Anthony Peak Lookout
US 88, CA 2

Lookout Details

Registry Numbers US 88, CA 2 (view other lookouts in United States, California)
Date Registered September 16, 1994
Nominated by Allan Bier, Covelo District Ranger
Location Mendocino National Forest
Mendocino County, California
Coordinates N 39° 50.770' W 122° 57.872' (view using Google Maps)
N 39° 50' 46" W 122° 57' 52"
N 39.846160° W 122.964536°
Elevation 6,891 ft (2,100 m)
Built 1932
Administered by U.S. Forest Service
Cooperators Covelo Ranger District, Corning Ranger District, and Twin Rocks Landowners Association

Description

Built in 1932, Anthony Peak Lookout is a L-4 pyramid roof design. The wooden 14’x14 live-in cab with catwalk sits atop a 10’ wood tower that was enclosed in 1941 for year-long staffing as an enemy aircraft warning station during World War II. The lookout, which remains active, was restored in 1993 through the cooperative efforts of the U.S. Forest Service and the Twin Rocks Landowners Association.

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Visit Reports

October 19, 2007: Marie Green Hall

Condition

Needs paint? No Response
Shutters OK? No Response
Condition of wood OK? Yes
Stairs OK? Yes
Glass intact? Yes
Comments: New paint almost complete 2007

Electronics and Enroachments

Are electronic sites enroaching on tower? No
Other enroachments? Ham radio repeater site nearby

Access and Signs

NHLR sign posted? No
Directions to tower signed? Yes

Staffing

Staffed? Yes

Opportunities for Volunteer Support

Volunteers staffing opportunities? No Response
Volunteer maintenance opportunities? No Response