A family vacation in Michigan must include a trip to Holland State Park Beach, so plan your visit early! This public recreation area covers 142 acres in Park Township in Ottawa County, four miles west of downtown Holland, Michigan
You might believe you have been transported to the Netherlands after visiting the Windmill Island Gardens. It is actually the only Dutch-operating windmill that has been transported from the Netherlands to the United States in 1964.
It’s a great photo opportunity to see your children trying out Dutch wooden shoes. Your entire trip to the Nelis Dutch Village will be filled with fun activities that are worthy of being captured on your camera.
The Holland Farmers Market is the largest outdoor market in Michigan. With over 75 vendors, the market offers local, seasonal fruits and vegetables, beautiful flower bouquets, plants for the home and garden, baked goods, all-natural honey, maple syrup, and farm-fresh meats
Vern Veldheer, a 1950s entrepreneur, took 100 red and 300 white tulips. He also started a hobby farm. The Veldheer Tulip Garden, Holland’s only tulip garden and perennial garden, has more than five million tulips.
Tunnel Park is exactly that, a park that has a tunnel that runs through a dunes! This tunnel is fun for both children and adults.There is also a playground for children, volleyball courts, picnic areas and a climb to the top.
If you’re looking for a unique way to celebrate a special occasion, look no further than a cruise on the Holland Princess. The 65-foot paddle-wheel river boat is an authentic, licensed vessel operating in Lake Michigan. The boat departs from Dunton Park on Lake Macatawa and sails between June and September.