A Keystone Sprinter and Your Bicycle: A Match Made in Heaven!

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When it comes to the Keystone Sprinter, fans rave about the super comfortable king size bed and the RV’s convenient, wide sized layout. If you’re into recreational bicycling, it’s the perfect home away from home to return to after a long day of cycling. This fall, why not take your Sprinter out to Lorain County, where you can enjoy some of the best mountain biking opportunities the state has to offer? With museums, wineries and quaint antique stores along the way, the area is a popular getaway for Keystone owners looking for a beautiful vacation in the countryside.

Located in the middle of northern Ohio along the shores of Lake Erie, Lorain County presents miles of scenic bike riding for the cyclist of any skill level. The Lorain County Metro Parks feature a 13 mile North Coast Inland Trail, and multiple asphalt paved paths for rollerbladers. Indian Hollow Reservation in Grafton offers lots of off road mountain biking too.

Where to stay with your Keystone Sprinter? While some of the local campgrounds have already closed for the winter, you’ll find all the best amenities at Country Stage Campground in Nova, Ohio. With a laundromat, fishing lake, a camp store and on site propane, it’s convenient, scenic and affordable too!

Before leaving Lorain County, make sure to stop at the Cowhaus Creamery for a Malted Pumpkin Pie Shake to toast your cycling accomplishments. Cowhaus is Oberlin, Ohio’s most popular ice creamery, famous for their handmade, all natural batches of amazing ice creams and sorbets. The dairy used for their ice cream even comes from cows local to the area, so there’s always a chance you may have passed the bovine source of your dessert, grazing placidly as you passed with your Sprinter. Enjoy and remember to take some home too!