|Registry Numbers||US 1596, NY 48 (view other lookouts in United States, New York)|
|Date Registered||May 22, 2022|
|Nominated by||Laurie Rankin|
|Location||Essex County, New York|
N 44° 12.910' W 073° 35.475' (view using Google Maps)
N 44° 12' 55" W 073° 35' 28"
N 44.215172° W 073.591246°
|Elevation||594 ft (181 m)|
|Administered by||Adirondack History Museum|
Two Adirondack Fire Towers were removed in the 1980's, West and Kempshall. They were placed in storage and in the 1990's the museum purchased the tower parts and built a single tower as a permanent exhibit at the museum. Visitors must enter the museum to climb the fire tower. Along with other exhibits at the museum, a robust educational program has been developed for local schools where children can visit the fire tower and learn about the history of fire towers around the State.