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Things To Do

-DISCOVER THE TOP ATTRACTIONS IN HOLLAND MICHIGAN-

What Makes Visiting Holland Michigan so special?


Holland Michigan is popular among tourists for it's Dutch Heritage and sandy beach shores along Lake Macatawa and near Lake Michigan. Visitors can experience the old dutch village and experience wooden shoe carving, delft, and Cheese making. The scenic Veldheer tulip farm and perennial garden shows off over 5 million tulips perfect for a photography destination. Windmill Island shows off the iconic old fashioned windmill along with demonstrations. You can even take a boat ride down the Kalamazoo river into Lake Michigan. There is something for everyone. Stay at the Cottonwood Inn Bed & Breakfast while visiting Holland. 
 Centennial Park
Centennial Park
Centennial Park was redeveloped for park use in 1876. The park has 5.6 acres of pedestrian walkways, gazebo with restrooms, tulip beds, a fountain, reflecting pool and many mature shade trees.
Saugatuck Dunes State Park
Saugatuck Dunes State Park
Along Lake, Michigan's shoreline sits Saugatuck Dunes, State Park. The park has 300 acres of coastal dune system as well as a few endangered plant species. Enjoy hiking, and bird watching.
 Oval Beach
Oval Beach
At Oval Beach people can enjoy a round of beers, hiking, setting sail, or relaxing at the beach. Spend the day of the art coast of Michigan and enjoy a romantic getaway.
Holland State Park
Holland State Park
Holland State Park is the perfect place to enjoy sugar sand beaches, beautiful sunsets, and views of the iconic "Big Red" Lighthouse. Enjoy swimming, boating, and walking on the shoreline.
 Laketown Beach
Laketown Beach
Climb the stairs at Laketown Beach and enjoy the amazing view of Lake Michigan. Visitors to the beach have access to swimming.
 DeGraaf Nature Center
DeGraaf Nature Center
At this nature preserve, guests can enjoy an 18 acre center with exhibits, live animals and gifts. The DeGraaf Nature Center was named after the Holland Park Superintendent during its first 20 years of existence.
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