and chairs.
    May 5: Cinco de Mayo Concert: Sones de México Ensemble/James Sanders’ Conjunto
    May 13: Summer Second Saturdays: School of Rock Plainfield
    June 2: Eric Chesser and Blue Sky Blind with School of Rock Mokena
    June 10: Second Summer Saturdays: The Aviators
    June 14: Jake Mack and the Lesser Stags
    June 21: Empty Can Band
    June 28: Wayne’s World special concert feat. Noah’s Arcade with The Kevin ...

  • Spring Has Sprung

    As the weather gets warmer, get outside and see what the Lincoln Highway has to offer.

    Experience art and blooming flowers at the Floosmoor Sculpture Garden & Walk. Established in 1998, world-class art works are installed in the village square, around the town and in the sculpture garden.
    See about 100 animals in 41 different species at Phillips Park Zoo in Aurora. This free zoo has plenty to offer as well as a walking path.

    Have a quiet walk in the woods at Johnson's Mound Forest Preserve in Elburn. Pack a picnic and disconnect from the world.

  • Family Fun!

    Head on over to Jarrett Prairie Center in Byron for some free educational family fun!  Donations are accepted. See habitat exhibits, dioramas, a view of the prairie and much more. See woodland, wetland and prairie environments on displays.  Enjoy and appreciate nature.
    The Ellwood House in DeKalb has guided tours of an 1879 mansion that had been lived in for over 100 years! Cost is $8 for adults and $3 for youth 6-17.  On ten acres this mansion has formal gardens, two native garden areas.
    See an actual townhouse from the first, fully planned post WWII suburb in Park Forest. ...

  • Forest Preserves

    Head to one of the many Forest Preserves around Northern Illinois as the weather gets warmer. Each preserve has different wildlife and things to see. Take a hike, go bird watching, see the flowers blooming, go on a picnic and so much more!

    The Big Rock Forest Preserve’s woodlands, marshes, tallgrass prairie, and a 64-foot deep lake is among some of the many features of this preserve. 

    Andersen Woods in St. Charles has oak trees, maple trees and much more in the shaded forest.

  • Signature Attractions

    Check out our latest Youtube video on Signature Attractions along the Illinois Lincoln Highway!

  • Enjoy Nature This Spring

    As the weather warms up, appreciate the great outdoors along the Illinois Lincoln Highway this spring.
    The Fabyan Japanese Gardens in Geneva is a great place to appreciate nature and see a Japanese styled garden.

    Hike along the Old Plank Road Trail, a 22 mile long paved trail that goes through Joliet, New Lenox, Frankfort, Matteson, Richton Park, Park Forest and Chicago Heights.
    See the Blackhawk Statue as you hike in Lowden Park in Oregon.

  • Follow the Highway: Franklin Grove to Rochelle

    See scenic and historic sites in Franklin Grove. The Grist Mill is the only Grist Mill just powered by water.  Natural springs, hardwood forest, a variety of animals and flowers are some of the many things you can see in the Franklin Creek State Natural Area. 

    Take a ride on The Maxson Riverboat and Riverside Restaurant in Oregon, a genuine paddle wheel riverboat. Go hiking, camping, take pictures and so much more at Castle Rock State Park.
    Rochelle Rail Park is a perfect spot for train watchers with an observation area, railroad artifacts and a gift shop. Learn about history ...

  • Winter Preview

    There are plenty of things to do this winter season on the Lincoln Highway. Here are a few of the many fun events that are taking place.
    Get a head start on Christmas shopping in Frankfort’s 23rd Annual Holiday Craft & Vendor Show on November 12th. This is a great time to find that perfect gift for that special someone.
    Join Mokena for their annual Christmas Fest on November 19th. Enjoy lunch with Santa and crafts in the morning, a Parade of Lights and tree lighting in the evening followed by a family dance.
    Geneva’s Christmas Walk is from ...

  • Murals and Gazebos in the Fall

    Come to the Lincoln Highway to see murals and gazebos in the fall. Fall is a great place to explore what the Lincoln Highway has to offer. Check out our latest Youtube video!

  • Fall Fun on the Lincoln Highway

    Fall is here and there are so many things to do along the Lincoln Highway.
    Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm in Lockport has a 15 acre corn maze, plenty of attractions for the kids, and so much more!
    Blackberry Farm in Aurora has Pumpkin Weekends throughout October is a great place to take the kids. Decorating pumpkins, hay rides are among the things that you can do. There are different attractions featured throughout the month.
    Pick apples, pumpkins and get lost in a corn maze at Jonamac Orchard in Malta. If you like to get scared Friday and Saturday nights throughout ...

  • Farmer's Market

    Farmers Markets are great places to get fresh produce for the summer while supporting local farmers. There are many different farmer markets along the Lincoln Highway, here are a few to choose from.
    Aurora’s Farmers Market
    Downtown Market: Saturdays from mid June to October
    West Market: Wednesdays from July through September
    East Market: Thursdays from July through August
    Batavia’s Farmers Market
     Saturdays from June through October 
    Park Forest Farmer’s Market 
    Saturdays from May to October. 
    Dixon City Market
    Wednesdays from June to September.
    Sycamore Farmers Market
    Tuesdays from June to September.
    Morrison Farmer’s Market
    Saturdays from May through September

  • Follow the Highway: Sterling to Dixon

    See the home where Lincoln slept on July 18th, 1856, now converted into a museum.  During the summer months, watch a movie at Midway Drive-In.  Or see the history of the Sterling area at the Sterling/Rock Falls Historical Society Museum.
    For more information visit: themidwaydrivein.net
    Rock Falls
    History comes alive at the Little Red Schoolhouse Museum in Rock Falls. See what it was like to go to school in 1925. Want to spend time outdoors? Then head on over to the Hennepin Canal Parkway State Park to go canoeing, biking or hiking. 
    For more information visit: colomatownshipparkdistrict.com 
    Learn ...

  • Follow the Highway: Fulton and Morrison

    There are plenty of things to see and do as you drive into Fulton.
    De Immigrant, an authentic Dutch windmill sits high above the sky. Across the street is the Windmill Cultural Center where you can see a collection of 21 miniature windmills from 10 European countries.
    For more information and more things to do in Fulton visit: cityoffulton.us

    Drive though the Covered Bridge on your way to Morrison-Rockwood State park. Then see Lake Carlton at the state park. Have a picnic, go camping, fishing, boating, or just walk through the park to see an abundance of wildlife.

  • Christmas Trees

    The time of the years is here! It’s time to get a Christmas tree! If you don’t want the Charlie Brown Christmas tree come to one of these, out of the many Christmas Tree Farms in Northern Illinois:
    White Pines Inn in Mount Morris
    Kuipers Family Farm in Maple Park
    Timber Lane Christmas Tree Farm in Fulton

  • Winter Fun

    When the snow starts to fly… the fun starts.
    Go snowmobiling in Morrison Rockwood State Park, or skiing in Castle Rock State Park. 

    Warm up at Pickwick Tea Room’s Holiday High Tea, in Frankfort, Wednesdays thru Saturday in December. On Sunday December 14th, have tea with Santa.
    See the Midwest Museum of Natural History decorated with over 20 Christmas trees during the month of December. That is decorated by businesses and non-profits. Go on Tuesdays or Thursdays and enjoy a free make-and-take winter themed crafts. Saturdays get free hot chocolate with admission and Wednesdays are free days.

  • Halloween on the Highway

    Watch Hocus Pocus on Halloween for free at the Egyptian Theatre in DeKalb. Doors open at 11am. Take the kids and start your Halloween off right. Afterwards, trick or treat throughout Downtown DeKalb from 1-3pm.
    Also on Halloween, for the adults, a live showing of Rocky Horror Picture Show will also be shown at 8pm at the Egyptian Theatre. Tickets are $10.
    Want to get scared this Halloween? Halloween is the last day at Haunted Haven in Rock Falls. Admission is $12. Go…if you dare.

  • Fall Along The Lincoln Highway

    Take a drive to see the fall colors along the Illinois Lincoln Highway. There are so many things to do this fall! Go hiking and enjoy nature at Morrison Rockwood State Park. With an abundance of wildlife you may be able to see rabbits, squirrels, quail, pheasants, deer, groundhogs and a variety of species of birds. Take your camera and take that award-winning shot.

    Go apple picking, get lost in a corn maze at Jonamac Orchard in Malta. For more information and directions visit: jonamacorchard.com
     Buy apple cider donuts, pies, fudge, apple cider, get your Halloween pumpkin at Kuipers Family ...

  • Lincoln Highway Murals

    Test your knowledge about the murals of the Lincoln Highway! Log onto muralsofthelincolnhighway.com/quiz and see what you know. 
    35 murals along the 179-mile byway. Each mural is hand painted, 10x20 square feet, and tells a story. Take a trip along the Lincoln Highway and find all 35 murals. For more information and where you can find murals visit muralsofthelincolnhighway.com.

  • Autumn on the Prairie

    This Saturday, September 19th head on over to The Nature Conservancy in Franklin Grove for “Autumn on the Prairie” to celebrate the beginning of fall.  Go on guided tours of the prairie and savannas either on foot or by vehicle. See bison up close and personal. This is an amazing opportunity to take that astonishing photograph to show off to your friends.
    For more information visit: nachusagrasslands.org

  • Hauntings

    Go ghost hunting at Conover Square, a haunted building, in Oregon. Full use of their equipment is included: EMF Detector, Digital Ambient Thermometer, Infrared Surface Temperature Thermometer are among the equipment you can use. For more information and ghost sightings visit: conoverghosts.com
    Head on over to Rock Falls for a good scare. Opening on September 25th and closing on October 31st, Haunted Haven is an actor-based haunt on Friday and Saturday nights. This is not for the faint of heart. For more information and directions visit: hauntedhaven.org

  • Frankfort Fall Festival

     Head on over to Frankfort this Labor Day Weekend for some family friendly fun! The Frankfort Fall Festival is happened between September 5th and September 7th. On Sunday the 6th, watch a parade starting at 1pm on the corner of Ash and Nebraska. Ride carnival rides, listen to music, see chef demos, eat food and so much more! For more information and for directions visit: frankfortfallfestival.info


  • Fall Colors

    Fall is upon us. Get ready to see the fall colors along the Illinois Lincoln Highway.

  • Corn Maze

    Get lost in a corn maze at Jonamac Orchard in Malta this fall!
    This year’s corn maze honors our local first responders. With the 10-acre corn maze, 3 miles of pathways and two bridges it is sure to be loads of family fun.
    The corn maze is open from September 5th through November 1st on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
    But be warned…. on Friday and Saturday nights in October grab your friends and prepare for a scare at the haunted corn maze.

  • Fall Preview

    Corn mazes, petting zoos, apple cider, changing leaves. Fall in Northern Illinois is quickly coming upon us. Here is a preview of what you can expect this fall.
    Jonamac Apple Orchard in Malta is opening August 19th, so you don’t have to wait long to get your apple donuts! On September 5th-7th is the grand opening weekend of the corn maze.  For more information and directions visit: jonamacorchard.com
    Get a variety of different kinds of apples at Fairhaven Fruit Farm in Thomson. For more information visit:  fairhavenfruitfarm.com
    The Frankfort Fall Festival in historic downtown is happening over Labor Day ...

  • Abe Lincoln Statues

    See Abe along the Illinois Lincoln Highway.  Stop by Dixon to see the Lincoln Statue that captures Abe as a captain during the Black Hawk War.  This statue was dedicated August 23rd, 1930.  In Oregon see Abe along with Chief Black Hawk in the statue “Paths of Conviction, Footsteps of Fate”. This statue was dedicated October 13th, 2002.

  • Fireworks

    July 3rd Fireworks
    Aurora’s 3rd of July fireworks for more information visit aurora-il.org
    July 4th Fireworks
    Kirkland 4th of July Celebration. Fireworks start at 9:30pm For more info visit kirkland4thofjuly.com
    Joliet 4th of July Fireworks starts at dusk. For more info visit fireworksinillinois.com
    Frankfort 4th of July Celebration with Live Music, Children’s Entertainment, Face Painting, Concession. Fireworks start at dusk. For more info visit frankfortparks.org
    Batavia’s 4th of July Sky Concert begins at 5pm where you can buy food from venders. Show begins at 9:30pm.For more info visit bataviafireworks.org
    July 5th Fireworks
    Dixon Fireworks start at 9pm at the Petunia Festival.For more info about the ...

  • Summer Preview 2015

    Ashton Sesquicentennial Celebration
    Join Ashton as they celebrate 150 years! Taking place from June 11-14th.  For more information visit: ashtonil.com
    Fulton’s 3rd Annual Bluegrass Festival
    Fulton’s 3rd Annual Bluegrass Festival will take place on Saturday, June 20th from 1-6pm. Join Fulton for some Bluegrass music.
    Annual Swedish Days
     The Annual Swedish Days is an event that takes place in Geneva every summer. With a ton of family friendly activities it is fun for everyone! For more information visit: http://genevachamber.com/#sthash.Hxx07x0k.dpuf
    PreOsh Wingfest 
    At Rochelle Municipal Airport there will be live music, food, and airplanes on display.  For more information visit: http://www.cityofrochelle.net

  • Free Outdoor Movies This Summer

    Take the kids out to a free outdoor movie this summer. 
    Geneva is showing Wizards of Oz on June 11th from 8:30pm to 10:30pm. 
    Watch Big Hero Six on June 20th from 6:30pm to 10:30pm in Yorkville. Food and activities are from 6:30pm to 8pm, the movie starts at 9pm on a 30 foot screen.
    Memorial Park in Sterling have free movie nights every other Tuesday. Movies begin at Dusk (about 8:30pm)
    .June 9th- The Lego Movie
    June 23rd- Maleficent
    July 7th- The Polar Express
    July 21st- Planes Fire and Rescue
    August 4th Big Hero ...

  • Farmer's Markets

    Support local farmers at Farmer’s Markets along the Illinois Lincoln Highway.

    Mokena’s Open-Air Market
    A mix of traditional farmer’s market vendors with fine artisan foods and crafts.  Every Saturday through October 17th (except for July 4th and July 18th) from 8:30am to 12:30pm.  For more information visit contact Samantha Cooper at (708)479-3900 or check out Mokena.org.
    Genoa Farmer’s Market
    Market dates: 5/30, 6/27, 7/25, 8/29, and 9/26 from 9am to 2pm.  Located on the corner of Rt 72 and South Genoa Street.
    Sycamore Farmer’s Market
    Every Tuesday from June 1st to September 30th from 3pm to 7pm on the corner ...

  • Murals

    Get out and visit the murals this winter!  Be sure to take loads of pictures and to visit other attractions along the way.

  • Valentine's Day

    Head to Downtown Dixon for their Second Saturday’s featuring a Valentine’s Day lineup.  There are plenty to do for an amazing Valentine’s Day.  http://www.discoverdixon.org/event/146-events-arts/2015/02/15/410-second-saturdays.html
    Proceeds of this fundraiser goes to Ashton’s 150th Celebration on June 11-15, 2015.  Tickets are $30 in advanced or $35 at the door.  This includes: dinner, wine glass with complimentary wine sampling tickets, and live entertainment by Burn N’Bush.  Also includes a live auction. http://www.ashtonusa.com
    On February 14that 2pm Garfield Farm 7 Tavern Museum will be holding a lecture and a tour of the museum’s 1842 threshing barn that is going through a restoration.  There is a ...

  • Summer Preview

    It isn’t too early to make plans for family fun this summer.  There are many things to do along the Illinois Lincoln Highway. 
    From June 23rd to June 29th head on over to Geneva for their Annual Swedish Days Festival.  Have a great time with days filled with family fun activities.  For more information visit: genevachamber.com
    Farmers markets are a great way to get fresh fruits and vegetables this summer.  It is also a great place to take the family and to buy local.
    Plan a camping trip in one of the many parks along the Illinois Lincoln Highway.

  • Golf Season

    Gear up for golf season along the Illinois Lincoln Highway.  There are many golf courses to choose from.  Here are a few. 
    Deer Creek Golf Course in University Park.  deercreekgolfcourse.com
    Coyote Run in Flossmoor.  coyoterungolf.com

    Hughes Creek in Elburn.  hughescreek.com
    Deer Valley in Big Rock.  deervalleygc.net 
    Lost Nation Golf Course in Dixon.  lostnationgolf.com
    PrairieView Golf Club in Byron.  prairieviewgolf.com

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Fun Facts!

  • The first name proposed for the Lincoln Highway was the Coast-to-Coast Rock Highway.
  • By 1927 90% of Americans owned an automobile.
  • The Town of Fulton, Illinois has an authentic, working Dutch windmill.
  • Chicago Heights Illinois is known as The Crossroads of the Nation, because the Lincoln and Dixie Highways intersect.
  • The very first Seedling Mile is located in Malta, Illinois.