Old Fire Tower
In Wisconsin, United States
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Location of the former fire tower. Currently listed as a primative campsite. However, usually all you see are kids having the occasional party here.
The Oconto County Forest is composed of approximately 43,345 acres, with 15 forest cover types comprising the commercial forest. The administrative offices are located in the Courthouse in Oconto and the field headquarters are located on County Trunk N in Oconto.
The Machickanee Forest is a 3,100-acre unit of the Oconto County Forest. Located just east of Oconto, the forest is bisected by a 2,200-acre bulge in the Oconto River called the Machickanee Flowage. The forest is a site for birders, horseback riders, snowmobilers, hunters and hikers, while the flowage is popular with anglers, particularly in winter. There are miles of hiking, snowmobile, and horse trails that access the property.
Primitive campsites are located on Oconto County Forestry property. These sites have no services or amenities. Primitive sites are available for up to 14 consecutive days for a fee of $35.00.
Last Updated: on 3/21/2015 7:01:57 PM Pacific Daylight Time (2:01 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum