For a map directing you to Scott County click here.
Area: 543 square miles
Formed in 1814 from Lee, Washington, and Russell. Named for General Winfield Scott, later commander of the American army. The Natural Tunnel is in this county.
Gate City, K-11, Rte. 71 and Rte. 23, at Gate City
Faris Station, K-12, Rte. 71 and Rte. 23, at Gate City
Fort Blackmore, K-13, Rte. 71 and Rte. 23, at Gate City
McConnell's Birthplace, K-14, Rte. 23 and Rte. 58, at Weber City
Big Moccasin Gap, K-15, Rte. 23 and Rte. 58, at Weber City
Donelson's Indian Line, K-16, Rte. 23 and Rte. 58, at Weber City
Houston's Fort, K-17, Rte. 613, 6.8 miles s. of Rte. 71
Patrick Porter, K-18, Rte. 65, .s mile e. of Rte. 72, in Dungannon
Carter's Fort, KA-10, Rte. 23, .5 mile w. of Rte. 871
Kilgore Fort House, KA-9, Rte. 71, 1.2 miles w. of Nickelsyille
Carter's Fort, KA-10, Rte. 871, 1 mile e. of Sunbright
First Court of Scott County, KA-15, Rte. 23 and Rte. 58, at Weber City
Patrick Hagan and Dungannon, KA-16, Rte. 65, at Dungannon
Dortor's Fort, XC-4, Rte. 71, 1.5 miles w. of Nickelsville
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