Longview Forest Fire Association 9N-2E-32 (8N-2E-5)
1936: "A new lookout tower was erected at Wolf Point in Section 5, Township 8, Range 2 East. This is a 30-foot tower, built of untreated Douglas fir poles, set in concrete footings. A 10 x 12 lookout house is also in place. In this project, we received the very generous support and cooperation of Mr. F. C. Baker, logging manager of the Weyerhaeuser Timber Company, who placed at our disposal a bulldozer to build some half miles of road, and also felled a considerable number of snags adjacent to the Wolf Point, which is at an elevation of 3,100 feet." (29th Annual Report of Washington Forest Fire Association)
Activated: March 16, 1942. Portland Filter Center.
July 1, 1952: "Anna Wilkins is one of the few women on the district's roster in many years. Warden Amon Bebe said he has a towering pile of applications from women, but doesn't encourage them as a rule. 'Anna is kind of exceptional. She's doing a fine job too,' Bebe declared. Wolf Point is one of the two major stations in the district. Anna has the responsibility of spotting 'smokes' in a wide area of the Mt. St. Helens Tree Farm. The tower is 50-feet high and is perched on the mountain at an altitude of 2,010-feet about 30 airline miles east of Kelso. The lookout was built in 1936 by the state and Washington Forest Fire Association. Bebe plans to abandon the site within two years and erect a new tower five miles to the north." (Longview Daily News)
October 12, 1962: "The Wolf Creek Lookout on the mountain top was blown over in the Columbus Day windstorm." (Longview Daily News)