Would Knot was an absolute treasure of a campsite! When we arrived we were greeted by Henry (a friendly older hound) who was very happy to see us! His owner, Andrea, gave us a quick tour of the available camping spaces and where the water, outhouse, and communal fire ring was located.
Lucky for us (campers with a fly and poles but no tent *womp womp*), there were a few different canvas tents up on the property and Andrea let us take our pick. The land runs right along the state forest, so there was ample opportunity for exploring.
We met the horses, as well as a few barn cats, which were all very friendly. Samuel, in particular, took a liking to us and came in for some late-night pets.
Andrea had a fire for at the communal ring and we joined for a while with some other campers. There was ample firewood available, as well as some benches, chairs and tables near the canvas tent sites.
Overall it was an excellent stay and we can't wait to go back!
This campsite was a dream! Roomy enough for our 8-person tent, a canopy over the picnic table and a cleared area for lounging (or a second tent even!)
The fire ring was a perfect size and Jim came by within the first two hours of our arrival to drop off wood at a great value!
The pond is quiet, and a great place to observe herons, frogs and the beautiful flora! We even saw a beaver during one of our nights by the campfire. The Clarion River is just on the other side of the road, with a short traverse through the tall grasses. Great to hear the water rushing by all night.
We arrived in the late afternoon on a Saturday and just wanted to note that many businesses in nearby towns close early/do not have weekend hours. However, within 20/30 minutes by car, there are gas stations and trading posts. Areas like the Kinzua SkyWalk and the Allegheny National Forest were close enough to make a morning or afternoon adventure out of them as well and we had an absolutely great trip!