Home to approximately 1,515 people, the rural community of Wolf Creek is best known for its breathtaking natural beauty and its rich historical heritage. One of Wolf Creek’s most famous attractions, the historic Wolf Creek Inn, is the oldest, continuously active hotel in the Pacific Northwest. Originally called the Six Bit House, the beautiful country inn’s first incarnation was built in the mid 1800’s. Since then, it has served as a resting place for innumerable historic figures, including Jack London, Clark Gable, and Carol Lombard. Today, the inn’s nine guest rooms and delicious restaurant continue to offer relaxation and rejuvenation to area travelers and residents alike. Wolf Creek Park, located near the inn, features 32 campsites, several picnic areas, a children’s playground, and an old-growth hiking trail that runs to the top of London Peak. Groceries, beverages, and sundry items can be purchased at the Wolf Creek General Store. Glass works, jewelry, cards, and other unique gifts are available at the Wolf Creek Country Gift Store. Houses for sale in this picturesque community include small to medium-sized single-family homes and farms. Zip Code: 97497.