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Quaint Cottages Available for Your Next Holland Vacation

Holland is a lovely town to visit in Western Michigan. There are great properties available for you to rent during your next vacation including cottages, houses, and condos. These properties include various amenities such as cable or satellite television, Internet access, free parking, outdoor grills, and washing machines, so you will enjoy a pleasant visit.

Enjoy Outdoor Recreation

You can enjoy the outdoors in many different areas. The Holland State Park, however, offers visitors a little bit of everything. With two beaches, one along Lake Michigan and the other along Lake Macatawa, swimming and beach activities abound. Beach volleyball courts, swimming areas, and picnic areas are just some of the spots you will find. Additionally, there are hiking and biking trails for those who wish to go exploring. The pier offers beautiful views of sailboats on the water as well as being a spot for fishing. You can also rent kayaks, canoes, or stand up paddleboats to go exploring on the lakes. Tunnel Park and DeGraaf Nature Center are two other outdoor facilities where you can hike and explore.

Play Golf in Holland

There are many award winning golf courses available in Holland, Michigan. The Links at Rolling Meadows and The Winding Creek Golf Course both offer 9-hole golf courses that are open to the public. The Winding Creek club has several different 9-hole courses that you can try. The Macatawa Legends Golf and Country Club, on the other hand, offers a standard 18-hole course. In addition, they have a 40 tee driving range on location, so you can practice your shots. Moving further away from m Holland, you will find additional golf courses in the nearby vicinity.

Visit Museums in Holland

There are a variety of museums that you can visit while vacationing in Holland, Michigan. You can enjoy everything from history to the arts in the various facilities that are available in the area.

  • The Cappon House Museum is the house of a Dutch immigrant who became influential in the community. You can see the original house, furnishings, and belongings of this family.
  • The Holland Museum follows the original Dutch settlers in the area from their landing in 1847 to present day. Included are exhibits showing the struggle for access to Lake Michigan, a devastating fire and rebuilding period, and the war years.
  • Hope College – Kruizenga Art Museum exhibits over 1,000 pieces of art including a large collection of Asian art. This museum is on the Hope College campus and is always free to the public.

The Weather in Holland Michigan

Winters are cold and summers are warm in Holland, Michigan. The average high temperatures in the winter are in the low 30s. This area does see a great deal of snow with an average annual snowfall of 70 inches. Summer average high temperatures are in the 80ss with a few days over 90F. The fall and the spring are pleasant with temperatures in the 60s and 70s. Anytime is a nice time to visit Holland. Spring is especially pretty as the tulips bloom all over the area, and summer is great for relaxing at the beaches.

How to Get to Holland

You can easily drive to Holland from many other areas. Holland is conveniently located midway between Detroit and Chicago, about three hours by car from each. If you are coming from such a distance, you may choose to rent a car to drive to Holland. Transportation by air is made possible by flying into the Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids, MI. This requires a drive of approximately 30 minutes, and ground transportation can be arranged. Additionally, Amtrak stops in Holland twice each day for the convenience of passengers. Holland is a great place to visit.