C&O Home  GAP Home
The C&O Canal Towpath Trail and Great Allegheny Passage

Reply to Comfort Inn Connellsville in Connellsville

Scroll down to see the discussion
All submissions are reviewed for appropriateness. We reserve the right to remove or edit any comment that we consider incorrect, misleading, or inappropriate, at our sole discretion. Please remember that this is a family-friendly website.
Reply to Comfort Inn Connellsville in Connellsville
Your Name:

This does not have to be your real name. It could be a "screen name", your initials, or just leave blank.
Your Hometown:

Optional - it's just interesting to know where people are from
Email Address
So we know you are a human, please answer this easy math quiz:
5 + 3 =
Rick on 2/23/2021 10:03:38 AM:
Planning on camping at the Adirondack type shelters just outside Connellsville. Appx. 58 mile day so a shower would feel good. Anyone used the shower at the Comfort Inn Motel? Cost, etc?

John W. from Pittsburgh,PA on 2/23/2021 1:37:45 PM:
Get there early! The Adirondacks fill up quick in summer and I ended up having to put my tent on the grass. Not sure about hotel costs or shower availability outside of a hotel, I’m sure someone will chime in. John

Rivnuts from Homestead, PA on 2/23/2021 11:21:40 PM:
A couple of years ago when the now Comfort Inn was the financially-ailing Cobblestone Inn, there were notices posted in the Adirondack shelters that bikers could go there, get a shower and use the Internet for $10. I don’t know if the comfort Inn still offers that opportunity or not. You can call them to see. The place is only a few years old so I would expect things inside to still be suitable for showering and the like. It’s just a short 1/4-mile or so beyond the Adirondack shelters. If the o fort Inn no longer offers that service, you might want to consider camping at the Uniontown (Connellsville) KOA Campground. While it is primarily a campground for RV’s, there is a nice designated area for tent camping, some with and some without electrical outlets albeit with little shade. However, they have showers, a pool and a gift shop with ice cream and snacks. This KOA is located right on the GAP Trail about 3 miles before you get to the Adirondack shelters in Connellsville. There are no Adirondack shelters per se’ at the KOA but they do have some small, 4- and 6-person log cabins there. I’ve not stayed in any of those cabins but they look ok from the exterior. You’d have to contact them about rates and availability of those cabins. The tent sites are not heavily used so I suspect you would’t need an advance reservation simply to tent there. Hope this info helps.