Come visit us in the woods of Pennsylvania!
April - September. (we snowbird in the winter)
7 acres in the woods - plus 25 acre hobby farm.
We have a buggy horse, a mule, chickens, and guinea hens.
Private land - campsite on working hobby farm.
Parking area may not always be 100% level.
Pets must be leashed. Please pick up after them!
Farm animals may be present, please check with us before taking pets to farm.
You can pet the horse and mule from the fence anytime they come to you. Please ask if you would like to go in the field with them.
Take all trash with you please.
Donations are accepted via the donation box next to 30 amp outlet.
You will see no trespassing signs around the property. These are not for you, you have been invited. (they are for the bad neighbor on the other side through the woods)
Feel free to sit on the front porch and swing if you like and have a fire. There are tons (literally) of wood in the woodshed.
There are 4 security cameras on the house and 5 game cameras in the woods around the perimeter of the property.
Also, don't leave any kind of food out. We have a couple bears that will get into it but wont bother you. Also raccoons and they get into everything.
By using this free campsite, you acknowledge that you are insured pursuant to state or provincial laws and agree to take responsibility for your own actions and any resulting consequences. Proof of such insurance must be carried in your vehicle. The property owner has no responsibility for damage or theft to your RV, tow car or personal property, or for injury to you, your family, or guests.
The roads coming in are very hilly, also they can have lots of pot holes. Try to stick to the bigger roads till you get about 1 mile away. The access driveway for big rigs is gravel and you will need to back in a short distance. The Blacktop driveway with circular drive at end can accommodate smaller rigs.
Driveway paved and gravel
We snowbird in the winter. If you are passing through and just need a place to park my parents will have a spot for you. Feel free to call me to make arrangements.
Bradys Bend overlook http://www.visitpago.com/listings/info/bradys_bend_overlook/1041/
Parker PA Smallest City http://www.visitparker.us/index.html
Foxburgh PA http://gofoxburg.com/
Emlenton PA Great bicycle trail, ride through the RR tunnels! http://emlentonpa.com/
Butler PA has shopping. Pittsburgh is 1.5 hour drive. Grove City outlets is 45 minutes.
Volant PA http://www.volantshops.com/
Smicksburgh PA https://www.smicksburg.net/
Peaceful and quiet night at Forever Young. Helpful, friendly people! Terrific experience.
We had a great time staying at Forever Young. We were welcomed by the family and enjoyed some time around the firepit with family, neighbors, and friends.
In the morning, we hung out with the animals. The hosts' father shared his antique cars and handmade furnature.
Everyone in the family was friendly and welcoming. The hosts were helpful swapping boondocking, travel, and storage tips.
We hope to stay again in the future!
Tom and Joy, and Jerry and Vicki were wonderful hosts. Most generous and kind. There property is very RV friendly and absolutely beautiful. Spend some time with the Young’s. You’ll love it.
Spent one night at Forever Young and wanted to stay forever. Beautiful surroundings, quiet and peaceful. Met up with our family member in their RV and spent a great evening around a fire with them and the hosts parents. Wonderful stay! Couldn't ask for anything more. Thanks for the memories.
We had a wonderful evening with the hosts, they are so nice. We enjoyed sitting around the fire pitt chatting with them and several neighbors who stopped by. The property is beautiful with easy access. We would love to come back and stay longer next time
We were warmly greeted by Joy and Tom, the owners parents. They assisted us in getting set up and we had time to chat. What a gorgeous setting... The trees, flowers, birds...a perfect tranquil place to spend a nite with plenty of exploration for our dog. We leisurely packed up in the morning and enjoyed talking with Joy. She explained about the history of the area and was helpful with directions on maneuvering the country roads.
We enjoyed our stay here and will keep in touch with this great couple and friendly neighbors :). Our son enjoyed time with the animals and we all loved the campfires and dinner. Thank you so much!
Stayed with Forever Young for one night and they were as hospitable as you can ask anyone to be. We had to ask for special accomodations for our stay and they were very flexible and had no issues. Would definitely come back and stay on their farm in the future!
We felt so comfortable here. Campfire stories and tours of the "farm". Only one night, but very enjoyable.
Our stay was very nice. There are several ways to get to this location. I would recommend the way through Karns City on 268. There is plenty of space and if you aren't comfortable with backing in the host is very gracious and will help you. Lots to explore in the area.