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    Is long term parking behind the Doyle still a thing, and still the best option in Duncannon? Probably for 8-9 days.
    It is what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPritch View Post
    Is long term parking behind the Doyle still a thing, and still the best option in Duncannon? Probably for 8-9 days.
    I did it before the Doyle was sold- not sure now.

    trailangelmary would be a good source of info for Duncannon (great shuttle driver btw).

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    Thanks for the lead. I'll reach out to her.
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    I parked at the lot on Water Street by the ball field, a short walk from the Doyle a couple of years ago, for 8 days. The police patrol this lot and I didn’t have a problem, but you have to let the police know you’re parking there, otherwise you might get ticketed. Then the next year when Indian was bartender at the Doyle, he let me park immediately behind the hotel for a week.

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    I used the lot that @ATfred mentions above twice. Felt pretty safe there as there are houses that back up to the lot.
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    I've parked across the river from Duncannon in this lot several times.

    https://www.google.com/maps/@40.3960...4!8i8192?hl=en

    Details in Pennsylvania Section 8, Mile 16.0, at http://appalachiantrail.rohland.org/

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