Everything Holland Has to Offer.
Right Outside Your Door.
We encourage you to revel in the excitement of this dynamic and historic city. From theatre performances and art fairs, to the centuries-old De Zwaan windmill; from waterfront dining on Lake Macatawa to strolling through Holland State Park — there is always something to explore and discover. Whether you’re picking up groceries at Meijer, grabbing a bite to eat at Crust 54, or taking in the views from your kayak on Lake Michigan, our Holland apartments are at the center of it all, and we are excited to welcome you to the neighborhood.
Beaches & Parks
Home to majestic beaches and gorgeous parks, Holland draws in those who love outdoor wellness and recreation. Here, you can enjoy welcoming beaches with picturesque views and a relaxing atmosphere. Boaters, campers, fishers, and swimmers can take advantage of everything Laketown Beach, Holland State Park, Tunnel Park, Kouw Park, Kirk Park, and Black Lake Boardwalk West have to offer.
Shops & Eateries
All along the cobblestone sidewalks of Downtown Holland, you’ll discover diverse shops and eateries that cater to a variety of tastes and interests. Whether it’s a restaurant, salon, brew pub, antique store, arts and crafts, or sporting equipment -- you’ll be sure to find whatever you’re looking for in the over 100 locally-owned shopping, dining, entertainment, and hobby venues that are open all year round.
History & Culture
Holland is charmingly historic and excitingly progressive. Take a step back in time by visiting Nelis’ Dutch Village, The Holland Museum, or The Cappon and Settlers Houses. Learn about preserved lands, nature, and tulips at the Outdoor Discover Center, DeGraaf Nature Center, or at Veldheeer Tulip Gardens. Wind along the garden path at Windmill Island Gardens, climb aboard The Holland Princess paddle-wheel river boat, and pick your own apples, cherries, and peaches at Crane’s Orchard and Cider Mill.