Newberry Michigan Newberry Michigan Newberry Michigan Newberry Michigan Newberry Michigan Newberry Michigan Newberry Michigan

Year round adventure

Tahquamenon Falls

Oswald's Bear Ranch

Fishing the Tahquamenon River

Wilderness Train and Boat Tours

Tahquamenon Falls

Seney Wildlife Refuge

Newberry, MI FishingNewberry Area Tourism Association
P.O. Box 308
Newberry MI, 49868
Phone: (906) 293-5562 Toll Free: (800) 831-7292
www.NewberryTourism.com

Gateway to the Tahquamenon

The Newberry Area Tourism Association welcomes you to Newberry, Michigan and the Eastern Upper Peninsula. Our pristine area, also known as Tahquamenon Country, offers a wide variety of Upper Michigan attractions and activities that are family friendly, affordable and adventurous. There is so much to experience all within one hour of Newberry, Michigan.

Newberry's featured attractions include the historic Lower Tahquamenon Falls and Upper Tahquamenon Falls, Oswald’s Bear Ranch, the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum and Lighthouse, Tahquamenon Falls Wilderness Excursion & Toonerville Trolley Wilderness Train Ride, Tahquamenon Logging Museum, and Crisp Point Lighthouse.

Newberry ATV / ORV
Luce County ATV and ORV Enthusiasts - Visit us and find over 200 miles of some of the best ATV/ORV trails in the United States! Luce County now allows ATV & ORV enthusiasts to ride on county roads. A network of trails through the Lake Superior State Forest wilderness provides the Off-Road enthusiast with many hours of unsurpassed riding.



Tahquamenon Country Area Fishing
Fishermen will enjoy some of the world's most fantastic UP Fishing: pike, walleye, and trout fishing. Enjoy the Tahquamenon River, Two Hearted River, and the Fox River.  We are the land between the lakes and are centrally located between Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Big Manistique Lake, Round Lake, South Manistique Lake, Bass Lake, Hulbert lake, and Trout Lake.

Hiking, Birding, Mushrooming & Exploring
Our Eastern Upper Peninsula offers a myriad of great adventures throughout our forests, along streams, lakes and shoreline.  People to explore by way of hiking and biking. 

Birding can be experienced throughout the Tahquamenon Forest and Whitefish Pointe.  Over 300 species have been documented within this migration corridor. 

Mushrooming is especially fun in the spring with morel mushrooms being the prize find for all. 

We invite you to come and experience Tahquamenon Country anytime of year and find nature!

Kayaking & Canoeing
Vacationers will enjoy the many warm weather activities found throughout our Tahquamenon Country, especially Kayaking and Canoeing.  This great soft adventure activity can get you to those hard to reach areas.  You can quietly drift down the Tahquamenon, through the Seney Wildlife Refuge, around Upper Peninsula's largest lake complex in Curtis, or maybe glide about Lake Superior Shoreline.  We also have many small streams like the Fox River for you to enjoy.

Tahquamenon Falls

Newberry Snowmobiling
Newberry Michigan offers a great snowmobile adventure for family and friends to enjoy. TASA (The Tahquamenon Area Snowmobile Association) grooms and maintains 128 miles of snowmobile trails that connect to other area trail systems that reach out throughout the entire Upper Peninsula of Michigan.


U.P. Cross-Country Skiing
Imagine cross-country skiing through the Tahquamenon Falls State Park where you can choose from a mile long trail to an eight mile trail bringing you through the Giant Pines. Visitors to the park will enjoy the views throughout this forest along with the peaceful nature of the woods that make it unforgettable.

Canada Lakes is a great place to spend the day cross-country skiing.  Here you will find 14 miles of groomed ski trails that also allow for hiking and biking in the warm season.  Canada Lakes Pathway is located south of Newberry, MI:  5.5 miles SE of Newberry via M-123, M-28 & Co Rd 403

Big Valley Ski Hill

Big Valley Ski Hill is located just west of Newberry and offers a small downhill ski hill for visitors.  There is also a tow rope at the hill to assist skiers.