|Registry Numbers||US 696, MD 3 (view other lookouts in United States, Maryland)|
|Date Registered||June 17, 2007|
|Nominated by||Steven W. Koehn, State Forester, Maryland DNR Forest Service|
|Location||Dorchester County, Maryland|
N 38° 37.397' W 076° 08.081' (view using Google Maps)
N 38° 37' 24" W 076° 08' 05"
N 38.623280° W 076.134680°
|Elevation||4 ft (1 m)|
|Administered by||Maryland DNR Forest Service|
|Cooperators||Maryland DNR Forest Service|
The 100’ Church Creek Forestry Tower is a 120’ Aermotor tower with 7’x7’ metal cab with a rooftop catwalk. It was constructed by the Maryland Forest Service in 1932. Located at the Church Creek Forestry station, it is used in emergencies. As of 2017, the state plans to reduce the tower to 40-feet in height and renovate it as part of an educational display.
Photo courtesy of Maryland Department of Natural Resources