Ghost Town: Wolf Hole, Arizona


Wolf Hole, Arizona

Location: Wolf Hole, Arizona, USA
County: Mojave
Remains: Foundations, House
Status: Still standing

History

It is believed that Wolf Hole, Arizona may have been a ranching and farming community. Named by Major John Wesley Powell, Wolf Hole was incorrectly translated from its Pah-Ute name, which meant “Coyote Spring”. From 1918 to 1927, there was a post office, which, like the rest of the town, was abandoned. Currently one house and a few foundations remain.

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