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A 10% cancelation fee will be charged up to 30 days before our services start. A 50% fee will be charged for canceling 29 to 11 days before our services start. No Refund will be given 10 days or less from the time our services start. We set up tents rain or shine; no refund will be given due to weather.
Our refund policy is NO EXCEPTIONS. Trip cancelation insurance is available through your local agent or if you don’t have an agent you can purchase it through McKay Insurance Agency, Inc. Link to Website
Comfy Campers is not responsible or affiliated with the trip cancelation insurance.
|Rails-To-Trails Conservancy Florida Sojourn
February 29-March 3, 2016 3 Nights
"Miami to Everglades Tour"
The Annual Summer Rails-To-Trails Greenway Sojourn Has Expanded! New for 2016, enjoy four regional Sojourn rides: Winter, Spring, Summer & Fall. Travel the rails of the past through small towns and beautiful countrysides, thanks to Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s national efforts to convert railroad tracks to scenic trails. Choose from four unique tours in winter, spring, summer and fall. Each tour includes great food, camping, hot showers and huge fun, all for a great cause!
| Comfy Campers Registration Opens January 1st
Rails-To-Trails Conservancy Pennsylvania Sojourn
May 6-8, 2016 2 Nights
“A Mother’s Day Excursion along the Great Allegheny Passage”
|Rails-To-Trails Conservancy West Virginia Sojourn
June 19-22, 2016 3 Nights
"Wild and Wonderful North Bend Trail"
Since the first Sojourn in 2001, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s Rail-Trail Sojourn has guided thousands of riders from all over America along the most scenic trail networks in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Maryland. The Sojourn is designed to allow participants to stop and explore the communities and attractions along the way. You’ll be riding at your own pace, and there are frequent opportunities to stop, rest, and enjoy the surroundings, which makes this a ride for all ages. RTC sojourns are for all ages and skill levels—from the young to the young-at-heart, aficionados to first-timers, families to freewheelers! But the event is more than just a ride. The Sojourn celebrates open trails but also highlights gaps in what could be longer regional systems. It does this by uniting, for several days at least, separate trails into one network and therefore demonstrating the benefits of completing unfinished trail segments and drawing attention to the specific hurdles that need to be overcome.
|Cycle The Erie Canal
July 10-17, 2016 8 Nights
Our services begin registration day, July 9th
Join cyclists from across the country and around the world for the 18th annual Cycle the Erie Canal bike tour. Enjoy beautiful scenery, fascinating history, and a one-of-a-kind cycling experience on this fully supported eight-day ride across New York between Buffalo and Albany. Along the way, learn about the people, places, and events that shaped the Erie Canal and its vital role in American history. Cycle the Erie Canal attracts riders of all ages and abilities, from beginners and families to experienced cyclists.
|Bon Ton Roulet
July 23-30, 2016 7 Nights
Our services begin registration day, July 23rd
The Bon Ton Roulet is a seven-day bicycle tour through the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York State. Our fully supported tour takes cyclists from wide open farm fields, past stunning overlooks of our lakes, to cavernous water-carved gorges. You’ll also enjoy an area of the country that’s as rich with National Historic Sites as it is award winning wineries.
|The Great Big FANY Ride
July 24-30, 2016 7 Nights
Our services begin registration day, July 23rd
Ride with a great group of bikers who are serious about having fun. Come earn your bragging rights ... we ride 500 challenging miles and usually climb 20,000'- 25,000' in the week and have a great time doing it..
July 30-August 5, 2016 7 Nights
Our services begin registration day, July 29th
What do you think of when you go for a ride? What do you think of when looking for a tour? We think it’s more than just going from point A to point B. We think it’s about scenic, well-marked routes through quaint New England towns, farms and forests, lakes and rivers. We think it’s also about smelling the flowers, lingering at lunch, eating ice cream, making new friends, taking a plunge into a pond, buying fruit from a farm, watching a sunset, pedaling at your own pace, climbing a mountain if you want, recharging, rekindling and chasing a dream. Welcome To Cycle Massachusetts.
|Empire State Ride
July 30-August 6, 2016 7 Nights
Our service includes 6 nights, beginning July 31st
The Empire State Ride is a fully supported, seven day adventure across the state of New York with one goal: to win the fight against cancer. This one-of-a-kind ride starts in lower Manhattan, brings riders through some of the most scenic parts of New York State and ends at one of the natural wonders of the world: Niagara Falls. From the big city to the countryside and everything in between, the Empire State Ride is a unique and awe-inspiring experience. You’ll ride an average of 74 miles a day through various terrain and elevation. There’s no doubt that this is a challenging route but you’ll have staff and SAG support the entire way to make sure everyone is safe and happy. We welcome participants of all backgrounds and fitness levels to take the challenge and help us win the fight against cancer!
|The Great Waterfront Trail Adventure 2016 - Pelee Island to Grand Bend
August 7-12, 2016 5 Nights
Our service includes 4 nights; Aug. 7, 9, 10 & 11th (Mon. night is in student residences)
The 9th Annual Amazing Cycling Holiday - This year's GWTA celebrates the extension of Ontario's Waterfront Trail to Lake Huron. Join us in 2016 as as we ride through South Western Ontario for 5 days from the southern most part of Canada on Pelee Island to Grand Bend on the shores of Lake Huron. Along the way we'll tour an island, ride alongside heritage rivers and dip our toes into two Great Lakes - 400km of WOW!
August 20-27, 2016 7 Nights
The Adirondack Park has a special place in people's minds – either fond memories of time spent there, or an image of a rugged, beautiful place of lakes and rivers, forests and wildlife. Either way, here's your chance to immerse yourself in the Adirondacks in a new way – on a bike. Cycle Adirondacks is the first week-long, fully supported annual road tour of this magical area. And it goes way beyond your typical tour. Take the best tour you've been on, or the best one you can imagine – and then make it better. Like better food and entertainment. More and better free amenities. Better organization. And (we think) better scenery, towns and people. So join us in August for the adventure of a lifetime! We have special offers for groups, and a program for non-riders if you want to bring along a friend or family member. Check out our website for more details.
|Berkshires to Boston
September 14-18, 2016 4 Nights
Our service includes 3 nights; Sept. 14, 15, & 16th (Sat. night in Boston is a hotel option)
The Berkshires to Boston Bicycle Tour is a four-day, 240 mile bike tour showcasing the best of Massachusetts cycling. Beginning in the scenic Berkshire hills along the New York border, the tour meanders through the Connecticut River Valley and spins through the historic communities of Lexington and Concord before arriving in the vibrant capital - Boston. There, riders join more than 5,000 cycling enthusiasts for Hub on Wheels, Boston's annual bicycling festival.