Knob Lick Towersite is an acre towersite purchased from the U. Forest Service for use as a fire detection tower to locate wildfires in southern St. Francois and northern Madison counties. Although used regularly in the past, the tower is only seldom used now because few wild areas exist within the tower's viewing range. However, the tower continues to provide a commanding view of the area. Located just off Highway 67, between Farmington and Fredericktown and near the community of Knob Lick, the site is a popular stop for road weary drivers.
Cemeteries in Knob Lick, Indiana
Knob Lick Towersite Conservation Area – Missouri – Planned Spontaneity
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North-Central Section of the Geological Society of America
For the past couple of years, my friend Nicole and I always try to get outside for her birthday in June. This year, we decided to head to the Castor River Shut-Ins. While we were traveling south on Highway 67, south of Farmington, Missouri, we spotted a conservation sign for Knob Lick Towersite. I quickly googled it to see what was there and I found out that there is an overlook and a fire tower. On our way back home, we decided to stop and check it out!
Knob Lick has a post office with ZIP code Knob Lick was settled in the s as part of a tract of land granted to Austin Allen. The community was originally known as Antioch after the local church, which opened in