About Lincoln Trail Region

The Lincoln Trail Region was formed on June 15, 1963 and covers much of the middle of Illinois, and part of the middle of Western Indiana. It includes the following counties in Illinois: Adams; Brown; Cass; Champaign; Christian; Clark; Coles; Cumberland; DeWitt; Douglas; Edgar; Effingham; Ford; Fulton; Hancock; Henderson; Iroquois; Knox; Livingston; Logan; Macon; Marshall; Mason; McDonough; McLean; Menard; Morgan; Moultrie; Peoria; Piatt; Sangamon; Schuyler; Shelby; Stark; Tazenwell; Vermilion; Warren; and Woodford. It also includes the following counties in Western Indiana: Benton; Clay; Fountain; Parke; Vermillion; Vigo; and Warren. This region is located near several great tracks where you can drive your Porsche to it's fullest potential. In addition, we have several places for great scenic drives such as Grandview Drive in Peoria, or the Spoon River. We are part of zone 13 of the PCA.

Our region has monthly social get togethers in several locations throughout the region. Because of our large geographic area, we have strategically located these socials so that everyone in the region can attend one without a long drive. These are very casual events and everyone is welcome. This is a great place to meet some of our members and learn more about what we do.

These are just a few of the things our Lincoln Trail Region has to offer. Please see our calendar for more details.

If you are not yet a member, and are interested in becoming one, please click here.

You can view our Original Charter from 1963 here.

Below is a map of the entire Zone 13.