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Discover Holland, Michigan

The Dutch Colonial Inn is walking distance from downtown and there are plenty of things to do. Whether you love lighthouses, hiking, biking,  swimming or fishing; there is something here for everyone. Dutch Colonial Inn is located 5-20 minutes away from beautiful beaches, windmills and our own Holland State Park. Come and enjoy the sites of Holland, Michigan.

Mt. Pisgah - Historic Ottawa Beach
Mt. Pisgah - Historic Ottawa Beach
Mt. Pisgah has a hiking trail that leads to a stunning view of both Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa. Enjoy the spectacular view and the outdoors.
Centennial Park
Centennial Park
Located in the heart of Holland, this beautiful park has a lot of history to explore. It was originally the village market area, but later was redeveloped and dedicated for park use in 1876.
Big Red Lighthouse
Big Red Lighthouse
This amazing tourist attraction is the perfect place to visit. A trip to the Holland State Park will give you a great view of Big Red and a wonderful sandy beach to explore.
Holland State Park
Holland State Park
Holland State Park is best known for its stunning sandy beaches. This park also contains two of Michigan's lakes - Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa. This beach is also the home to the Big Red Lighthouse.
Windmill Island Gardens
Windmill Island Gardens
Windmill Island Gardens, located at the edge of downtown Holland, is a beautiful seasonal garden. In the spring, over 100,000 tulips decorate the grounds. In the summer, the gardens are replaced with a blend of perennials, shrubs, and trees. De Zwaan Windmill is America's only authentic, working Dutch windmill. There are available tours to learn about the windmill's history and function, and you can also bring home a bag of mill-ground flour.
Downtown Holland
Downtown Holland
Enjoy all of downtown Holland's sites. In the winter, visitors can enjoy heated streets and side walks and an outdoor fireplace that is surrounded by heated benches. Enjoy what Forbes Magazine called, "America's prettiest Towns"
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