There are two raiders outside, patrolling the front of the house. There is also a small white trailer with two ammunition boxes and Buffout just to the right when you enter the grounds. On the opposite side of the yard there is a table with various items and one ammunition box. Another ammunition box is further under the table and hard to spot.
There are various supplies within the house and the layout is simple. Downstairs is the kitchen and living room. Upstairs is a master bedroom, kid's bedroom and a bathroom. All beds in the shack can be slept in. There are many weapons and health items as well as ammunition scattered throughout the house.
- Tales of a Junktown Jerky Vendor upstairs, on the night table in the master bedroom to the right along with some railway spikes.
- Stabhappy, a unique combat knife, may be found on one of the raiders, and it is possible to get as many copies as you like, since the raiders respawn.
- Stabhappy will always be found on the raider that is spawned in the kitchen when you enter the house. They might move around the house but they always spawn in the kitchen.
- The mailbox in front of the house just southwest of the front door is rigged with an explosive. It can be rearmed as a timed trap (10 seconds), or as a proximity trap.
- Even though there are a number of ruined houses in the area there doesn't appear to be loot in any of them except one house directly south-east of the raid shack that has a locked cabinet. The majority of the houses do have mailboxes, however.
- To the south of here there is an Enclave camp, which appears to have been taken over by raiders, who have taken the Enclave's power armor and weapons off the dead soldiers and shared it amongst themselves.
- The layout of the raid shack is very similar to the houses in Andale and Minefield, if not exactly the same.
- To the slight northwest, there is a utility pole with "TES-04" engraved on it. This is a reference to The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion, which was also made by Bethesda game studios.
- Yao guai (or other random critters) may spawn nearby and fight the raiders outside the shack, making it easier for the player to get inside.
The raid shack appears only in Fallout 3.