Yes, the FS9 Chopper World set does include some wooden towers.
Also, for the FS9 field expedient wood log pads used for firefighting sceneries, you can search Shawn Lund at Hovercontrol and AVSIM, as was mentioned, these are better suited to Instant Scenery placements as they are problematic to place otherwise due to their shape and the fact that they are designed to be placed against a hill, and they did not come with the hardened pads, and therefore included a set of addon invisible hardened pad objects which were positioned by adjusting a visible dummy platform, and then switching to a matched size invisible platform and placing it. I devised the platform set for Shawn and it was also used by many for other purposes of hardening various objects.
I placed dozens of Shawn's log pads in between trees and on steep hills, they are a lot of fun.
If you are an FSX user, Shawn did make a set of the firefighting log pads which were hardened for FSX, but it was never uploaded as I recall, it was by request, so you might drop him a message at Hovercontrol.
Indeed, all the "Finney" scenery objects (and the 'CrossHairs Plus' user aircraft object for scenery placement) are excellent.https://www.fsdeveloper.com/forum/threads/landable-helipad-in-wood.442834/post-803748
I do not recall if there is a "wooden" helipad in Gary Mills' Finney "Chopper World" set of libraries, but these are excellent 3D models
These latter tasks appear to be topics for a separate thread (...and you will need to explain in greater detail what it is you want to achieve).https://www.fsdeveloper.com/forum/threads/landable-helipad-in-wood.442834/post-803782
The next one will be to draw the coastline or convert to the bgl file
What can you recommend?