Wolf Gap's site is a scenic venue for memorable living history field trips, demonstration, and other events. Our classroom space in Giles County, Tennessee provides two rustic log cabins, restrooms, and parking space in a scenic and historic environment featuring our heirloom vegetable garden. Field trips and programs can be custom-designed to fit the interests of your group.
Our two historic log cabins were relocated from their original locations. One of our cabins was originally located in the town of Saint Joseph in neighboring Lawrence County, and the second cabin was first built in the Bunker Hill community, just a few miles away from Wolf Gap.
Wolf Gap's location on Tarpley Shop Road is only a few hundred yards away from historic Old Stage Road, the oldest north-south route between Pulaski, Elkton, and Huntsville. This portion of Old Stage Road forms part of the Benge route of the Trail of Tears, which saw almost 1200 Cherokee pass in 1838 on their way from Fort Payne, Alabama to Oklahoma.