On the banks of Lake Macatawa near the eastern shores of Lake Michigan lies the charming town of Holland, an outpost of Dutch culture and tradition in the midst of Michigan. Browse the sidewalks of the award-winning downtown with waterfront cafes, street performers, antique malls, farmers markets and excellent shopping.
Fun for all seasons
Pick berries in the summer and stroll the streets lined with tulips in the Spring. The Tulip Time Spring Festival, voted “Best Small Town Festival” is an all-time favorite with millions of colorful tulips. The winter months invite fun winter sports activities with cross country skiing, ice-skating and sledding. Enjoy the outdoor Kerstmarkt, a European style holiday market with dog sledding and Dutch specialities that runs for four weeks around Thanksgiving.
Relaxation and Recreation on your doorstep
Revel in the breath-taking beauty of this lakefront town as the sunsets over Lake Michigan. Relax on the secluded Laketown Beach, climb through the dunes in the tunnel and up the dune stairway to see the scenic views of Lake Michigan at Tunnel Park, or head to buzzy Holland State Park for fun beach activities. The waters of Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa offer endless outdoor activities. Sail the waters of Lake Michigan, take a boat ride or a sunset cruise or take off on a fishing charter to see what you can reel in. Explore the miles of hiking and biking trails and nature centers or hike the Lake Michigan dunes for beautiful views.
Visit our other nearby Lake Michigan towns of Pentwater, Silver Lake, Muskegon, Norton Shores, Grand Haven, Macatawa, Manistee, Hutchins Lake and Saugatuck.
Holland, a Dutch delight in the heart of Michigan.