Split Creek Point Lookout
|Registry Numbers||US 1455, ID 148 (view other lookouts in United States, Idaho)|
|Date Registered||October 3, 2020|
|Nominated by||Brad Eells|
Central Idaho Historical Museum
Valley County, Idaho
N 44° 54.572' W 116° 06.541' (view using Google Maps)
N 44° 54' 34" W 116° 06' 32"
N 44.909532° W 116.109014°
|Elevation||5,017 ft (1,529 m)|
|Administered by||Central Idaho Historical Museum|
|Cooperators||US Forest Service - Payette National Forest|
Split Creek Point Lookout and residence cabin were constructed in 1933. The lookout structure was an Aermotor 7x7 observation cabin atop a 72 foot X-Brace open steel tower.
The lookout tower was disassembled in 2008 with the residence cabin remaining at the original site.
The lookout cab was relocated to the Central Idaho Historical Museum in McCall, Idaho and may be toured by visitors.
Cab Relocated to the Central Idaho Museum, McCall ID
Residence Cabin Remaining at the Original Site