Tecate Peak, Elev. 3855ft./1175m, sits almost astride the US-Mexico border. The design is likely a National Park Service Plan 7 similar to early structures constructed at Boucher Hill and Los Pinos: A 20 foot enclosed, battered timber tower with a 14×14 wood cab, constructed in 1939 by the CCC. The lookout served the area for at least 40 years before being demolished sometime after 1975.

Tecate Peak Time Frame Unknown
Tecate Peak Unknown Timeframe