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Newberry Fall Color Photos – 2016

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September 22, 2016 – Newberry Area

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Here is a fall color update. This was taken on Monday the 19th from the piolt house window. Overall we are 20% turned. Saturday September 24th and Saturday October 1st are both fully booked. We still have openings on all other remaining dates through October 8th ... See MoreSee Less

Here is a fall color update. This was taken on Monday the 19th from the piolt house window. Overall we are 20% turned. Saturday September 24th and Saturday October 1st are both fully booked. We still have openings on all other remaining dates through October 8th

Mary L Rowe, Peggy Gunter Mohr and 23 others like this

Jen MillerI thought the web page said the weekend of the 1st was the last weekend.

5 months ago   ·  1

Ryan KiserKeep some color for around the 17th...

5 months ago   ·  1

Mike SteltenkampCan't wait to see and smell them!

5 months ago   ·  1

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September 15, 2016

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Hi all, Here is a photo from today 9-15-2016 of the amount of color we have at our dock. The river is very high but we are still able to have the trip. The falls are putting out over 45 million gallons an hour right now. Watch for my Saturday post I'll have a short video of the falls to share. ... See MoreSee Less

Hi all, Here is a photo from today 9-15-2016 of the amount of color we have at our dock. The river is very high but we are still able to have the trip. The falls are putting out over 45 million gallons an hour right now. Watch for my Saturday post Ill have a short video of the falls to share.

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Photos and Updates From 2015

NewberryNewberry Fall Color Report – 10/5 – What a difference a few days (and cool nights) can make! We are seeing a lot more color now, especially where the trees are not as protected as they are in the woods. If you don’t mind driving the “highways” of the area (as opposed to getting deep in the Yooper woods by a gravel road or a two track) you will see some decent color, BUT if you can wait a couple more days it’ll be even better.

I think by this coming weekend, viewing in the area should be pretty good and in SOME places will be close to 60% if not more!! The new “water reflection photo” was taken a couple of days ago. Keep checking back!

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NewberryNewberry Fall Color Report – 10/01 – The new photo to go with the report today shows a bit more color than what we’ve been seeing. AND it depends on where you are as to how much color there is. Reports have it that the Toonerville Trolley and Boat Tour are showing about 50% along the river, but you can see from this post that is not the case along side the road.

We took a drive towards Lake Superior and didn’t see hardly any color change going N. out of Eckerman. Then we went on Curly Lewis Hwy which runs e-w and not much there. We cut across on a side road towards Strongs which runs n-s and the photo is pretty representative of what we saw on that 9 mile stretch.

We have had very chilly early a.m. temps and frost which will help the colors start to change more quickly. I think if you try to time it for around October 8 + you should be good.

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