1944: "It is recommended that a new lookout be established on Huckleberry Mtn in section 6, T24S R1W. This should be a standard 14 x 14 foot lookout house on a thirty foot tower. There has been a warden stationed in section 35 T23S R2W, for several years. This man is unable to see any of the area at this point. We have constructed a road to Huckleberry Mtn and by moving this warden to the new location he could act as a lookout while he is at his station. Cost about $2200.00." (Douglas FPA - Oregon Department of Forestry Annual Report - 1944)
September 1945: "Four standard 14 feet by 14 feet ground lookout houses have been ordered for three of the forest protective associations. One of the Douglas county structures will be erected on Huckleberry mountain in the extreme northeastern part of the association territory." (The Forest Log)
1945: "Huckleberry Lookout - Standard 14 x 14 house on a 20 foot tower cost $1808.00" (Douglas FPA - Oregon Department of Forestry Annual Report - 1945)
June 20, 1951: "The DFPA hopes to extend the protection road on Huckleberry mountain through ad far as the lookout sometime this year, McLaughlin said. A crew went there Monday to locate new road in the area. Huckleberry lookout is about 60 miles northeast of Roseburg." (The News-Review)
1967: The lookout not staffed this year and at the end of the season discontinued.