June 1, 1983: "The new wooden observation tower stands next to the fire tower in the newly dedicated Timms Hill Park in Price County. The hill is the highest geographical point in Wisconsin with an elevation of 1,951.5 feet. The 187-acre county park, opened earlier this month, also includes walking trails, a shelter, toilets, grills and picnic tables." (No source given - Caption under photo)
National Geodetic Survey
DESCRIBED BY US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1952 (LFW) THE STATION IS LOCATED ABOUT 9 MILES NORTH OF RIB LAKE, 6 MILES EAST OF OGEMA, 1 MILE NORTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 86 AND ON THE SUMMIT OF A TIMBERED KNOB.
A TRAVERSE CONNECTION WAS MADE BY DISTANCE AND DIRECTION FROM TRIANGULATION STATION OGEMA, THE DISTANCE BEING 41.22 FEET (12.564 METERS). A STANDARD U.S.G.S. BENCH MARK SET IN A 5-INCH SQUARE CONCRETE POST PROJECTING 14 INCHES IN CENTER OF THE BASE OF THE LOOKOUT TOWER AND IS STAMPED OGEMA TOWER 1934.