Tulelake NWR Lookout - 1964
|Registry Numbers||US 1956, CA 110 (view other lookout sites in United States, California)|
|Date Registered||April 1, 2020|
|Nominated by||Brad Eells|
Tulelake National Wildlife Refuge
Modoc County, California
N 41° 50.273' W 121° 30.794' (view using Google Maps)
N 41° 50' 16" W 121° 30' 48"
N 41.837882° W 121.513237°
|Elevation||4,042 ft (1,232 m)|
|Administered by||Department of the Interior - National Fish and Wildlife Service|
The tower on Tulelake National Wildlife Refuge was constructed circa 1937, an Aermotor 80 foot open steel tower with a 7x7 observation cabin. The tower was used for wildlife observation and perhaps, fire detection.
The tower may have been named 'Peninsula' as it was located on a peninsula on the southern border of the refuge.
Removal date is unknown. A concrete pad is all that remains at the site.