Holland, Michigan is famous for its Tulip Time Festival but there is much more to see.
Each year thousands of tourists flock to see 'Big Red,' the lighthouse at the State Park, the DeZwaan windmill, fudge and candle-making on Windmill Island, tulip gardens, wooden shoe making and Dutch Village.
We have a few new places for you to see on your visit to the Tulip City. Check out these 4 secret spots in Holland locals love.
Our full list is below, and here are some of the scenic spots around the city. Want to explore Holland some more, check out Discover Holland.
The walking and biking paths and boardwalks traversing this 30-acre park on the South edge of Lake Macatawa afford a nice view of Holland's famous DeZwaan windmill, a gift from the Netherlands.
Hikers, dog walkers, cross-country skiers and casual mountain bikers have 300 acres to play. Trails are clearly marked, making navigation easy.
Just a few miles North of Holland State Park, this beach is famous for, you guessed it, a tunnel through a dune to Lake Michigan. There is also an area for climbing the sand hill as well as a large playground and ample space for swimming, picnicking and family fun.
This one is easy to miss but locals love climbing the 200+ stairs to the top of the 157 foot dune for breathtaking views of Lake Michigan. (Don't forget to turn around and take in the sights of Lake Macatawa to the East.)