"Gateway to the Tahquamenon Falls"
Newberry Campground (formally known as The Newberry KOA) is located in the heart of Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula. Our UP Campground has a large heated outdoor pool and features spacious, shaded full hookup RV campsites, tent camping sites and rental cabins. We are situated within an hour of the most incredible Upper Peninsula Attractions and minutes from "Great Eats", groceries, golfing, and the Chamber of Commerce. You, your family and friends can enjoy a vast amount of great onsite amenities to make your stay enjoyable. We are here to help make your experience the best it can be.
Guests can enjoy the following onsite features here at Newberry Campground: large heated outdoor pool, store, arcade games, ice cream, horseshoes, basketball, playground, and mini golf. Our property offers a great laundry facility, dump station, restrooms, and showers that will make your stay even more pleasant. OPEN 24 HOURS.
Our fun-loving staff will be here to help you with all of your needs. There is always something to do at the Newberry Campground. Don't forget your fishing poles, because our area has some of the best Upper Peninsula fishing in the state.
Our Upper Peninsula Campground with Pool will surely be a highlight to your vacation.
"We stayed the last week of July 2017. They have made quite a few improvements over the last couple years and are continuing with more. The pool was like bathwater (they heat with wood burning boiler). The showers, bathrooms, and laundry facilities were updated and clean. The property was kept clean. Mosquitoes were minimal. Location was great for going to multiple places in a span of a few days including Pictured Rocks, Tahquamenon Falls, the Soo, and Oswald's Bear Ranch. Owner was very helpful with information. We are hoping to come back next year!!" — Susan P. - Yelp
Upper Peninsula Camping
Our UP Campground's central location allows you to take in many of the Upper Peninsula Attractions. We're only 16 minutes from the famous boat trips to Tahquamenon Falls or you can drive to the Falls in 30 Minutes.
Our Newberry Campgrounds is a great place for family and friends to unwind and relax in an environment that is naturally peaceful. Guests can enjoy sitting around a campfire, tell stories, and get-a-way from the hustle and bustle of life. We have so many types of camping sites to choose from along with great rustic UP rental Cabins.
Over the years we've been truly blessed to host wonderful groups of guests. We are always looking to improve the experience our guests enjoy while camping with us and would appreciate your comments, suggestions and reviews.
"This was our first time camping in the U.P. We weren't sure which location we should stay at. We wanted to travel to different sites during the day but come back to our campsite at night. This worked out very good for us. We really enjoyed our stay. Everyone there was so friendly and helpful."— Jane W. Trip Advisor
UP Campground with Large Heated Outdoor Pool
UP Campground with Large Heated Outdoor Pool is a great way to unwind and spend some time catching some sun and enjoy some splashing fun! Our pool is perfect for family and friends to spend time cooling off on a hot summer day.
When it comes to fun in the sun, Newberry Campground with Heated Outdoor Pool has you covered. Please note, all children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Campground UP Heated Pool Open Dates: June 12th through Labor Day
There is no lifeguard on duty. Please refrain from glass, animals and cigarettes in the pool area. We want everyone to have a great vacation experience in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
"We stayed at this campground the week of the 4th of July. The owner is the best. She considers it her mission to see to it that campers are well taken care of - mission accomplished! She was very helpful with directions and recommendations, and is knowledgeable about the area. The campground sites are shaded with plenty of room. We will absolutely return! — Mbreu TripAdvisor
Gateway to the Tahquamenon Falls State Park
Plan a vacation that include the Upper Tahquamenon Falls and experience one of the United States most breathtaking waterfalls. Set within a pristine wilderness, the Upper Tahquamenon Falls is over 200' wide and 48' high. Over 50,000 gallons of water spill over this incredible waterfall per second. Seasonal precipitation can increase or decrease this amount significantly with springtime being a great time to see it at its peak (as seen in the photo on the left). A magnificent walk path will direct your way through the forest within the Tahquamenon Falls State Park.
As you get closer to the viewing decks, you can hear the growing sound of water flowing and falling. It is truly an awe-inspiring experience for all ages. Please note that there are 94 steps down to the main viewing deck at the end of the walk. On the platform below there is a bench to sit and rest on while taking in the beauty of the falls.
Within the Tahquamenon Falls State Park you will find many activities such as birding, fishing, hiking, sight-seeing, camping, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. Wildlife abounds throughout the Tahquamenon Falls and by chance you may see black bear, whitetail deer, and moose, along with a variety of birds.
"Let me just say this place was stellar. I worked at a summer camp in Michigan over the summer in 2016 and we went here twice throughout the summer. The service was great! They have a pool, showers, mini golf, a store and a great campsite. The owner and her family are really nice. We went over to their mobile home and played with the puppies and talked with them for a while. They really know how to provide excellent customer service. I really enjoyed staying here. I'm from Michigan originally and just came back from California for the summer. It was worth it!
They also kept everything around the camp grounds very neat. When we went out during the day I always looked forward to coming back here by the evening because I really enjoyed the campsite. I spent a lot of time roaming around the campground with a few of my teen campers. I was sad to leave but it was a great time here." — Jay H. Yelp