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Newberry Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report


Newberry Area Snowmobile Trail Report
Newberry, MI Snowmobiling Conditions provided to you by Kritter's Northcountry Campground and Cabin Rentals, the Tahquamenon Area Snowmobile Association and the Tahquamenon Falls Brewery and Pub. 

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Jan. 25, 2020 9:00am  Updates below GREEN


Update: Yesterday was like Halloween!  You go from house to house and never know what you will get.  The weather was like that.  One minute it was snowing, then rain, then freezing rain.  It was up and down in temperature all day and today will be around 37.  The trails packed well, but it did not take long with them being soft to churn up like oatmeal.  It was wet riding.  Next week the temperatures hover around 30 and slightly above come the weekend.  The trails are  good in some spots and fair in others, but they will be softer over the next few days.  We will be grooming nightly.  Generally we head out in the late afternoon and return in the early morning.  We will continue to put our best foot forward to keep things smooth out.  The details for the trails are detailed below.  We Take Pride in Your Ride!!

There is a staging area north of town at Silver Creek 3 miles north.  This is crucial information especially with the amount of traffic this weekend.  If you don't want to get hemmed up in the parking lot in town.  Go north after crossing the tracks and take a left at the Silver Creek ORV sign and go to the dead end.  Plenty of room there!

A friendly reminder is slow down and stay to the right especially on the corners.  Stay on the trail.  Private property owners gives us the privilege to have trails across their property and we do not want to lose it.  Normal grooming operations are in full swing.

On behalf of all the businesses in the U.P. we would like to thank you for your support for visiting the area and enjoying the best of the U.P!

TASA works mostly with volunteers.  We have the best groomers in the U.P.  They dedicate long hours and nights away from their families to groom the trails so you can enjoy them safely.  Please be cautious as you approach a groomer as there is not much room for them and you so please slow down and once there is room then go around them.  It is always appreciated when you can tip your hat to them and thank them for their efforts or give them a wave.  Be Safe out there and take time to enjoy nature and the best scenery the U.P has to offer.

The Northstore on Cnty Rd 407 is opening from 9am and closes at 11pm 7 days a week.  Gas, Snacks and general information.  Sled Rentals available.

The Wolf Inn is open 7 days a week 11am-10pm.  Food.

The Pine Stump is open 7 days a week now Mon.-Sun. 11am to 10pm for the kitchen.

Tahquamenon Falls Brewery & Pub is open.

Trail #9/2/473 (Good to Fair) (South of Newberry) There is a water hole 3 miles south of M-28 at 4 corners partially frozen, but still a little water moving.  We will be grooming nightly throughout the weekend.  

Trail #45 (Good to Fair) There is one area of interest.  It is from Skyline Road for 3 miles that is plowed due to logging.  Please use caution when going through this area.  We will be grooming throughout the weekend.

Trail #9 (Good to Fair)  We will be grooming nightly throughout the weekend.

Trial #498 off of Trail 9 (Good to Fair) NE over to the Northstore for gas. We will be grooming nightly throughout the weekend.

There are other updates from snowmobile clubs and groomer barns on our Facebook Page!

Curfew in the Village of Newberry is 11:00pm to 7:00am.

Access to the trail system is directly out of your door.  Please call Kritter's Northcountry Campground and Cabins to secure a reservation!  906-293-8562.  If you need a trail map we have those also at cost for our guest. 

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This report is provided to you by Kritter's Northcountry Campgrounds - Great year-round lodging 4 1/4 miles north of Newberry, MI.

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