|Registry Numbers||US 526, WA 1 (view other lookout sites in United States, Washington)|
|Date Registered||July 24, 2009|
|Nominated by||Rod Fosback|
Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Refuge
Stevens County, Washington
N 48° 24.712' W 117° 45.399' (view using Google Maps)
N 48° 24' 43" W 117° 45' 24"
N 48.411859° W 117.756644°
|Elevation||4,807 ft (1,465 m)|
|Administered by||Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Refuge|
Built in 1934 by the USFS, the site consisted of tent with wood floor, "woo boy" lightning protection and "ground return" telephone. A CCC inspired Adirondack lean-to made with cedar ship-lap lumber served as a supply cache and emergency "smoke chaser's" shelter. In 1945, during WWII, a Japanese Balloon Bomb exploded near the site starting a small fire. A steel ring from the bomb was recovered.