A 10-year restoration effort resulted in Deadwood Lookout feeling much like it did when the Civilian Conservation Corps built it in 1934. Guests can drive a steep and narrow dirt road to access the tower, which lofts more than 8,000 feet about the surrounding forest and trail networks. Wildflowers surround the cabin in peak spring and summer months. Includes: Two single beds, wood stove, vault toilet. No water, electricity, bedding, or firewood ($50 per night).
Location: Boise National Forest, Idaho
Available: June to October
Elevation: 8,200 feet