What lodging options are available prior to the start of the ride and at the midway point of the ride in Princeton? A block of rooms with a discounted rate will be available in Jersey City on Friday, May 13. Details and booking information will be available in the Pre-Ride Guide.
A block of rooms with a discounted rate will be available in Princeton on Saturday, May 14. Details and booking information will be available in the Pre-Ride Guide. The first approximately 10 riders who raise at least $2,000 in support of the East Coast Greenway will receive a room at the Nassau Inn in Princeton at no cost.
I want to camp in Princeton. Do I need to supply my own tent? Yes. Riders interested in utilizing a campsite in Princeton will be required to supply their own tent, which will be transported along with your baggage. Tents must occupy a footprint no larger than 8-feet by 8-feet. If you have a special request about utilizing a larger tent to accommodate a larger group of riders, please contact our staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camping space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Information on camping and reserving your campsite will be available soon.
I have more questions. Who can I talk to? Global Impact Productions staff members are available to answer your New York City-to-Philadelphia Greenway Ride questions via email at email@example.com and via phone at (212) 989-1111 x 102.
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