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Exploring Newberry, MI

The Newberry area in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan is a year round playground!

There are many natural attractions that may be enjoyed anytime of year, as well as special seasonal attractions.

Whether you travel by snowmobile, automobile, mountain bike, canoe, train, boat, cross country skis or on foot, you are sure to enjoy all of the beautiful sights and marvelous recreation that the Newberry area has to offer.

While you're in the area stay at one of our fine hotels or motels. A variety of dining options is available and it's only a short drive to the casinos located in Sault Ste. Marie, Brimley and St. Ignace.

fall colors in newberry michiganSummer

Whether you're camping or staying in one of our fine accommodations, you'll enjoy summer in the North. Don't miss the beaches of Lake Superior and Lake Michigan, Tahquamenon Falls, the Shipwreck Museum, Seney Wildlife Refuge, fishing, agate hunting and canoeing the Two Hearted River made famous by Ernest Hemingway.


Your eyes will be dazzled by the magnificent canvas of color created by changing leaves. It's a great time to visit the Pictured Rocks, pick blueberries, hike, hunt and fish.


Hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails and scenic cross country ski trailssnowmobiling in newberry, mi bring visitors from far away. Ski the Canada Lakes Parkway.

Take time to enjoy a breathtaking view of Tahquamenon Falls blanketed in ice and snow.


Great fishing, trees and flowers in bloom, and golfing-enjoy Newberry at a leisurely pace. Take a stroll down the boardwalk nature trail at the Logging Museum. Trout season opens the end of April.


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