Yesterday we ate breakfast at Wendy’s Cafe in North Warren. I ordered a “Small Big Breakfast” (2 eggs scrambled, half portion of home fries, half portion of bacon and toast). Bob ordered an “Everything Omelet” (ham, sausage, bacon, veggies and cheese with home fries and toast). Breakfast was delicious and filling.
After breakfast, we went for a drive to and through Allegany State Park (near Salamanca NY). Before reaching the park, we stopped at Webbs Ferry.
Webbs Ferry is located in Pennsylvania in the Allegheny National Forest on the western shoreline of the Allegheny Reservoir.
This map shows the location of Webbs Ferry.
As you might suppose from the topographical map, Webbs Ferry is a boat launch for loading and unloading boats. We didn’t stop at Webbs Ferry to make use of its boat launch. From the parking lot there is a foot trail to a fishing pier. We climbed down two flights of stairs and followed a trail that wound through the woods to the fishing pier. If you prefer not to use stairs, the pier is reachable by walking the foot trail alone.
The fishing pier is completely out of the water, preventing fishing and exposing needed repairs. The entrance to the fishing pier is blocked with caution tape. A sign indicates that the fishing pier will remain closed until repairs are done and a safety inspection is successfully completed.
The views at the fishing pier, though, made the hike down from the parking lot worthwhile.
Webbs Ferry was our only stop. The drive through Allegany State Park was enjoyable, though, on such a beautiful day.