To Everything a Season

A few months ago, Jeff and I made the difficult decision that it was time put the campground on the market. It was not an easy decision, especially for Jeff. We’ve tossed the idea around for the past few years, but it always came down to the fact that he just wasn’t ready. Some of you know Jeff, but many of our Facebook followers have never met either of us. We have been very fortunate over the years to have some great people help us out in running Wolfpen. We could not have managed without our office manager, Linda,who takes

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More than just trails

Yes, Wolfpen is known for its ATV trail system, in fact, some may argue that they are WORLD-FAMOUS. I wouldn’t argue that however, I’ve seen the stats! But Wolfpen and the area surrounding beautiful Mena, AR has much more to offer than just ATV trails. Hidden swimming holes promising an ice-cold dip on a hot day, mountain bike trails for the experienced rider, or the “Sunday” rider, hiking trails over the mountains and through the woods, and scenic hot-spots perfect for picture taking are just a small list of the many things to do our “neck of the woods,” in

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Campfire Cooking Ideas

Good Food Choices for Outdoor Camping The possibilities are endless when deciding what foods you will bring when camping. The more non-perishable foods you bring the better because it is safer and more convenient. If you’re planning to hike, dried food is also much easier to carry. You don’t have to cook everything on the campfire. Coleman stoves are economical, practical and easy to pack ,although they would be too heavy to bring along backpacking. Solar cookers/ovens are a popular alternative when cooking outdoors and they are very lightweight. They use the heat from the sun to cook food and

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