World-class Upper Peninsula snowmobiling begins here in Newberry, otherwise known as Tahquamenon Country. Renowned as the best snowmobiling and winter adventure destination in Michigan, Tahquamenon Country is located in the heart of the Upper Peninsula.
If you’re looking for gorgeous, groomed snowmobile trails near you, look no further than Tahquamenon Country. The thousands of winter vacationers that arrive annually find that our 128 miles of superlative snowmobile trails conveniently connect to other trail networks, allowing access to the entire Upper Peninsula.
The Tahquamenon Area Snowmobile Association (TASA) is responsible for grooming and maintaining the 128 miles of snowmobile trails that connect to other U.P. snowmobile trails in Tahquamenon Country. TASA is a non-profit organization whose sole purpose is the promotion and advancement of snowmobiling welfare and safety.
Keeping such a large network of snowmobile trails in tiptop shape requires manpower, hours of volunteer labor and commitment, and the TASA works tirelessly to provide a positive riding experience like no other.
The TASA trail system was voted the #5 snowmobiling destination in America’s Top 10. Our trail system also ranked #1 in Lake Superior Magazine.
Upper Peninsula snowmobiling is one of the most exciting winter recreation activities that Tahquamenon Country has to offer. Of course, it’s important to know where you’re going. Snowmobile trail maps are available for $4 apiece at The Newberry Chamber Office, on the corner of M-123 and M-28 in the little log cabin. The Office is open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday during the winter season.
While planning your Upper Peninsula snowmobiling getaway, be sure to book your snowmobile lodging ahead of time. Because Tahquamenon Country snowmobiling is so popular, lodging often fills up months in advance. If you’re interested in renting snowmobiles, several local businesses offer rentals, and we recommend you reserve yours ahead of time, as well.
Snowmobiling in Michigan should always involve preparation for extreme weather. Check the forecast as well as the Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report before you venture out each day to ensure a safe trip for you and your group.