Something a little different- something off the beaten path, or more than our shopping, dining or events have to offer? We have that! Check out the list below for some ideas of "something different" in Holland!
The mission of Ambrose is to develop sustainable spaces where mentoring communities can build creative confidence and competence in youth. We do this by inviting guest artists, designers and students
The Mission: We seek to provide a cost effective, hassle free mechanism for people to enjoy more time outdoors. We'd like to help you eliminate any excuse that keeps you and your loved ones from
Holland, MI based spirits producer. Focusing on local ingredients and blending tradition with innovation.
EcoTrek Fitness is an original program (NOT a franchise) created by Cari Draft that offers outdoor group workouts that integrate cardio, strength training and flexibility. Cari has developed the
A jaunt south of Holland, is Fenn Valley, one of West Michigan's premiere wineries. They offer several ways for you to experience their wines and better understand the effect Lake Michigan has on
Disc golf, a popular family fun game, is located at Winstrom Park off 160th & Perry. Anyone who can throw a Disc or Frisbee can play. The course, similar to a golf course, has posts in place of holes
The Holland hothouse is a newly renovated, 3,000 square foot space turned hot yoga paradise in the Holland Town Center. The location features: Natural cork flooring. Interactive practice
Geocaching is an entertaining adventure game for gps users. Participating in a cache hunt is a good way to take advantage of the wonderful features and capability of a gps unit. The basic idea is to
Did you know there are more than 4 shipwrecks in Lake Michigan that are diveable from the Holland area? Click the link to the Michigan Shipwreck Research Associates website to learn more about the
This 122-acre park encompasses the union of the Macatawa River and the Noorderloos Creek. The restored wetland is a birders delight, home to many waterfowl including Great Blue Herons. The bridges,