Smithville, Missouri: Vandal-Ravaged Woodhenge
48 old fence posts in a 36-foot square, a replica of mysterious prehistoric "woodhenge," and a target for local vandals.
Smithville Lake Park
- 180th St., Smithville, MO
- US Hwy 169 two miles north of town, then east on 180th St. into Smithville Lake Park. Park in the lot on the right furthest from the marina, then follow the trail south through the tree line to Woodhenge.
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It's too bad that it is damaged. On a nice spot in the lake. Sign says that it is in rehabilitation.
This is purportedly an exact replica of a prehistoric Woodhenge discovered and drowned when the Army Corps of Engineers dredged Smithville Lake. Built in 1984, made of 48 old fence posts in a 36-foot square. Reportedly abused by vandals.
[RoadsideAmerica.com Team, 08/02/2007]
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