Less of a town and more of a single building, the Lance Inn was built out of the shell of an office building in what was Downtown Lancing. The Inn was started by a caravan owner named Enoch Buck when he was ready to settle down and give up the road. Since its initial construction, several adjacent buildings have been absorbed by the Lance Inn, including a parking garage and a wide perimeter has been cleared around it.
Because it is situated between Ludington and the East coast, the Lance Inn sees fairly constant traffic. It is often chosen by caravan owners from different cities as a neutral location for trade disputes and for larger meetings.