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I wasn't familiar with the GAP Great Alleghany Passage. Thanks! I just googled it and read a bit about the trail. It looks like great.
Really after reading my question again the main question is regarding suggestions for great route from Cincinnati to to the East Coast. I need to check out the PA Bike route next and also try to find out about the off road bike path into Cincy. Thanks
It's hard to raise money unless you have a unique angle and a talent for attracting media attention. Some (not many) just seem to have a knack for that.
" Search "campgrounds near [name of town and state]". Zoom out to widen the results if nothing shows up. The results will not be exhaustive since the search will not return town parks that allow camping, but it is a good start."
This does work usually with regular Google searching, not Google maps.
Thanks , Do the ACA maps identify suitable camping spots along all the routes ? As I get older I find the uncertainty of looking for camping spots late in the day a real pain and am keen to avoid this.
All NJ state parks are $25 for non-residents.
Even for cyclists setting up a tent for the night? Wow. I realize every motel in the northeast is $175 minimum. But it still seems exorbitant.