Take a trip to Holland to alleviate your winter doldrums! Here you'll find outdoor activities that will invigorate you, like cross country skiing and snow shoeing through the Lake Michigan dunes. Rekindle your childhood by sledding down the hillside of a historic farm. Hit the ice for a game of hockey or just a spin around the ice rink.
See the listings below for specifics on where to best enjoy the winter season. No snow today? No problem! Many of these parks are open for hiking as well. And with the leaves off the trees, the views can be breathtaking!
For area ski conditions and updates, contact Ottawa County Parks at 616.738.9531.
2016 Season- Michigan residents: Annual Pass $11 2016 Season- Out of State: Annual Pass $31 or Daily Admission $9 Holland State Park is famous for its expansive, sandy beach on Lake Michigan and
West Michigan's Ultimate Entertainment Center. A fresh, clean destination, BAM! features a two level laser tag arena, a redemption arcade, bowling, a restaurant, two bars, a patio, three meeting
Soaring Ledge is the only climbing gym on the lakeshore. Amenities include over 1000 sq. ft. of climbing surface, with 16 ft. bouldering walls protected by a state-of-the-art padded flooring
You don't need to drive out of town to get in touch with nature: take a walk on the wild side at DeGraaf Nature Center. If you have 20 minutes or 2 hours, you will enjoy exploring the woodland,
At this double Dutch delight, you can talk with the artists as they mold, hand-paint, and glaze the only authentic blue and white delftware made in the U.S, or watch the wooden shoe carving on
November 22-December 13, 2014! Dutch Winterfest in Holland is a delightful time of the year, with many events including the Holiday Kerstmarkt and a Parade of Lights and Sinterklaas Eve events. Check
One of the many trail parks surrounding Holland, Hemlock Crossing offers 239 acres of woods and wetlands along the Pigeon River. Over six miles of hiking and cross-country skiing trails meander
Holland 7 Movie Theater with seven screens showing first-run films. Bargain matinees and occasional showings of free movies for families. On the southside of Holland, just east of US-31 between
Holland received worldwide attention when the Holland Aquatic Center was rated the best indoor public/non-profit facility in the country by Aquatics International Magazine. The Aquatic Center offers
The best way to get acquainted with Holland is to take a crash course in its fascinating history-and there's no better place for this than the Holland Museum. Here you'll experience the arrival of