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"THE GRAY DEATH" - a deadly zombie-creating fungus - has spread across the world, killing nearly 90% of the population and reanimating many of their corpses. The remaining people have been forced to survive on the remnants of a desecrated land. Survivors fight each day to stave off ravenous zombies, deadly fungus, and war-mongering forces seeking their demise.
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Address / Location
Wolf Den Campgrounds in Timber Creek Campgrounds 10 miles north of Haven on HWY 34.
Located 20 minutes north of Haven, the Wolf Den used to be a family campground build along the river high up in the forested mountains. The rental cabins are built of stone and wood, and come in all sizes - single bedroom suites, doubles, or even up to eight bedroom family homes. They all have full-sized kitchens, bathrooms, and solar-power sources. Marcus owns one of the larger cabins up on the cliff. There are watchtowers with active snipers, roadblocks, hidden patrol in the woods, and plenty of traps set for those who would otherwise attempt to raid the place.
Once a cabin campground - with cabins rented out anywhere from $200-$2000 a night - the space is high enough in altitude, and secluded enough, to be easily defended and well lived. The Wolf Pack moved in before the winter snows came, and flourished well enough over the summer to make up for it. They're now a powerhouse in the game of survival.