November 26, 1925: "Tire mountain and Mount June, in the Cascade national forest, probably will be designated as forest fire lookout points, according to Nelson F. McDuff, supervisor of the forest, who, with H.E. Haefner, ranger located at Westfir, ascended these peaks a few days ago. If these mountains are designated as lookout points, they will take the place of two others in the forest and will not be additional points, said the supervisor. Both are higher than some others that have been used for some time past." (Morning Oregonian)
December 4, 1925: "Mt June, in the Cascade National Forest, probably will be designated as a forest fire lookout point, according to Nelson F. MacDuff, supervisor of the forest, who, with H.E. Haefner, Ranger located at Westfir, ascended the peak a few days ago. This mountain being higher than some of the others have been used for sometime past." (The Times - Florence)
1934: An L-4 hip-roofed model lookout house was built.
March 14, 1934: Panorama photos were taken by James Rittenhouse.
1949: A 30-foot timber tower with a L-4 model 1936 cab was erected.
August 4, 1962: "Gary Heykamp resides at Dorena. He is a recent high school graduate. June Mountain is classed as an emergency station." (The News-Review)
1967: The lookout removed.
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - JUNE RM 3 PID - PC0875 STATE/COUNTY- OR/LANE COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - MOUNT JUNE (1986)
DESCRIBED BY US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1953 (CTH) THE STATION IS ABOUT 17.3 MILES EAST OF COTTAGE GROVE, ON A PROMINENT ROCKY PEAK KNOWN AS JUNE MOUNTAIN, AND 15.8 FEET EAST OF THE CENTER OF A LOOKOUT TOWER.
TO REACH THE STATION FROM THE DEPOT IN COTTAGE GROVE. GO EAST ON THE MAIN PAVED ROAD FOR 16.6 MILES TO A COVERED BRIDGE AT THE EAST EDGE OF THE VILLAGE OF CULP CREEK. CONTINUE FOR 3.5 MILES TO A SIDE ROAD LEFT. TURN LEFT AND GO 0.3 MILE TO A WOODEN TRESTLE. CROSS THE TRESTLE, TURN RIGHT AND FOLLOW THE GRAVELED ROAD FOR 1.7 MILES TO A ROAD FORK AND A RANGER STATION ON THE RIGHT. TAKE THE LEFT FORK THROUGH A GATE FOR 14.0 MILES TO A SIGN ON THE LEFT JUNE MT L.O. TRAIL AND THE END OF TRUCK TRAVEL. FROM HERE PACK UP THE TRAIL FOR ABOUT 1 HOUR TO THE LOOKOUT TOWER AND THE STATION.