Round Knob Fire Tower
|Registry Numbers||US 1618, WV 24 (view other lookout sites in United States, West Virginia)|
|Date Registered||July 19, 2016|
|Nominated by||Ronnie Scarbro|
|Location||Raleigh County, West Virginia|
N 37° 45.525' W 081° 03.649' (view using Google Maps)
N 37° 45' 31" W 081° 03' 39"
N 37.758742° W 081.060815°
|Elevation||2,730 ft (832 m)|
Built in 1928 by Pop Wriston, J.J. Goulden, John Hammond, Pat Kirk, and Wint Lilly, Round Knob Lookout provided views of the Beaver Creek, Little Beaver Creek, and Glade Creek watersheds. It was a 60-foot steel Aermotor tower with a 7'x7' cab. It was removed in the 1980s.