1927: A 12x12 cab was constructed on a round pole tower approximately 20-feet high.
May 23, 1930: "J.A. Hutchinson, supervisor of the Bow River forest reserve, informs that his men would again commands posts located at Blue Hill, Moose Mountain, Black Rock, Junction Mountain and Cameron Lookout on Mount Burke. The latter station is at an elevation of 8,340 feet above sea level, and is the highest of the five lookouts. The remaining four are all situated at vantage points of sufficient height to ensure a thorough survey of the surrounding territory." (Calgary Herald)
1952: A replacement structure of similar type was constructed. ("Fire lookout hikes in the Canadian Rockies" Mike Potter Published by: Luminous Compositions Ltd. 1998)
196??: A 20-foot steel tower with a cupola cab was erected, also a 3-room house for living quarters. ("Fire lookout hikes in the Canadian Rockies" Mike Potter Published by: Luminous Compositions Ltd. 1998)