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    Best camping for Allegrippis? anything FREE?

    Im hoping to get to Allegrippis this next week and am wondering where the best camping is. Free camping would be preferred but I would really like to be close enough to ride from the site to the trails. Is there anything around that area like that? I have a truck that I usually sleep in so it doesn't need to be anything fancy, just a place to park and a place I won't get in trouble for parking/camping in. Thanks for any help.

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    I dont know of anything free, but the Seven Points campground is right in the middle of the trail system. Tent sites are about $20 bucks. I stayed there last year and aside from some noisy night-owl neighbors it was excellent. Clean showers and bathrooms are nearby.
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    Susquehannock Campground is the primitive site (used for Dirtfest).

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    The best is the one you want to ride most often..

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    But no, it's not free.

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    Yes, you are right! Yet it's cheaper than the fine for parking off road, and you can swim in the lake.

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    The best is the one you want to ride most often..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyin_W View Post
    Yes, you are right! Yet it's cheaper than the fine for parking off road, and you can swim in the lake.

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    I camp there when I go. My message was more directed to the OP.

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    Thanks guys,
    looks like Susquehannock Campground is the place to go. I will probably stay there if I end up going.

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    weekends fill up fast, so make a reservation in advance once you find out when you are going. A lot of the waterfront campsites don't have much flat ground, but sites 57, 59, 61, and 62 are all pretty good, at least that's what I thought when I stayed at 57. Camping right near the trails is super fun!

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    i'll be there this weekend... site 46, white cannondale 29er...

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    Wal-Mart is about 5-6 miles from the parking lot for Allegrippis. One time I just drove my truck over and slept in my car, but some sites nearby are ~$25 a night.

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