Holland State Park is famous for its expansive, sandy beach on Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa. There's plenty of room for sunbathing, family fun, recreation or just relaxing. Besides the beautiful beach, Holland State Park features two large campgrounds, picnic tables, fire pits and grills, beach volleyball courts, and beach house. The pier and walkway along the harbor channel is a popular spot for fishing and beautiful views of sailboats, sunsets and the Big Red lighthouse. The concession stand and store are stocked with a variety of food, beach items and souvenirs. Kayak, canoe, and stand up paddleboard rentals are available at the Macatawa Boathouse in the Lake Macatawa portion of the park.
The park is divided into two separate units, one along Lake Michigan and the other along Lake Macatawa, each with its own campground. The Lake Macatawa campground is a traditional campground offering 211 campsites, while the Beach campground is nestled between sand dunes with 98 paved campsites and 31 full hook-up sites. Both campgrounds are within 50 feet of swimming beaches. The Lake Macatawa campground is only a half mile from Lake Michigan.
Call for Pet Policy in campgrounds. Pets are not permitted in the beach area.
Michigan residents: Passport $10 yearly Out of State: $29 annual pass, $8 daily