Boise National Forest

Deadwood Lookout Cabin

Deadwood Lookout Cabin is located on the top of Deadwood Mountain, surrounded by windows that provide spectacular views of the mountains on all sides. It was constructed in 1934 by the Civilian Conservation Corps and was used to watch for wildfires. The cabin is a single 14' by 14' room with sleeping accomodations for two and a wood stove with a flat surface for cooking. A vault toilet is located near the lookout. No potable water is available, and there are no dishes, pans, or utensils. The lookout is surrounded by a railed walkway.

Fees: This is a fee cabin.
Usage: Heavy
Permits Info: Fits 6 people / $30.00 per day.
Closest Towns: Boise
Water: Not for Drinking
Restroom: Vault
Operated By: This cabin is part of the NRRS. Reserve by calling NRRS at 1-877-444-6777 or visiting the website at www.recreation.gov.