Newberry also known “Moose Capital” of Michigan is a village located in Michigan’s Luce County in the heart of the vast Lake Superior State Forest. The village was founded in 1882 and now has a population of 1519. Newberry is full of lakes, streams, woods, and wetlands, a forest where birds and fish are plentiful – waiting for you to come and enjoy its many wonders. Visit Crisp Point Lighthouse or the 95,000 acre Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Take the Toonerville Trolley up the Tahquamenon River and visit the Tahquamenon Falls. See Oswald’s Bear Ranch, a bear friendly eighty acre compound located 8 miles north of Newberry. Visit the historical Tahquamenon Logging Museum or come for a Limber Jack breakfast, the Old Time Music Jamboree or any of the other great events held at the museum. So much to do: snowmobiling, ATV, hike, fish, hunt, cross-country ski, kayak. Four season fun is at hand in the heart of the Eastern Upper Peninsula.