Originally built out of simple timbers, this important bridge was moved and later restructured to comply with new road standards.
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.
A fierce battle between the Objibwe and Dakota Indians took place near this site in 1801.
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.
NCIA Inc. uses the "Little Red Caboose" as their office. Read more about it on the second deck of Byway playing cards.
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.