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  • Tantzi Habsburg
    RE/MAX Lakeshore
    The community of Holland is going Irish for a day! Featuring Irish dancers, bagpipers and kilt-wearers, the 15th annual Downtown Holland St. Patrick's Parade will begin at the 8th Street Marketplace and travel east up 8th Street to the corner of College. Celebrating will continue at New Holland Brewing Company and the Curragh Irish Pub. Come cheer us RE/MAX Lakeshore crazies as we dance along in our Green Tutu's! The parade starts at noon and it's free!
  • Tantzi Habsburg
    RE/MAX Lakeshore
    Did you know that Holland, MI was ranked one of the happiest places to live in the United States? The ranking was based on a Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. Boulder, CO came in first, Holland, MI came in second, and Honolulu came in third.

    Holland's quaint downtown is filled with all sorts of wonderful shops, eateries, and micro-brews and there is no snow or ice on the heated sidewalks and streets of downtown in the winter! The Dutch are so innovative. Also, the people are very giving. Holland has over 100 volunteer-based service organizations which is a huge number for a small town. There also is a strong sense of community and this is another reason why people of Holland continue to smile.

    There is always something happening in Holland! Whether a festival or parade or party, you will find it here. Holland is growing too. A new Multiplex with theaters and restaurants will be open soon in 2019!
  • Cheryl Kilinski
    RE/MAX Lakeshore
    Are you aware there are 38 (soon to be 40) County Parks? “The Ottawa County Parks and Recreation Commission was formed in 1987 to oversee County Park properties. Today the Parks Commission manages 38 parks and open space's totaling over 6500 acres. These natural resource-based properties offer year round recreational and educational opportunities for people of all ages and ensure the special natural features and rich heritage of Ottawa County will be protected for future generations.”

    The parks offer many miles of hiking and trails to access scenic river corridors. The parks are open from March 1 through October 15 from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Some parks are closed during the winter, but most remain open October 16 through February 28 from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
    Learn more about our parks at website below.
  • Kristin Ruther
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
    The Critter Barn is so much fun for kids of all ages! At special times, there are new births of baby goats. These babies have tons of energy and hop all around. Kids have the opportunity to feed the baby goats a bottle and pet the young animals. Bunnies, chicks, calves, donkeys, and more are all nearby and you'll find your kids pointing and excited to see the next animal. As an added bonus, there is a live nativity at Christmas. Everything is free. Donations are accepted, but not expected. And there is no heavy sales pitch for donations. Come out for an enjoyable day for all of your family!
  • Cheryl Kilinski
    RE/MAX Lakeshore
    Tulip City! Don't miss the second week in May! This the is the 90th year for the festival. Every year the city of Holland, MI hosts the Tulip Festival, complete with wooden shoe dancers and parades! Plenty to do over the celebration period. Lake Michigan beaches are only minutes away and Lake Macatawa isclose by! Plenty of dining, shopping, and entertainment.
    May 4 to May 12, 2019 is the 90th year for the Festival.

    We’re going to “paint the town orange” in celebration of Tulip Time’s 90th anniversary in 2019! You will see orange tulips of different varieties in our local parks and throughout the town, along with many events and activities. You can join in the fun of seeing three parades, hundreds of Dutch dancers, national and local entertainment, a Dutch market, Artisan market, fireworks and more. Make plans now to join us May 4-12, 2019!
  • Jeff Rettig
    RE/MAX Of Grand Rapids
    Ask Jeff a question about Holland.
    Holland, MI
    Holland is a great place to be! Located right on 8th Street is the historical downtown. The downtown is filled with many shops and places to eat. This town is filled with people in the summer with Lake Michigan only a couple of miles away. In the winter, it even has heated sidewalks! You will definitely want to check Holland out. It is a great place to live!
  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Holland.
    Holland, MI
    Holland is a great place to call home! There are many different nature trails and parks, beaches that go for miles, and a historical downtown area filled with shops and eateries. You won't be disappointed by Holland!
  • Jeff Rettig
    RE/MAX Of Grand Rapids
    The Holland Eighth Street Farmers Market is a busy place on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the summertime. It is located at 150 W 8th Street in Holland which is just a block from the downtown shopping. There are over 50 vendors from florists to bakeries. The market also offers many events from cooking classes to kids camps. Follow the link below for more information.
  • Did you know that Holland, MI was ranked one of the happiest towns in the United States? The ranking was based on the 2009 Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, released by the Gallup Group. Boulder, CO came in first, Holland, Mi came in second, and Honolulu came in third. More than 353,000 interviews with Americans were interviewed and asked questions about all aspects of their lives including their physical and emotional well-being, healthy behaviors, work environment, and community.

    Can you believe it? I can, with Holland's quaint downtown filled with all sorts of wonderful shops, eateries, and microbrews. One reason to mention why Holland is one of the happiest towns is because it is known as the "City of Churches". Holland has 170 places of worship and even a college named Hope. The churches form an informal network that gets practical help to people who can use a helping hand. Also, the people are very giving, Holland has over 100 volunteer-based service organizations fanned out through the city which is a huge number for a small town. There also is a strong sense of community and this is another reason why people of Holland continue to smile.
  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Holland.
    Holland, MI
    Park Township is a wonderful community located on Holland's north side. Miles of bike and walking paths make it easy to get to the many parks and of course, beautiful Lake Michigan. Holland State Park and Tunnel Park are two of the most popular parks here. Home prices in Park Township will range from $150,000 to multi-million dollar properties on Lake Michigan.
  • Holland, Michigan is a great place to live and has won many awards to back up that statement! Conveniently located on the west side of the State it is less than three hours to either Chicago, IL or Detroit, MI. This is an affordable area to live with homes prices ranging from $100,000 for a smaller home to $200-300,000 in a more upscale neighborhood association and million dollar properties on Lake Macatawa or Lake Michigan. Make Holland your city of choice!

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    RE/MAX Saugatuck-Douglas

    2914 Blue Star Hwy
    Douglas, MI 49406

    RE/MAX Lakeshore

    210 Central Avenue
    Holland, MI 49423

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    3489 Kelly St
    Hudsonville, MI 49426