July 22, 1911: "The trail from the Gibson wagon road to the lookout point on Funk Mountain was completed last Wednesday, a distance of about 2 1/4 miles. A large watering trough has been made and installed, the spring cleaned out and fenced on Funk Mountain." (Brewster Herald)
October 26, 1957: "With the completion recently of a 99-day season on Funk mountain Mrs. Harry A. Gavin, Omak has served a total of 1171 days as fire lookout, the forest service reports. Mrs. Gavin has put in 11 summers at this work, most of the time on Funk mountain north of Conconully. Conconully district ranger Don Caron said Mrs. Gavin is rated as one of the best lookouts on Okanogan national forest. 'It is through the sincere effort of such devoted people as Mrs. Gavin that our fire detection program operates so efficiently,' Caron commented." (The Spokesman-Review)
June 30, 1966: "Funk Mtn. Lookout is manned now. The road is rough to the lookout and it is advisable to walk the last half mile to the top." (The Herald-Reporter)
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - FUNK PID - TP1358 STATE/COUNTY- WA/OKANOGAN COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - CONCONULLY EAST (1981)
DESCRIBED BY US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1956 LOCATED ABOUT 15.5 MI SW. OF TONASKET, 3 MI NE. OF CONCONULLY. ON HIGH TIMBERED RIDGE KNOWN LOCALLY AS FUNK MOUNTAIN.
STATION MARK--STANDARD TABLET STAMPED---FUNK 1956---, CEMENTED IN DRILL HOLE IN 2X3-FT FLAT-TOPPED BOULDER FLUSH WITH GROUND, CENTERED UNDER 14X14-FT LOH ON WOODEN TOWER.
RM 1--COPPER NAIL AND WASHER STAMPED---1---, CEMENTED IN DRILL HOLE IN ROCK OUTCROP.
RM 2--COPPER NAIL AND WASHER STAMPED---2---, CEMENTED IN DRILL HOLE IN NORTHEAST CONCRETE BASE OF LOT.
1975 NOTE FROM FORM 9-1165--TO REACH FROM USFS STATION IN CONCONULLY, GO 3.4 MI N. ON PAVED RD. TO RD. FORK. TURN RIGHT NNE. OF BLADED RD. 2.2 MI TO RD. FORK. TURN RIGHT 0.8 MI SE. TO RD. FORK. TURN RIGHT 2.1 MI S. TO TOP AND STATION UNDER 14X14-FT WOODEN LOT.