Koa Newberry

13676 State Hwy M-28, Newberry, Michigan, 49868, United States | Campground
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Southern loop

A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy

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... We saw swans, ducks, loons, and the workings of a pretty hefty woodpecker. I think the rain kept much of the wildlife under cover, but we enjoyed it anyways. Wish we found this sooner. When we were done, the rain was really coming down pretty good so we headed back to our campsite.....it was thundering/lightening too, but it didn't keep ...

Sightseeing the U.P.

A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy

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... real nice ride to the Tahquamenon Falls State Park. It is known for its waterfalls and they are just breathtaking. We hiked both the upper and lower falls and took tons of pictures. I may need a bit more time to get those pictures loaded on here. We left our campsite around 10 this morning and did not get back until 4. It was supposed to rain today, but it turned out to be ...

Arrived in the Upper Peninsula

A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy

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... not, we stopped at a Walmart to buy some groceries...this was a Super Walmart -- I have never seen one so big.....I almost got lost. LOL We were back on the road within a half hour. Got to the Mackinaw Bridge which connects the island (Upper Peninsula) with the mainland. This bridge also intersects Lake Huron with Lake Michigan. The bridge is a 5-mile ...

First night camping with John & Rita

A travel blog entry by connieandjimmer

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We arrived just after a heavy rain storm, set up camp before dark and rushed off the the Brewery restaurant for supper before they stopped serving. Enjoyed two delicious beers with supper, a stout and then an amber red. Next day hiked to see the lower falls and then the upper falls which are the 2nd largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi River. The beautiful rust and golden colour is from all the iron.
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The Incredible Tehquamenon Falls!

A travel blog entry by heavenonearth

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... The North Country Trail passes through the park. There is a seasonal shuttle service that allows hikers to walk between upper falls and lower falls without doubling back, the Tahqua Trekker.Tahquamenon Falls is also called "Rootbeer Falls" because of its golden-brown color,caused by tannins from cedar swamps that drain into the river. In winter, the ice that accumulates around and ...

Location

This campground is located on 13676 State Hwy M-28, Newberry.
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