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Newberry Area 
Chamber of Commerce

Welcomes you!

Come and experience a region that offers year-round adventure!

Welcome to Newberry - the Official Moose Capital of the great State of Michigan!
Newberry  offers a wide variety of attractions, lodging, restaurants, business opportunities and more! Year-round activities will make your Vacation fun and exciting! Experience one of the best places to hike, explore, golf, visit bears, see attractions, & have an adventure!
 

Tahquamenon Falls
The Legendary Tahquamenon Falls was made famous in the Longfellow poem Hiawatha. 
According to Indian lore, the origin of the name Tahquamenon is attributed to the water's amber color, which is the result of leaching of tanic acid from the cedar and hemlock swamps that feed the river. The Tahquamenon Falls is special in many ways. One little known fact is that it is the second largest waterfall east of the Mississippi, with Niagara being the largest.
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The Tahquamenon Falls are open all-year-round!
For the latest Fall Color Report, Click Here

Upper Tahquamenon Falls, Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Lower Tahquamenon Falls, Waterfalls of the Upper Peninsula


Newberry Area Attractions

Visit the Bear Ranch, The Logging Museum, Luce County Historical Museum, The Tahquamenon Falls, The Toonerville Trolley, Seney Wildlife Refuge, Whitefish Pointe & more - all within an hour! 
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Click on the following links to see videos of our beautiful area:  
    Paddling in the Newberry Area
    Mouth of the Big Two Hearted River
 
    Crisp Point Lighthouse
      True Winter

Newberry Michigan Attractions - Oswalds Bear Ranch, The Logging Museum, Luce County Historical Museum, The Tahquamenon Falls, The Toonerville Trolley, Seney Wildlife Refuge, Whitefish Pointe



Newberry Snowmobiling
Snowmobile
Newberry Michiganand take a trip throughout the entire Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Experience our beautiful forests, groomed trails, wildlife, area businesses, and groomed trails. Begin your winter excursion here in the heart of the Upper Peninsula and ride our trails that connect you to Paradise, Curtis, Helmer, Hulbert, Pine Stump Junction, Seney, and beyond!  We are Ranked #3 in the U.S. for Snowmobiling by Lake Superior Magazine. Ranked #5 in the U.S. by America's Best Online for Snowmobiling! 
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CLICK HERE FOR NEWBERRYSNOWMOBILE TRAIL REPORT
Click Here for a  "True Winter" Video - see the beauty of a Newberry winter!  

Newberry Snowmobiling, Snowmobile Newberry and take a trip throughout the entire Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan.


Newberry ATV & ORV adventure!

Visit us and find over 200 miles of some of the best ATV/ORV trails in the United States!
   A network of trails through the Lake Superior State Forest wilderness provides the Off-Road enthusiast with many hours of unsurpassed riding. 
Luce County now allows ATV & ORV enthusiasts to ride on county roads. 
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FOR A LOCAL COMMUNITY EVENTS LIST, INCLUDING MEETINGS, CLASSES, SCHOOL EVENTS , Click Here

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ONGOING EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES:

Tahqua-Land Theatre is playing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles through Thursday, August 28 playing 7pm & 9pm daily.

May-September Newberry's Farmer Market, Thursday's, 3-6pm, across from The Scoop om Newberry Avenue. Locally produced foods, fresh fish, handmade artisan products, community canopy featuring various civic groups. Questions? Contact Jennifer Lasslett at 906-293-8069 or email jjlasslett@hotmail.com 

July-September, Saturday's  Engadine's Farmer Market, 9am-Noon, Mill Pond Park Pavilion, M117, Engadine.


Waterfront Gallery & Gift Shop, Erickson Center for the Arts, Curtis. Explore the works of area artists. Open during office hours and special events. A wide variety of handcrafted art is available for purchase. For more information email info@ericksoncenter.org or call 906-586-9974.
 
American Medley Exhibit April-September, Erickson Center for the Arts, Curtis. A variety of artwork from quilts to spinning & weaving to wood carvings expressing our American heritage are on exhibit. Open during office hours and special events. For more information email info@ericksoncenter.org or call 906-586-9974.

Time to go fishing! 
Statewide Trout Season opened on April 26.  Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskellunge and catch-and-release Bass season opens Thursday, May 15.  Possession season for Bass opens Saturday, May 24. New Fishing License season runs from April 1, 2014 through March 31, 2015.  For more information see the 2014 Michigan Fishing Guide at www.michigan.gov/fishingguide

June-August Wildlife Wednesdays at Seney National Wildlife Refuge, 7-9pm each Wednesday.  Casual, guided auto tour of the Marshland Wildlife Drive, Fishing Loop and backcountry. Meet inside the Visitor Center.  For more information call 906-586-9851.

Through August 31  Seney Wildlife Refuge Amateur Photo Contest. More information available at the Visitor Center or go to www.fws.gov/refuge/seney
 
Newberry American Legion Post 74 will be hosting Euchre on Tuesdays at 6:00 pm. Public welcome - minimal entry fee. For more information call The Newberry American Legion Post 74 at 293-8711.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
Wednesday, August 27
Music in the Park, Erickson Center Park, Curtis, 6:30pm. Open Mic Night with MC John Latini. Pre-registration appreciated, but not required. To sign-up or for more information email info@ericksoncenter.org or call 906-586-9974.

Thursday, August 28
Newberry's Farmer Market, 3-6pm, across from The Scoop on Newberry Avenue. Locally produced foods, fresh fish, handmade artisan products, community canopy featuring various civic groups. Questions? Contact Jennifer Lasslett at 906-293-8069 or email jjlasslett@hotmail.com 


Saturday, August 30
Art on the Lake Art & Music Festical, Erickson Center Park, Curtis 10am-5pm. This event is fun for all ages. It includes food vendors, music, handcrafted art, silent auction, a children's parade & children's art project. Vote for the People's Choice Award in the 6th Annual Photo Contest. The Hozz performs from 10:30am-1pm & the Jack & Jill Band from 2pm-5pm. $1 admission. Please not pets. For more information email info@ericksoncenter.org or call 906-586-9974.
 

 

Moose Capital of Michigan - Newberry Michigan
The Official Moose Capital of Michigan

While vacationing in the Newberry Michigan area make sure to report all moose sightings to the Newberry Area Chamber of Commerce. Come and discover the beauty and majesty the great Moose Capital of Michigan! Check out our entire website to explore the many year-round activities that you can enjoy right here in the Moose Capital!

A Memorable Day - In 2002, the House and the Senate declared that Newberry Michigan would be recognized as the Official Moose Capital of Michigan!  The Newberry Area Chamber of Commerce displays the Senate Resolution Number 259 and the House of Representatives resolution Number 572 with pride. Visitors and locals alike gathered their photos and stories about their own personal encounters with area moose. 
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Newberry Area Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 308 Newberry, MI 49868
Located on the South corner of M -28 & M -123.

906 293-5562 or 800 831-7292


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