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
Join legions of parents from over the years in this sneak-peek of your child’s future driving skills! Read More »There’s nothing like seeing the look on your child’s face when he or she gets behind the wheel for the first time!The original Lewis & Clark Trail includes Clarksville, Indiana.Some of these antique cars are two-seaters and others are four-seaters.
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.
- 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 adult
- 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