The Village was established in the year 2000 with the primary purpose of educating school children as well as adults about the collective cultural history of the pioneer period (1750-1820) in our region. Four period hewn log houses, a log blacksmith shop, chicken house, and smokehouse along with other structures such as a loom house, woodsheds, necessaries, samp mortars and outdoor bake oven combine to create the ambiance of a small pioneer community.
Skilled historical reenactors in period dress demonstrate pioneer skills that were necessary, while on the weekend it is self guided and includes a historical trail drama on the hour as well as various pioneer and native demonstrations throughout the day. Items are for sale in the Village Store (e.g. vintage stoneware, powder horns, period toys, bottled water, etc.) as well as from numerous vendors. The store also has available Wolfpen Woods t-shirts.
Admission is $5.00 per person, children under 5 are admitted free. Parking is free.