Activated: March 26, 1942. Port Angeles Filter Center.
Aircraft Warning Service Station "Charlie 0-9" utilized existing structures owned by the Olympic National Park. There was no need for additional expenditure by the AWS. At the end of service the site was retained by the Park Service. (from Report of AWS Stations, May 1, 1944)
July 21, 1956: "Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall are at the Hurricane Lookout Station for the summer. They spend two days a week at their Joyce Tree Farm, and are at the lookout for the balance of the week. Mrs. Hall reports they are enjoying their stay at the lookout, the tourists and scenery and would like to have more local visitors. Their mailing address is in care of the Elwha Ranger Station." (Port Angeles Evening News)
August 15, 1956: "Harry Hall of Olympic National Park's Hurricane lookout reported 61 lightning strikes, but no fires. He said the strikes ranged from northeast to south, many of them in the Mt. Angeles, Blue Mountain and Gray Wolf areas. Lightning also struck in the San Juan Islands also, Hall said." (Port Angeles Evening News)
August 26, 1959: "Paving of a stretch of road from Hurricane Ridge westward toward Hurricane Lookout is completed, according to Supt. Daniel B. Beard of Olympic National Park. The road is one and one-fourth miles in length winding along the ridge to a new 40-car parking area at the base of Hurricane Hill." (Port Angeles Evening News)
May 30, 1969: "It takes only a half day to sample the joys of an alpine walk at Hurricane Hill. Here a paved trail winds upward for a mile and a half to the top of an old lookout site surveying the whole top of Olympic Peninsula." (Port Angeles Evening News)