Holland State Park

One of Michigan's most-visited State Parks, this expansive beach offers great views of Holland's famous "Big Red" lighthouse. With two campgrounds, grills, a playground, concession stand and store, you can spend a day or a week! Kayak and canoe rentals are located onsite; plus you can fish off the pier. Parking charge; wi-fi available.

Tunnel Park

Take the concrete tunnel through a sand dune to get to this family-friendly beach! There's a playground for the kids, sand volleyball courts, picnic shelters, and a dune climb. Spend the day swimming; stay for the sunset! Parking charge.

Kirk Park

If hiking along the shore is your thing, head 15 minutes north of Holland to Kirk Park, where you will be greeted by wooded dunes and high bluffs, plus a beautiful beach for swimming. Parking charge. Off-leash dog beach accessible year-round using south beach stairs.

Laketown Beach

The climb up the long wooden staircase to access one of Holland's most beautiful beaches is well worth the effort! Parking is limited to marked spaces only.

Olive Shores Park

Just north of Holland, this 20-acre park includes boardwalks and stairs traversing a wooded dune, providing access to an expansive Lake Michigan beach. There's a picnic area, modern restrooms, and a marker highlighting the site featured in the film Road to Perdition.

For more information, call: 800.506.1299 or visit: holland.org