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Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: The Berkshires, MA
Bikes: '08 Soma Groove (commuter/long distance tourer), '97 Lemond Zurich (road commuter/tourer),'01 Seven Axiom Ti, '03 Look KG381i, '01 Santa Cruz Superlite X
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No, I am not familiar with Poolesville, MD, but just a few thoughts on finding overnight parking in places.
If they have a train station (Amtrack, not a commuter train if possible) or a bus station, many of them have overnight lots because people go away.. If not, you can always find the phone number of the local police station and ask them. When I did a bike tour around Lake Champlain in NY state, I asked a cop I saw walking around and he talked to his office and they suggested the bus station there so I parked there and went on a 4 day tour.. Also, check any local hiking/backpacking places or state parks in the area, they will usually have overnight parking unless it's a small park w/o any real backpacking type access.
Hope this helps... You can also try Google!