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  • Steven Bradburn
    RE/MAX Select
    With roughly 230 acres of water and miles and miles of shoreline, Seven Lakes State Park in Holly is a great place to explore! There are several nature trails to hike which range in length from a few tenths of a mile to a little over two miles. You can rent paddle boards, kayaks, and canoes to explore the lake and fish - or you can fish from the shore from several fishing piers. Seven Lakes also has 71 camping sites for you and your family to enjoy. Staying at the State Park will make you feel like you have traveled "Up North" without traveling very far from your creature comforts!
  • Steven Bradburn
    RE/MAX Select
    Blackthorn Pub in Holly is the place to go for great food and great service! We have been there several times and have sat at both a table and at the bar - the atmosphere was fantastic! I personally loved sitting at the bar better, we had a great conversation with the bar staff and other patrons!
  • Steven Bradburn
    RE/MAX Select
    Not only is the Holly Hotel a great place for dinner and a comedy show, but it also has quite a storied past full of ghosts! The hotel has been referred to as one of the most haunted buildings in Michigan! The lingering scent of cigar smoke and perfume can be detected as guests dine. There are also frequent reports of a young girl playing in the kitchen and on the steps that lead to the banquet space! These are just a few of the strange happenings encountered by guests and staff. Stop in and ask the staff for a tour and decide for yourself. Is the hotel haunted? Or is your imagination just running wild?
  • Tour and facts
  • The diehard ice fishermen have moved their shanty's to the far east side of the lake and will soon be replacing their sleds with row boats, electric motor pontoon boats and canoes to fish for perch, bass, and blue gill. Rafts will be anchored and the neighborhood kids will be searching for frogs. The YMCA Camp surrounds half of the lake to the west and has quite a few summer visitors.
  • Holly, MI
    Tired of traffic? Head to Holly, you won't find too many street lights here! Most of the Holly School District covers rural areas. Find large country lots, horse farms, and lakefront living.
  • Holly, MI
    Fish Lake is a quiet, no motor lake, with over half of the lake shore being owned by YMCA Camp Ohiyesa on the west end and a smaller private camp on the north. A close-knit community of neighbors surrounds the southeastern section of the lake with quite a few summer only residents. If you enjoy the country, this area is it. Close to Fenton, Holly, Milford, and only minutes to shopping and the expressways.
  • Enjoy the many parks located in Holly. Seven Lakes Park, Groveland Recreation Area and Sorenson Park to name a few. Downtown Holly is a very enjoyable experience with a lot of historic buildings and shops. Christmas time is especially enjoyable when it's snowing and they put on the Dickens Festival where the whole town dresses to fit the occasion. Dine at the Holly Hotel for a fine dining experience. Wonderful five course dinners. My compliments to the chef! After dinner enjoy the comedy show in the lower level lounge. Great place for fun and laughter. A small town historic atmosphere with a lot of history.
  • Daniel Callan
    RE/MAX Platinum
    Holly, MI is known for its history and small town atmosphere. Steeped in tradition and heritage, it is the perfect area to recreate the story "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens.
  • Located in Holly, Michigan, the Great Lakes National Cemetery is the final resting place for many of our veterans. It is also the location of a Memorial Day celebration held the Sunday preceding Memorial Day.
  • Stephan Brochu
    RE/MAX Platinum
    Nothing is better on a winter afternoon than hitting the powder at Mt. Holly. One of southeastern Michigan's few ski hills. Mt. Holly offers beginner to moderate level runs and fun for families and individuals alike.
  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Holly.
    Holly, MI
    Holly is a nice little town south of Flint MI between I 75 and US 23. It has easy access to I 75. Holly is located in between and near Seven Lakes State Park, and Holly Recreation Area which includes Holdridge Lakes Mountain Biking Trails which are also excellent hiking trails. Holly's historic Battle Alley now houses a number of nice antique malls and restaurants but once drew the wrath of Carry Nation, (See the link below).
  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Holly.
    Holly, MI
    Holly, Michigan, home of Battle Alley, is located in Northern Oakland County. Holly offers numerous activities such as skiing, camping, and fishing. Elegant dining and shows are available at the Historic Holly Hotel. The area is also home to the Michigan Renaissance Festival, Holly Dickens festival, Holly Halloween Parade, and the Annual Ladies Night Out.
  • Gary Morris
    RE/MAX Platinum
    Peaceful country location, yet very convenient to major shopping in Fenton and Holly. Lakefront living on this private fishing offers a family great swimming and canoeing, then come evening time, grab your fishing pole and head out to the local hot spot and relax, unless you're getting your limit.

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