1935: A 14x14 L-4 lookout house was constructed on a 30-foot round timber tower.
April 17, 1936: "Visibility at lookout points is very important during fire season. Seven such points have been cleared and one new lookout house on Coyote point in the southeastern part of the district was built." (Roseburg News-Review)
August 6, 1936: Panorama photos taken
September 10, 1937: "Joe Chamberlain, who has been in charge of the lookout station at Point Coyote, spent the week-end with his parents." (Roseburg News-Review)