Saturday, July 10, 2021
Welcome to California! The Lincoln Highway in the Golden State follows a variety of paths. While exploring the highway, you may find yourself on the 1913–27 route through the San Joaquin Valley and the Altamont Pass, or on the 1927–28 route across the Carquinez Strait. The Lincoln Highway guided travelers through both the Donner Pass and Echo Summit in the Sierras. You'll never run out of adventures or surprises on these routes. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
The California chapter meets four times a year to conduct chapter business, visit historic sites, share lunch at an historic eatery, or listen to speakers on highway-related subjects. Visitors are always welcome.
The Traveler Newsletter
The California chapter publishes The Traveler newsletter each quarter. Each issue include local and national association news and updates on ongoing interpretation and preservation efforts, as well as in-depth looks at current and historical events along the highway.
Sports Leisure Vacations of Sacramento operates coach bus tours on the Lincoln Highway. Learn more about these trips!
Check out the Lincoln Highway Association’s online map for complete coverage of the Lincoln Highway and all of its alignments, markers, monuments, and points of interest.
The California state director, Neil Rodrigues, has taken hundreds of photos of Lincoln Highway Association events, including California chapter events and road tours.
Donate to the California Chapter
Your donation will go towards the chapter’s activities, particularly funding signs to guide travelers along the Lincoln Highway in California.