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Newberry, Michigan
Upper Michigan Attractions and Lodging

The Newberry Area Tourism Association (NATA) 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.  They are all located in close proximity to Newberry MI.  If you like waterfalls, wildlife, tours, beaches, forests, rivers and streams, historic sites, lighthouses, and outdoor adventure—this is the place to be.  There is so much to experience all within one hour of Newberry, Michigan.  You will also find a great line-up of Upper Michigan events in our interactive calendar for you and your family to enjoy.

Our Upcoming Newberry Snowmobile Season
The 2018 - 2019 winter looks incredible for snowmobiling our 128 miles of snowmobile trails that connect to other area trail systems that reach out throughout the entire Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The Tahquamenon Snowmobile Association works hard to keep these snowmobile trails in top shape.  We invite you to visit us this winter and experience the best!  "TASA trail system was voted #5 for the snowmobiling destination in America’s Top 10.  Newberry's trail system also ranked # 1 in Lake Superior magazine."

"Michigan's Upper Peninsula has been named one of the top 10 value destinations in the world.  With attractions to rival national treasures, Michigan's Upper Peninsula is an area of stunning natural beauty and charming Norman Rockwell-esque towns and villages."—Lonely Planet Travel Guidebook, "Best in Travel 2017"

Newberry Active Adventure ATVing, ORVing, Snowmobiling

Active Adventure
Newberry, MI has the terrain, lakes, forests and four seasons to deliver UP outdoor recreation like no one else. Newberry ranks #5 in the Nation for snowmobiling by America's Best Online and #3 by Lake Superior Magazine!  For those who enjoy family fun and great outdoor activities, we have the setting for year-round recreation. 

We offer the superior opportunity for Upper Peninsula snowmobiling, cross country skiing, tubing and downhill skiing at Big Valley Ski Hill, UTV / ATV / ORVing, hunting, boating, jet skiing, and dog sledding. Plan your active adventure with us and surround yourself with the beauty of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
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Newberry Active Adventure ATVing, ORVing, Snowmobiling

Soft Adventure Activities
Newberry is surrounded by many great year-round activities. Soft adventure enthusiasts will enjoy our pristine forests that make up the “heart” of the U.P. Visitors enjoy fishing, Michigan morel mushroom picking, bird watching, hiking, biking, photography, snowshoeing, skiing, agate picking at Lake Superior, kayaking & canoeing our many lakes and streams, workshops, and golfing.  Guests will surely enjoy our renovated Newberry Country Club 18 hole golf course that is open to the public.

Newberry, Michigan is located 65 miles northwest of the Mackinaw bridge.  It is the center of everything that makes the UP special.  We are near many great waters such as the Tahquamenon River, Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, the Two Hearted River, along with many other rivers & streams.  We are also just 25 minutes away from the Manistique Lakes – Upper Michigan’s largest lake complex.  
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Oswald's Bear Ranch

Attractions
Our Newberry attractions include the Upper Tahquamenon Falls and Lower Tahquamenon Falls, Oswald’s Bear Ranch, the Shipwreck Museum and Lighthouse, Tahquamenon Falls Wilderness Excursion & Toonerville Trolley Wilderness Train Ride, Tahquamenon Logging Museum, and Crisp Point Lighthouse. Get your picture taken with the cubs at Oswald's Bear Ranch and our Train and Boat Tour will take you through the Tahquamenon area.  Visit our Attractions page for more info.
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Special Events
NATA invites you to take part in our Lumberjack Festival, Lumberjack Breakfasts, Dog Sledding Events, Tahquamenon Falls State Park Events, our Annual Car Show, Seney Wildlife Refuge events, Miracle on Newberry Avenue, along with the Newberry 4th of July Celebration. The Tahquamenon Falls State Park has a variety of year-round events: Hike Between Da Falls, bird watching, interpretive programs, and seasonal boat rental—just to name a few.
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Life Begins North!


Upcoming Events

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Community Dinner

Every Third Thursday from 19 Oct. 2017 to 31 Oct. 2019.

First Presbyterian Church 113 W John Street Newberry MI
For More Information Call 293 5631.
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Tahquamenon Friends of the Library

Every Third Tuesday from 15 Jan. 2018 to 15 Jan. 2025.

At the Library at Tahquamenon Area Schools
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Parkinson's Support Group

Every Last Monday from 29 Jan. 2018 to 29 Jan. 2021.

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First Baptist Baby Pantry

Every Second Monday from 29 Jan. 2018 to 29 Jan. 2025.

First Baptist Church Baby Pantry, 2nd & 4th Monday of each month, 11am-1pm at The First Baptist Church, 116 E. McMillan, Newberry. Use entrance off Handy St. For parents of children ages 2 and under. For more information call 906-293-5641 Tuesday-Friday from 10am-noon.
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First Baptist Baby Pantry

Every Fourth Monday from 29 Jan. 2018 to 29 Jan. 2025.

First Baptist Church Baby Pantry, 2nd & 4th Monday of each month, 11am-1pm at The First Baptist Church, 116 E. McMillan, Newberry. Use entrance off Handy St. For parents of children ages 2 and under. For more information call 906-293-5641 Tuesday-Friday from 10am-noon.
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Luce County Parks & Recreation Board Meeting

Every Second Monday from 29 Jan. 2018 to 29 Jan. 2025.

In the Commissioners Room of the Luce County Government Building, 407 W. Harrie St.
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Alzheimer Caregivers Support Group

Every Last Monday from 29 Jan. 2018 to 29 Jan. 2025.

Please see attached flyer for more information
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Luce-West Mackinac County Fair Board Meeting

Every Third Monday from 29 Jan. 2018 to 29 Jan. 2025.

The Luce-West Mackinac County Fair Board meets the 3rd Monday each month at 6pm in the basement of the Newberry Community Building, 405 Newberry Avenue, Newberry. For more information call 293-8785 or 293-8955.
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Great Lakes Recovery Center Peer Support Services

On Tuesday from 30 Jan. 2018 to 30 Jan. 2025.

Great Lakes Recovery Center provides Peer Support Services in the Newberry area. Peer Support focuses on providing an environment where people from the community, who are living in recovery, work with people who are currently receiving treatment for a substance abuse disorder. These Community based Peer Recovery Specialists serve as a resource and support system for others who are currently in treatment and who are living in recovery. Group meetings 6:30pm-8:00pm, individuals are by appointment. Call (906) 632-9809 to schedule or 906-293-1622 for more information.
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T.O.P.S. Meeting

On Thursday from 1 Feb. 2018 to 1 Feb. 2025.

T.O.P.S. (Take off pounds sensibly) meets at St. Gregory's Catholic Church in Newberry at 10:00am. Weigh in from 9:00-10:00am with meeting following. Cost is very little. Mem, women, and teens are welcome. Call 293-5785 or 293-1510 for more information.
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Newberry American Legion Euchre

On Thursday from 1 Feb. 2018 to 1 Feb. 2025.

Newberry American Legion Post 74 will be hosting Euchre, 6:00 pm. Public welcome - minimal entry fee. For more information call The Newberry American Legion Post 74 at 293-8711.
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Lions Club Meeting

Every First Monday from 5 Feb. 2018 to 5 Feb. 2025.

The Lions Club meets at Zellar's Village Inn the 1st and3rd Mondays each monthat 6pm. For more information call Sharon Lemaire at 293-3020.
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Lions Club Meeting

Every Third Monday from 5 Feb. 2018 to 5 Feb. 2025.

The Lions Club meets at Zellar's Village Inn the 1st and3rd Mondays each monthat 6pm. For more information call Sharon Lemaire at 293-3020.
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Luce County Parks and Recreation Department Board Meeting

Every Second Monday from 6 Feb. 2018 to 6 Feb. 2025.

The Luce County Parks and Recreation Department Board meets the 2nd Monday each monthat 4:30 in the Commissioners Room of the Luce County Government Building, 407 West Harrie Street, Newberry.
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Newberry Ambassadors Meeting

Every First Wednesday from 7 Feb. 2018 to 7 Feb. 2025.

Come welcome new businesses to Newberry.
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American Legion Post 74 Meeting

Every Second Thursday from 8 Feb. 2018 to 8 Feb. 2025.

The Newberry American Legion Post 74 meets the 2nd Thursday each month at 6:30pm at The American Legion on M-123.
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Tahquamenon Area Senior Citizens Meeting

Every Second Thursday from 8 Feb. 2018 to 8 Feb. 2025.

Pot luck starts at noon, meeting follows at 1PM at the Senior Citizens center across from Rahilly's IGA.
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Library Advisory Board

Every Second Wednesday from 14 Feb. 2018 to 14 Feb. 2025.

Held at the Library at TAS.
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Water & Light Board Meeting

Every Second Tuesday from 13 Mar. 2018 to 13 Mar. 2019.

Village of Newberry Water & Light Board Meeting at the Village Offices in Newberry
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Village Council Meeting

Every Third Monday from 19 Mar. 2018 to 19 Mar. 2020.

Village of Newberry Council Meeting. 3rd Monday of every month at the Village offices in Newberry.
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Blood Drive

19 Nov. 2018

Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood. It is essential for surgeries, cancer treatment, chronic illnesses, and traumatic injuries. Your donation makes a difference. Please consider donating on Monday, November 19th from 2PM-6PM in the Huron Conference Room. If you have questions, please call Mary Nutkins at 906.293.8438
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Get on the PATH to Better Health Workshop

On Wednesday from 23 Jan. 2019 to 27 Feb. 2019.

Do you live with health problems? Would you like to feel better? Would you like to feel less frustrated and more in control of your health? PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is a six week program that teaches practical skills for living a healthy life with a chronic health condition like diabetes, lung disease, arthritis, asthma, chronic pain, or heart disease. Topics include healthy eating, physical activity, managing medications, communication skills, fall prevention, and much more. People who have attended this six session program feel better, are less limited by their health problems, and spend less time at the doctor or in the hospital.
The class will meet on Wednesday afternoons at the Community Action in Newberry from 1:00-3:30 p.m. beginning on January 23rd and ending on February 27th. There is no cost to attend.
Class sizes are limited and pre registration is required. To register, call 1-800-338-7227 or dial 2-1-1. Program is administered by UPCAP with support from Chippewa-Luce-Mackinac Community Action Agency and community volunteers. For more information, please visit www.upcap.org/events
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Romp in the Snow on the River Mouth Trail

26 Jan. 2019

Part of the Paradise Winter Carnival.
8 to 8:30 am -- Meet for breakfast in Paradise. More information to come about the location.
10am -- Hike off the Tahqua Trail Road along the Tahquamenon River. Meet at the 'Hunt Club' corner just west of Snug Harbor on Tahqua Trail Road. Plans will be finalized depending on conditions the day of the hike. Distance will be determined by your abilities and willingness to cover the trail. In other words, there may be hikes of several lengths depending on who shows up. Come and experience Winter and all her beauty!!
Bring snow shoes or cross country skis, clothing appropriate for the weather and activity, a whistle, water, camera, and a friend or two!
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Winter Photography Adventure with Natures Kennel

3 Feb. 2019

This is a winter experience like no other! Our photography package includes lodging at Chamberlin’s Old Forest Inn, a half-day dog sledding adventure at Nature’s Kennel (where you learn to drive your own dog team!), snowshoeing at Tahquamenon Falls State Park, a guided trip to the ice caves in Munising, and personalized photography instruction throughout your entire trip. You photography instructor is Shawn Malone, an award winning visual artist, photographer, and owner of Lake Superior Photo in Marquette, Michigan. Shawn will help you develop your photography skills in many different environments as you experience the fast moving action of sled dogs, the serene nature of Tahquamenon Falls, and the majestic frozen waterfalls and ice caves in the Pictures Rocks area of Munising, MI.
Trip Details:
What is included: Three nights of lodging at Chamberlin’s Old Forest Inn in Curtis. Chamberlin’s is nestled high on a bluff overlooking Big Manistique Lake in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. This incredible lakeside country inn offers charming accommodations and casual fine dining. Rich in history, this gracious 7500 square ft., 19th century-style lakeside dwelling was built by a railroad company to serve as a passenger hotel near the Curtis train station. More than one hundred years later the inn continues to embrace travelers with warmth, comfortable lodging and stunning views. You will have full breakfasts, lunches and dinners provided as noted in the itinerary. Transportation is on your own to each location. However, we will help to make carpooling arrangements for our trips to Nature’s Kennel, Tahquamenon Falls State Park, and Munising.
Cost: $1400 per person for double occupancy, $1540 per person for single occupancy. All gratuities and meals included.
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For the Love of Hiking

9 Feb. 2019

How much do you LOVE hiking, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing? Show your love for the best outdoor Winter sports on the North Country Trail and the Giant Pines Loop and take in views of the Upper Falls at Tahquamenon Falls State Park.
Morning hike is at 10am (starting at the Upper Falls parking lot) and is a looped hike that includes the Upper Falls and the Giant Pines Loop that the NCT overlays for quite a while. There is an option to follow the NCT off the loop to view the 500' beaver dam and new boardwalk built in 2017 just off the loop. The loop is about 4 miles long and is groomed for skiing.
After that we will lunch at the Camp 33 Tahquamenon Brewery located there by the parking lot.
After Lunch there will be an option to cover some of the other trails in the park!
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7th Annual "Cabin Fever" Cornhole Tournament

16 Feb. 2019

Summer Fun in the Winter for All Ages! Registration Due by February 13. $40 a team
Cash Prizes, Raffles, 50/50 and more!
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