Birding Site Guide to Pine Ridge Lake (Salisbury) Printable Site Guide PINE RIDGE LAKE (Salisbury) Edge Wade, October 2009 25 acres Chariton Co. DeLorme 30, D-1 GPS: 39.3956939761,-92.801263127 Owned by City of Salisbury; call City Hall, 660-388-6197 MDC management agreement; call 660-646-6122 Directions: The 25-acre lake is in Potts Memorial Park. Go 2 miles south of Salisbury on Hwy. 129 and turn right on Potts Park Rd. When to Visit/Species to Expect: Spring and fall migration, and winter when the lake is not frozen. Waterfowl and riparian nesters may be found. Features of interest to birders: The east side (picnic pavilion, parking lot, boat ramp and privy) may be very busy. Take the road around to the west side to bird riparian woodlands and view the quieter portion of the lake. Toilets: 1 privy Camping: None Hazards/Limitations: None noted. The park and lake can be very busy on warm days. Nearby Birding Sites: Sterling Price Community Lake, Thomas Hill Reservoir, Dalton Bottoms Access, Lewis Mill Access.