Clay Butte Tower To Become National Historic Place
There will be a free, public ceremony to celebrate the Clay Butte Tower in the Shoshone National Forest being indoctrinated into the National Register Of Historic Places. We are so proud to have so many monumental places in the Cowboy State and this Saturday, August 23th at 2:00pm, The Clay Butte Tower gets a nod as one of the many famous places in Wyoming. The ceremony will celebrate the lookout’s placement on the The ceremony will be held at the Clay Butte Lookout tower along Forest Road 142, which is a gravel road off of US Highway 212.
Built in 1943 and in service until 1960, this incredible landmark deserves the full attention it’s getting this Saturday. Did you also know that the Shoshone National Forest was the first national forest in the country?