Kritter's Northcountry Campground & Cabins
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Family Oriented Upper Michigan Campground
Welcome to Kritter's Northcountry Campground & Cabins located in the heart of the Upper Peninsula. Our Newberry, MI campground offers a variety of camping sites to suit your vacation needs. We offer guests fifty large, spacious grassy pull-through sites surrounded in stands of white pine and poplar trees.
We are seasoned campers and have a great respect for Mother Nature. We have put that part of ourselves into our Upper Michigan Campground and are able to offer you modern & rustic camping in a natural wooded setting. We take pride in our well-maintained Upper Michigan 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.
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 your made your destination our location! A bird-viewing deck is available for our adult guests.
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, deer or other U.P. wildlife. Feel free to pick the wild berries along the way. We own & operate a family park and we are committed to providing our guests with a safe & secure stay. If you want tranquility, you will enjoy a stay with us!
We understand the importance of pets in the family. Pets are allowed in our Upper Michigan Campground and must be leashed and under the control of their owner at ALL times. Pets are not allowed in or around the buildings, 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.
Along with the convenience of our central location, we offer many amenities. We have a large enclosed pavilion that provides our guests with a great place to enjoy family reunions, get-togethers and group gatherings. We also have play areas for the youngsters. Encompassed by forty acres of tranquil and wildlife rich wilderness, our campground will provide you with the Upper Peninsula vacation that you have been dreaming of.
We offer both modern and rustic sites. These are all situated within our scenic campground.
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Directions to Kritter's Northcountry Campground and Cabins
Go West on M-28, turn right on M-123 North at the Sunoco and Quality Inn at the Newberry Junction. Follow M-123 North 10 miles.
1/8 Mile North of 4 Mile Corner.
Spring and summer office hours for phone calls and emails is from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Fall office hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Winter office hours are from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Camping season begins the Monday after Mother's Day weekend until early October. Call for actual closing date, contingent on weather. Lodging will remain open through the end of the snowmobile season.
"Decided to head north instead of south this year for our annual June vacation. Found this campground on the Good Sam website and decided to give them a try. Owners are great and the facilities are well maintained and bathrooms clean. Power supply to the sites is great and the water pressure and quality is good too. As stated (this goes for anywhere in the U.P. in June) - bring plenty of bug spray or call ahead to find a season when the bugs aren't as bad. This is some of the most beautiful scenery in the nation people! They are conveniently located in a central location for day trips to places like Lake Superior, Taquamenon falls, Paradise Michigan, Newberry, Grand Marais, indescribably beautiful Pictured Rocks National Shoreline, Miner's Castle, Oswald's Bear Ranch, Toonerville Trolley, Pine Stump Junction, and other places that you should not go through life without seeing at least once. Saw a bald Eagle dip down into the water to catch a fish and my girlfriend caught a northern pike at Perch Lake. Perfect trip and perfect peaceful place to stay."—Jeffrey F, 2016