Chippewa Nature Center
The Pine River
To control the camera, press the "Start Control" button then use the scroll bars to pan, tilt
and zoom, or select a preset view from the drop-down list at the bottom of the window.
If someone is already controlling the camera you will have to
wait in line and a timer will count down to your turn.
to use the webcam.
Upstream: As the Pike swims, the Pine
River begins 100 miles upstream, flowing from Pine Lake (South of Remus in Mecosta County), through Alma, dropping 370 feet, it drains 390 square miles.
Down Stream: Only 200 yards away, the Pine River joins the Chippewa River.
A Walleye would swim another 3 miles to reach the Tittabawassee at the Tridge,
and 51 miles to the Saginaw Bay in Bay City, which is only 30 feet lower