Welcome to Michigans Upper Peninsula! Enjoy a leisurely stroll on our nature trail that winds through our 40-acre woods. If you look carefully and are quiet, you may see a moose, or deer or other U.P. wildlife. Feel free to pick the wild berries along the way!
We own & operate a quiet family park and we are committed to providing our guests with a safe & secure stay.
We understand the importance of pets in the family. Pets are allowed in the campground and must be leashed and under the control of their owner at ALL times. Pets are not allowed in or around the buldings, play areas or office yard (exception is special needs dogs). Guests with a pet that is vicious or unruly will have to remove the pet from the park. Pet owners ARE responsible for cleaning up after their pet and any damages resulting from your pet. Protect your pet from strays, wild animals or mishaps; KEEP YOUR PETS LEASHED AT ALL TIMES! If you canot abide by our pet rules, then please choose a different park to spend your vacation time.
Dan & I are seasoned campers and have a great respect for Mother Nature. We have put that part of ourselves into our campground and are able to offer you modern & rustic camping in a natural wooded setting. We take pride in our well-maintained campground and facilities; from keeping the bird feeders filled to protecting the many species of trees found in the campground. Enjoy a spectacular sunrise or a berry-picking stroll through our scenic woods, or just sit and listen to the many birds found in the campground. A bird-viewing deck is available for our adult guests. During the summer and early fall months you'll be treated to up close viewing of hummingbirds as well as other species of birds native to our area. We believe you'll be glad that you made our Upper Peninsula location your destination!
Northcountry Campground & Cabins of Michigan's Upper Peninsula is conveniently located by the Eastern U.P. attractions and close to snowmobile trails.
Directions to NORTHCOUNTRY CAMPGROUND AND CABINS
8 1/2 Miles North of M-28 on M-123 at the Newberry Junction
1/8 Mile North of 4 Mile Corner.