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Newberry, Michigan Snowmobiling Information, Newberry Area Trail Report, Newberry Trail Maps, Newberry Area Snowmobiling Photos, Become a Member of TASA, View our Newberry Events, Make a Donation, and More!
Welcome to The Tahquamenon Area
Snowmobile Association of Newberry, Michigan!
We e strive to provide snowmobilers with the most up to date snowmobiling information and Newberry Area Trail Report Updates.
Newberry Michigan is located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and offers tourists and residents alike the best winter time recreation in the north. With thousands of snowmobilers visiting our great Upper Peninsula every winter, information on the trails, weather & membership are vital.
THERE ARE MAJOR SIGN CHANGES FOR THE YEAR STARTING 1 DEC. 2012. 11SIGNS HAVE BEEN ELIMINATED. THESE CHANGES ARE DESIGNEE TO SLOW DOWN TRAFFIC ON THE TRAILS. BE CAREFUL ON CURVES!!! THE SIGNS INCLUDE
SHARP CURVE CHEVRON
TWO WAY TRAFFIC
Trail report updates are done daily. Please check for updates after 8a.m.
For the extended weather report, go to your favorite weather reporting site, Our zip code is 49868
SEE TRAIL REPORT PAGE.
2013 Election results are, President, Fuzzy Sieggreen Vice President, Betsy Costa Treasurer, Marie Nicholson Tresurer, Directors are Louie Nicholson, Charles Medelis, and Ben Freeman
THE CLUB WANTS TO THANK EVERYONE WHO MADE GENEROUS DONATIONS IN OUR TRAIL BOXES IN NEWBERRY THIS SEASON. IT WAS A GREAT YEAR AND WE APPRECIATE THE SUPPORT.
*SEE THEE TRAIL REPORT PAGE FOR COMPLETE REPORT*
2012 - 13 Trail Report News
Become a Member of TASA
Along with these reports, we hope to invite you to become a TASA member or even help out with a small donation.
No matter where you're from, we welcome your family into ours!! Happy snowmobiling and please ride safely!
Make sure to visit our TASA Photo Gallery to see how visitors and residents to the Newberry, MI area like to spend the winter months in Tahquamenon Country!
In 2005 the TASA trail system was voted #5 for the
snowmobiling destination in America’s Top 10.
Our trail system ranked # 1 in Lake Superior magazine.
TASA is responsible for grooming and maintaining 128 miles of snowmobile trails that connect to other area trail systems that reach out throughout the entire Upper Peninsula of Michigan. To keep these snowmobile trails in top shape, it takes a lot of man power, and hours of hard labor & committment.
Tasa Picture Gallery
Check out our new groomer and area snowmobile photos by visiting our TASA Picture Gallery today!
"The Groomers are ready and we are looking forward to receiving some snow!
Please check the Trail Report for great
What is TASA?
TASA is a non profit organization that was organized for the purpose of promoting and advancing the general welfare and safety of snowmobiling. TASA also is here to serve the interest of snowmobile owners, to defend such owners against discriminatory legislation and burdensome taxation, to develop a fraternal spirit among all snowmobile and other winter sport enthusiasts, to provide a medium for the exchange of snowmobiling information, to lease or own property for public and association uses and to perform all desirable and lawful functions for the successful operation of the association and in the general public interest.
TASA is not a “social club” but rather an association who’s main purpose is to better the sport of snowmobiling. TASA has accomplished its tasks through countless VOLUNTEER hours of brushing, repairing, signing and grooming the trails; construction of the building to house equipment (and we are in the process of getting plans drawn for an addition); maintaining the equipment in proper working order, acquisition of necessary tools to maintain and repair the equipment, processing numerous reports for the DNR, and parking access at the Newberry trailhead, the 3 Mile Staging area and the staging area at junction of CR 407 & CR 416.
When TASA was formed in 1987, TASA was responsible for approximately 40 miles (one way) of trails. Today, TASA is responsible for approximately 128 miles (one way) of trails.
MEETING TIMES AND SCHEDULED DATES
MEETINGS ARE HELD AT THE TASA BARN 9017 M-123, AND THE PUBLIC IS ALWAYS WELCOME.
NEXT MEETING TIMES: Tuesday September 10, 2013