Indiana calls itself “The Crossroads of America” with good reason. In the 1920s, the Dixie Highway, Lincoln Highway, the National Road, and many more long-distance trails crossed the state. Indiana was also home to many early auto makers, including Stutz, Auburn, Cord, Deusenberg, Cole, and Studebaker.
The Pikes Peak region of Colorado holds a wealth of roadside resources from motels to tourist springs and beyond. Join us for the Rocky Mountain adventure!
The Pikes Peak region welcomed the auto tourist with as much enthusiasm as it had the rail tourist of an earlier generation. Colorado Springs, Colorado City, and Manitou Springs all retain many establishments from the Golden Years of automobile tourism, possible one of the best collections in the country.