Newberry Michigan, Upper Peninsula, Newberry Michigan Lodging, Newberry Michigan Attractions, Newberry ATV and ORV, Newberry Snowmobiling, Tahquamenon Falls, & More!
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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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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.