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.
The Dabill Sawmill, making log siding, very popular for the rustic look in housing in the area.
Quite a lot of history has been made in the area around the dam. Explorers, such as Zebulon Pike, once camped on the shores in the area of the dam.
Pine River's main intersection is Barclay Ave and HWY 371.