August 24, 1935: Panorama photos taken by W.A. Osborne.
Activated: March 16, 1942. Port Angeles Filter Center.
May 18, 1956: "The North Point Lookout on the ridge north of the Snider Ranger Station is being manned on an emergency basis. It has been necessary to plow snow out of the access road for some distance. Because of the heavy snowfall last winter, old snow drifts still have the road blocked through the timber. Opening this road will enable the lookout to get to the station and will also permit the installation of the necessary radio sets and relays at this point." (Port Angeles Evening News)
December 23, 1959: "The forest service built and maintains Klahowya Camp Ground on the Soleduck River. It now has 30 camping units and had heavy use this year. Plans are made for its expansion, the speaker noted. Robinson said the service plans on developing North Point Lookout north of Snider Ranger Station. The point is available by a forest road. The lookout provides a great view of mountains and water, the speaker explained." (Port Angeles Evening News)
May 9, 1965: "At the North Point lookout, Bryon Loucks observes and reports fires. At the present time he lives in Port Angeles where he is majoring in forestry at Peninsula College." (Port Angeles Evening News)
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - NORTH POINT LOOKOUT HOUSE 1954 PID - TS0216 STATE/COUNTY- WA/CLALLAM COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - SNIDER PEAK (1995)
DESCRIBED BY COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 1954 (RAG) STATION IS LOCATED ON THE CREST OF A HIGH EAST-WEST RIDGE LYING PARALLEL TO AND NORTH OF U.S. HIGHWAY 101, ABOUT 10.5 MILES EAST OF SAPPHO, 7.5 MILES WEST OF THE WEST END OF LAKE CRESENT AND 2.5 MILES EAST NORTHEAST OF SNIDER RANGER STATION.
THE STATION IS THE SPIRE AT THE TOP CENTER OF THE LOOKOUT HOUSE. THE SPIRE IS 12 INCHES IN LENGTH, SERVES AS A LIGHTNING ROD AND IS 18.36 FEET, 5.596 METERS, SOUTH-SOUTHEAST OF TRIANGULATION STATION N. POINT.