Wolfe Ranch is essentially a cabin, known as Turnbow Cabin, located in Arches National Park. The ranch was founded by a man from Ohio who abandoned his family back in the 1800s and moved to Utah. This man and his son raised cattle here and owned quite a bit of property near a fresh water spring. They built this cabin as their shelter, and that is what remains today. I'm sure it has been updated and refurbished over the years, but it looks fairly authentic for something so old. The cabin is open to the public, although there is a gate stopping people from going inside.