Most of the time when we hike Wolf Run, we explore south of Wolf Run Road. Recently I heard of the possibility of finding foundations and other signs of human activity on the north side, so that is where we meandered.
Google Maps shows a road labeled simply “Allegany State Park” that forks off from Wolf Run Road. You could walk right by it if you didn’t have a GPS telling you where to turn, or a piece of orange ribbon placed there by some other explorer.
Near the end of the road, we found a few artifacts, but no foundations. Maybe in early spring we’ll come back when there aren’t so many plants.
From the road’s end, we headed toward Wolf Run Creek which we followed to the bridge (part of the Finger Lakes / North country Trail), then returned to the truck by way of the road. We walked almost 5 miles… but you will see if you examine the Google Map link below, we were in no hurry and spent a good deal of time taking in the beauty and coolness of the creek. So peaceful.