Step back into time and take a leisurely* drive in a “Tin Lizzie” antique car. Even your youngest “driver wannabe” can drive along the winding trail (as long as someone older is there to help). Both two- and four-seat cars are available. *Please note: “leisurely” may be in the eye of the beholder, depending on the “skills” of your young driver. Check out these stories, videos and photos about the Lewis & Clark Trail here on our HoliBlog.
Lewis & Clark Trail
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Tips For Your Visit
- If the driver is shorter than 42” tall, the front-seat passenger must be tall enough to help steer and press the foot pedal without either rider standing.
- We require a minimum of two riders per car. Please keep this in mind when deciding on drivers/riders.
- Please keep in mind, there is no standing up in the cars while out on the trail.
- Want to take a picture? The cars not in use off the track make for great photo opportunities after exiting the ride.
- The original Lewis & Clark Trail includes Clarksville, Indiana.
- This attraction is not recommended for Guests who have a back or neck condition, have had recent surgery, injury, or illness, or who are pregnant.
- Guests wearing neck braces may not ride. Guests with forearm casts on both arms must be accompanied by a Supervising Companion.
- Want to learn more about Lewis & Clark? Either grab a history book, or if you’re interested in our antique car ride, steer on over to our HoliBlog.
- Height limit: Minimum 42″ to ride without a supervising companion
- Weight limit: Maximum combined weight, 400 pounds per 2-seat cars and 800 pounds per 4-seat cars
- Type: Tin Lizzies
- Vehicles: 15 cars, a mix of 2-seaters and 4-seaters
- Speed: 4 mph
- Length: 950 feet