Pine River Road is an 8.5-mile trail that gives access to more than a dozen forest roads and two tracks in the Huron National Forest. There are sections of dense hardwood and evergreen forests, as well as open areas with young trees and scrub oaks recovering from logging activity.
At the northern section of the trail, a narrow bridge passes over the South Branch Pine River, known locally for its exceptional fishing.
No designated campsites are along the road, although dispersed camping is allowed in the national forest. There is also the Pine River Campground, a rustic forest service campground.
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