Wolf Run State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Talk about flying in to camp and most people probably think of going on some Alaskan excursion where there are no roads leading to the backcountry. But you can actually fly into Wolf Run State Park, too. The runway of the county airport splits the arms of this park’s slingshot-shaped lake, meaning you can fly in, set up camp, then fly out. It’s unique. You don’t have to have a plane to enjoy this park, though. Using a boat to explore the 220-acre lake—with its bass, panfish, and catfish—is a lot of fun. Boats with up to 10 horsepower motors are allowed on the water."