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Old 08-10-2010, 07:10 PM   #1
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Question Walking trails

New member with another dumb question. In RV camps are bikes allowed on the walking trails or does CG set its on policy? Have notice more walking trails than bike trails. Thanks
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Each campground has their own policy.
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A good question, actually... but Dirk is right. Campgrounds set their own rules and you'll have to look for signs either posted or on your check in docs.

We love finding a place with good bike trails but since we left California we've found them far too scarce.
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