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Newberry, Michigan
Upper Michigan Attractions and Lodging

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. You will also find a great line-up of Upper Michigan events in our interactive calendar for you and your family to enjoy. There is so much to experience all within one hour of Newberry, Michigan.

Our featured Upper Peninsula 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.
Please visit our Upper Michigan attractions page to view all of our wonderful things to see.
EUP Interactive Map
Our new Interactive Map can help you locate, learn and plan your next UP Vacation itinerary. Browse our Eastern Upper Peninsula region from Seney to Mackinac Island. The map offers some useful tools that allow you to zoom, pan, and select your icons of choice. The map icons highlight: EUP Featured Attractions, Waterfalls, Lighthouses, and Newberry MI Lodging.
Visit our Interactive Map to learn more.
Active Adventure
Newberry, MI has the terrain, lakes, forests and four seasons to deliver Active Adventure like no one else. Newberry ranks #5 in the Nation for snowmobiling by America's Best Online and #3 by Lake Superior Magazine! We offer the superior setting for Upper Michigan snowmobiling, 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.
Visit our Active Adventure to learn more.
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, kayaking, canoeing, workshops, and golfing. We are located near Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, rivers, streams, and the Manistique Lakes – Upper Michigan’s largest lake complex.
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Paddling Tahquamenon Country
The region draws its name from the Tahquamenon River in Michigan's Eastern Upper Peninsula.  Our Lake Superior shoreline offers miles of wilderness beach for kayakers.  The endless shorelines of our rivers and lakes present a wealth of paddling opportunities right here in Tahquamenon Country. 
Attractions with Special Events
The Tahquamenon Falls Logging Museum serves up a real lumberjack breakfasts on scheduled days, Oswald's Bear Ranch has spring and summer opportunities to have your picture taken with the cubs, and the Tahquamenon Falls Wilderness Excursion & Toonerville Trolley Wilderness Train Ride offers a very unique trip throughout the Tahquamenon area.
Visit our Events Calendar to learn more.
  The Tahquamenon Falls State Park has many year-round events to check out that all ages will enjoy: Hike Between Da Falls, bird watching, interpretive programs, and their seasonal boat rental, just to name a few. Nature lovers will enjoy the Seney Wildlife Refuge. They hold many special events that are both educational and exciting.
Where your vacation begins “Naturally”! 


Upcoming Events

Spring Fling at Whitefish Point Bird Observatory

On Sunday,Friday,Saturday from 25 Apr. 2014 to 27 Apr. 2014.

26th Annual Spring Fling
Whitefish Point Bird Observatory, Whitefish Point, Paradise, MI.
The Observatory welcomes recreational bird watchers from around the world to Whitefish Point during Spring Fling. Birders can expect excellent birding along with opportunities to learn more about avian migration and conservation in the Great Lakes. Attendees will learn from fellow birders, field trip leaders, and guest speakers.
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Spring Fling at Engadine

26 Apr. 2014

Annual Engadine Consolidated Schools Spring Fling
Hosted by the Engadine Sports Boosters and Education Foundation
Come join us at the school at 4 pm. Good food, free live entertainment, youth activities and games, raffles and auctions, and great prizes donated by area businesses and individuals. Something for everyone! Wrap up a fun-filled afternoon at 7 pm with the Green and Gold Revue, an all-school variety show full of talent and fun.
All proceeds to benefit the Engadine Sports Boosters and The Engadine School Education Foundation. You do not want to miss this fun community event! You can get the latest updates about Spring Fling on Facebook at
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UP Book Tour

29 Apr. 2014

U.P. Book Tour and Michigan Notable Book Tour
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Tahquamenon Area Library,700 Newberry Avenue, Newberry
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Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum Opens for the season

1 May. 2014

The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum opens for the 2014 Season.
The museum is open 10am-6pm daily.
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North of 45 Retreat for Writers

On Sunday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday from 1 May. 2014 to 4 May. 2014.

5th Annual North of 45 Retreat for Writers
Erickson Center for the Arts and Chamberlin's Ole Forest Inn
Workshops presented by well-known authors and writing instructors including Michael Delp, Jack Driscoll, and Ann Rowland. Brought to you by The Erickson Center for the Arts.
For more information, call Kelly Chamberlin, 906-586-6000 or visit
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May North Country Trail Hike-May

10 May. 2014

North Country Trail Hike- Details TBA.
Sponsored by The Hiawatha Shore-To-Shore Chapter of the North Country Trail Association. For more information contact Stan or Kay at or 989-350-2826.
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