Newberry Michigan, Upper Peninsula, Newberry Michigan Lodging, Newberry Michigan Attractions, Newberry ATV and ORV, Newberry Snowmobiling, Tahquamenon Falls, & More!
Chamber of Commerce
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!
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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ONGOING EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES:
SUPPORT OUR LOCAL THEATRE: Tahqua-Land Theatre, an institution in our area for more than 40 years, needs to go Digital or go dark. A KickStarter campaign is underway. Help keep our beautiful, small town theatre! Learn more by clicking here
Open Skate at the Ice Rink in Newberry is on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Wednesdays as follows: Grades 5 and under: 7:00-8:00pm; Grades 6 and up: 8:00-9:00pm. Cost is $2.00, bring your own skates. For a complete schedule at the Luce County Ice Rink Click Here.
Big Valley Ski Hill (on Hamilton Lake Road, Newberry) is open for sledding. Come out for some family fun!
Cross Country Ski and Snow Shoe Trails: Canada Lakes Pathway - County Road 403, just East of Newberry; Tahquamenon Falls State Park - M123 north of Newberry; Seney National Wildlife Refuge - M77 (south of M28). For trail maps, click on the names of the trails.
Nature's Kennel Sled Dog Adventures: www.natureskennel.com Drive your own Sled Dog Team! Overnight Adventures, Half Day and Full Day trips and rides. Call 906-748-0513 for more information.
Live Music every Friday and Saturday evening in the dining room at Chamberlin's Ole Forest Inn, Curtis. Call 906-586-6000 for more information.
Saturday, March 8
Hike sponsored by the Hiawatha Shore-to-Shore Chapter of The North Country Trail Association, 10am. Meet at the South NCT Crossing on Dick Road (USFS 3139). Bring skis or snowshoes, brown bag lunch, water, camera and friends! Enjoy lunch around a bonfire. For more info contact Stan or Kay at firstname.lastname@example.org or 989-350-2826.
Michigan Beer Tasting Event at Chamberlin's Ole Forest Inn, 6:00pm. Featuring New Holland Brewing beer and spirits. Tickets $35 each. Call 906-586-6000 for more information.
Saturday, March 15
Follywood, 7pm, Erickson Center for the Arts, Curtis. Experience Hollywood talent-Curtis Style in this fun-filled family event. Advance Reserved Tickets-$15 for adults, $5 for students. Call 906-586-9974 for more information.
Saturday, March 22
Maple Sugaring Day at Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Upper Falls, 12-4pm. Discover how to turn sap into sweet golden syrup for your pancakes. The entire process will be on display, including traditional methods, hands-on activities and taste testing! For more information call Theresa Neal at 906-492-3415
32nd Annual Woodchoppers Ball, 5:00-11:00pm at The American Legion Hall, M-123, Newberry. Roast Beef and Pork dinner served from 5-7pm followed by dancing to live music from 7-11pm. Dinner and Dance tickets $12 (need to be purchased by March 22); Dance only $5 (can be purchased at the door). Raffle items, Silent Auction and Live Auction of the "Lucky Buddha"! Cash bar available. King and Queen will be chosen and other fun events. Sponsored by The Tahquamenon Logging Museum. For tickets and information call 906-293-3818 or 906-293-5777 or 906-293-8788.
Saturday, March 23
Lake Effect Show Choir, 3pm, Erickson Center for the Arts, Curtis. Northern Michigan University Music Department ensemble of talented singers and dancers who perform popular music with choreography. The lively performance will delight young and old! $10/adults, $5/students. For more information call 906-586-9974.
Wednesday, March 26
Community Conversation, 5pm at MATSIF, 13168 Highway M28, Newberry. In partnership with The Center for Michigan, a non-profit and nonpartisan "think-and-do" tank located in Ann Arbor, we have volunteered to convene a group of between 25 and 50 people for a 90 minute discussion to set OUR agenda for Michigan in 2014. This is one of 150 structured dialogues taking place throughout the state between September 2013 and April 2014. Discussion topics include: how you feel about Michigan today; Eduction; Economy & Prosperity; Quality of Life; and Public Money Priorities. To learn more about Community Conversations visit www.thecenterformichigan.net. To reserve your spot at our Conversation call the Newberry Chamber at 906-293-5562.
Saturday, March 29
2nd Annual Thrilla in McMilla Sled Dog Race! Race your own team or one of Nature's Kennel Teams on the 20 mile race course. Mandatory Musher meeting at 9:30am at Nature's Kennel. Race starts at 11:30am. Free 2 mile Youth race at 3pm. Race Banquet 5pm at The Shanty Bar in McMillan. This is a "for fun" race with trophies, prizes and stories to share! For more information email email@example.com or call 906-748-0513.
Friday, April 11
Newberry Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner, "Recipe for SUCCESS!" Newberry American Legion. 5:30 Social Hour, 6:30 Dinner catered by Zellar's Village Inn, 7:30 Awards and Entertainment by Tom Smith, ventriloquist and comedian. Tickets $30 for Chamber Members, $35 for Non Members. Come join us for a fun evening!! For more information call 906-293-5562.
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.