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Great place to take some beautiful pictures and enjoy the scenery for miles!!! Not for anyone who is even mildly afraid of heights, as the entire tower is metal that you can see right through. It is quite slippery when it's wet, so be careful!
We went here in August and it was getting close to closing time the older gentleman at the gate said we are closing soon and i was like that is fine. It was 6.00 but i had a 2.00 coin and 5.00 bill he said...More
We set off to this look out tower looking forward to seeing the view on getting there we discovered that the gates were locked so disappointed we set off back into Dorset lucky for us the lady at the coffee shop told us that we...More
My wife and I climbed this historic tower on an overcast, fall day.
Parking is $1 at the bottom of the hill and $6 at the top.
The tower itself is very basic. Metal frame and metal stairs. Thankfully, there were hand rails. It was...More
The views are excellent whether you climb up the hill or all the way up the tower. It can be a little frightening, not recommended if you don't like heights. You can drive up the hill or hike it (the hike is great).
The view from the tower is amazing! However, try to avoid going there during weekends because the traffic is heavy at peak season and the parking space there is limited. The admission fee that day was $8.00 per car. If one want to save that...More
I really wish I could give this review a 5/5 because the view was certainly deserving but there are issues. Here is a breakdown:
Positives: First of all, amazing view. We went during the fall colors and it looks amazing from up there. It only...More
I agree with Bigben. And it does not require you to climb in one marsh, Almost on each level, there are places where you can stay, get back to your normal breathing, enjoy the scenery and lush foliage.