|A front hall made from dried grass and silk - REK|
Burrowing wolf spiders are in the genera Geolycosa (geo=earth, lycosa=underground). Most of these are found in Florida but one species, appropriately enough named Geolycosa missouriensis, is found all the way into Canada. Based on circumstantial evidence alone, I am calling this its home until someone comes up with a better suggestion.
This Bluejay Barrens blog has good photographs of the spider in its burrow. Looking closely you can see the diagnostic eye arrangement of a Lycosidae.
As usual, insect guru Bug Eric has a lot more detailed information. Finally, here is a video of an unidentified wolf spider goaded out of its home.