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Jimmy K from St Charles, MO on 11/13/2012 8:53:28 PM:
I am a Missourian, and I was fortunate enough to ride the entire Katy Trail RTT this year. Now I want to do other RTTs! I am wondering how good the camping, lodging, dining, and night life is along the trail. On the Katy, we were able to find some great B&Bs, restaurants, and even a few pubs that were very fun.

 
Russ from Indiana on 11/16/2012 12:13:18 AM:
Rode from Bassett to Battle Creek in late September. 20 to 28 miles per day pulling a burley trailer. Best place I camped was the city parks in Stuart, Neligh and Battle Creek. O'Neill has shut the hot water off at Carney Park. Each small town has some place to eat and drink. Carry snack packs with you for mornings. Get Kevlar tires because of the Texas "goathead" sandbur. Wicked. I bought Bontrager Hard Case for the trip. Ride this trail next year because they're working on some segments. US 20 and Us 275 parallel the trail so I rode that most of the time. For info, call the bicycle shop in Norfolk