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Old marine from Erie, PA on 6/26/2011 5:18:31 AM:
My wife and I have never been to Ohiopyle, we would like to stay there for a few days and ride the GAP. One day ride North out and back and the next Day South out and back. Any recommendations for a place to stay?

 
Colorado Riders from Fruita, CO on 6/26/2011 5:04:18 PM:
We just got back from riding the GAP-C&O canal trails and had a great time. We camped at Ohiopyle State Park and it was wonderful (minus the too friendly racoons). Nice spots and shower house close-by. The trail is a short but steep quarter mile from the park. It is definitely a push you bike up, but if you're looking for good camping, OSP can't be beat. Enjoy the trail. We wish we were riding it again soon!

 
lenny on 6/26/2011 8:45:14 PM:
Yough Plaza Motel, 1-800-992-7238. By the way the trail runs east and west. and the trail is in the park, which is from Connellsville to almost Confluence

 
JULIA A WRIGHT on 6/28/2011 11:50:22 AM:
We were there recently, intended to camp but the weather was really bad so we rented a Yurt at the State park. It was great , like half- camping!-