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
Wolf Hole, Arizona is located in USA
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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