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Spending time on the shores of a pristine lake makes for a relaxing vacation. Many state park RV campgrounds are situated near bodies of water, but Holland State Park in Holland, Michigan has two lakeshores to enjoy. Book an RV in Ottawa County and head over to Holland State Park for some fun on land and in the water.
Kalamazoo is a little over an hour from the park and offers a variety of shopping and restaurants. Rent a camper near Holland State Park and visit Saugatuck, under a half-hour drive south. However, you may not be able to pull yourself away from the beaches in Holland State Park long enough to explore the cities nearby!
Spending time outdoors in a beautiful setting is a great way to unwind. Holland State Park offers excellent hiking opportunities for visitors. You can meander along the beach of Lake Michigan or Lake Macatawa. Hiking trails cut throughout the park and vary in difficulty from easy to moderate. The dune walk stairway is a must-see for all visitors to the park.
One of the main draws of Holland State Park is the large expanse of beaches where you can play in the sand and take a dip in the lake. Children and adults alike will enjoy building sandcastles or lounging in the sun. Beach volleyball is another great activity in the park. You'll find a full-service concession stand near the beach where you can grab a snack. Camping at Holland State Park will also allow you to see the park's postcard-perfect sunsets which wash the lakes and landscapes in a spectacular display of color.
One of the park's most visited attractions, the Big Red Lighthouse was built in the 1870s and stands on the south end of the Holland Channel. The lighthouse is one of the state’s most photographed lighthouses and is owned by a not-for-profit lighthouse commission. One of the best ways to view and photograph the Big Red Lighthouse is to stroll along the boardwalk to the park's north pier.
State park RV camping is a great way to enjoy the park when most of the day-use visitors have gone home. Holland State Park has two RV campgrounds. The Lake Macatawa Campground is located in a wooded area, and the Holland Beach Campground is situated along the beach of Lake Michigan. More than 300 sites are available between the two campgrounds. Both campgrounds offer electric and water hookups for RVs, while 31 sites in the Holland Beach Campground offer full hookups. Restroom facilities are available within walking distance at each campground. The maximum RV length is 51 feet.
Holland has another option for camping with an RV. Oak Grove Resort Campground is an upscale campground that allows RVs which are ten years old or newer. Full hookups are available, including water, electric, sewer, and cable TV. A picnic table and fire pit are included at each campsite.
The Allendale/West Grand Rapids KOA in Allendale Charter Township is about a 35-minute drive northeast of Holland State Park. This is a typical KOA where campers can enjoy a pool, playground, clubhouse, and dog park. Standard amenities include full hookups, restrooms, showers, and RV camping supplies such as firewood and propane.
RV camping at Holland State Park doesn't mean you're limited to just staying at the park. Get out and explore this scenic part of the Great Lake State. Check out the Saugatuck Dunes State Park in Saugatuck. This is a day-use park that offers excellent hiking opportunities. With over 1,000 acres of land, Saugatuck Dunes State Park is virtually undeveloped, making it the perfect place to reconnect with nature. Outdoor enthusiasts will relish the chance to spot several rare species of flora and fauna, including the pitcher's thistle and Eastern box turtle.
Drive into Holland and visit the Windmill Island Gardens, a municipal park that's home to the De Zwaan windmill. This windmill is over 250 years old and is the only genuine working Dutch windmill in the U.S. The city of Holland also hosts the Tulip Time Festival each year to honor the area's Dutch heritage. Camp in an RV near Holland in May to catch this fun festival.
Visit Mount Pisgah Historic Ottawa Beach and enjoy stairways and trails that lead to lookout platforms. Visitors can snap panoramic photos of the breathtaking Ottawa Beach and Lake Michigan. You can view the Big Red Lighthouse from Mount Pisgah, so make sure you bring your camera and snap some amazing selfies with the lighthouse in the background.
All done camping at Holland State Park? Stop at one of the many gas stations scattered throughout Holland to fill up your tank. Then, fill your belly at one of the city's waterfront eateries. Whether you're craving Japanese, Mexican, American, or European cuisine, you'll find plenty of options to please your palate. After you've explored Holland until you can explore no more, take I-196 northeast into Grand Rapids, or head due south along the eastern shores of Lake Michigan.