What are the sleeping accommodations? What if I don’t like to camp?

January 28, 2016 Comments Off on What are the sleeping accommodations? What if I don’t like to camp?


Cyclists can opt to bring and set up their own tent, or they can utilize the convenient Tent & Porter service for an additional fee.

Riders can also make their own arrangements to stay in nearby hotels or bed and breakfasts, and local options for each town have been provided on the 2017 Lodging Page. Any transportation required between the BikeMaine Village and offsite lodging will need to to be worked out between you and your lodging management. Riders who elect to spend a night outside of the BikeMaine Village are responsible for their own luggage; BikeMaine does not have the capacity to monitor luggage overnight.

For a complete worry-free experience, you can let bike travel specialist Summer Feet make all of your lodging accommodations. Summer Feet offers a BikeMaine lodging package that includes accommodations and transportation between the BikeMaine Village and the lodging property.

Please note that while BikeMaine offers information about non-camping lodging options as a courtesy, BikeMaine makes no representations about the quality of the properties or services provided.

Please note that while BikeMaine is willing to make riders aware of non-camping lodging options, BikeMaine makes no representation about the quality of the properties or service provided.


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