This low marshy area is the home for a variety of wildlife. Stop for a minute right after a rain or during spring run-off, you will see a small creek meandering towards the small lake.
Look carefully in the clearing on the north side, looks like an outhouse to me.
Another area of habitat for local wildlife, a meadowland. Again take a minute to search for wildflowers, birds and animals that may be in the area.
Located on State 84, a little bit east and north of the city of Pine River, you'll find the Barclay Town Hall and Rest area.
Shamp is a name well known in the Pine River area, currently Shamp's Meat Market is a favorite stopping place for both locals and visitors.
The County 44 corner, from here to Pine River used to be State Highway 371, the main artery to town.
On the north side, you will see a white building with a different style front giving away its retail origin as Orth's Mercantile formerly known as Dicky's Electric Shop established circa 1950.
NCIA Inc. uses the "Little Red Caboose" as their office. Read more about it on the second deck of Byway playing cards.
On the north side, you see the Pine River Airport, in recent years there has been a lot of growth and use with even a small jet landing once in a while.
Pine River City Limits are marked with a sign.