Wolf Hole, Arizona

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Wolf Hole, Arizona
Ghost town
Wolf Hole, Arizona is located in Arizona
Wolf Hole, Arizona
Wolf Hole, Arizona
Location in the state of Arizona
Coordinates: 36°45′46″N 113°32′58″W / 36.76278°N 113.54944°W / 36.76278; -113.54944Coordinates: 36°45′46″N 113°32′58″W / 36.76278°N 113.54944°W / 36.76278; -113.54944
Country United States
State Arizona
County Mohave
Founded 1918
Abandoned 1927
Elevation[1] 5,043 ft (1,537 m)
Time zone MST (no DST) (UTC-7)
Post Office opened 1918
Post Office closed 1927

Wolf Hole is a ghost town in the Arizona Strip region of Mohave County, Arizona, United States. It consists only of some foundations and a derelict house.

The author Edward Abbey sometimes claimed to be a resident of Wolf Hole.

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Wolf Hole is located at 36°45′46″N 113°32′58″W / 36.76278°N 113.54944°W / 36.76278; -113.54944.[1]

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