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Reply to Lock #21 (Swain's Lock) in Potomac

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Reply to Lock #21 (Swain's Lock) in Potomac
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jrush on 7/5/2019 1:13:18 PM:
Is this a free biker campsite?

 
John from Pittsburgh on 7/5/2019 10:22:15 PM:
Yes. All “hiker/biker” sites along the C&O are free. The GAP is a different story.

 
Rivnuts from Homestead, PA on 7/15/2019 11:47:09 AM:
While the Hiker/Biker (H/B) campsites along the C&O Canal Trail are free there are other campsites along the C&O that are not free such as at Spring Gap, 15 Mile Creek, Antietam, etc. While they may appear to be H/B sites they are generally larger and better maintained and hence why they require a reservation and fee. There are free trailside campsites along the GAP Trail although they are not referred to as "H/B" sites. There are free camp sites at Connellsvile, Round Bottom, Cedar Creek Park and Dravo Cemetary.