Follow the trail to the north of the Nest, and you will come across the barn structure as you head toward the direction of Ten Mile lake. The barn is approximately 110 yards north-northwest of the Nest and is a 20’ by 26’ single-story, wood frame, gable roofed structure. The building is divided into three units by eave height wood partitions. The north section has a dirt floor and a large uncovered opening on the east wall that suggest it was used to house livestock. The center section has a wide opening on the west side covered by a sliding wood door and a brick-paved floor probably used to park farm vehicles. The south portion appears to be a workroom with a concrete slab floor and containing pump equipment and built-in shelves and storage cabinets. Portions of the original fenced corral area attached to the barn for animal turnout are still noted and can be delineated using historic maps and drawings of the site.