HOLLAND STATE PARK
There are two modern campgrounds; one found in each unit of the park. The Lake Macatawa campground is a traditional campground offering 211 campsites, the Beach Campground is nestled between sand dunes with 98 paved campsites and 31 full hook-up sites. Both campgrounds are within 50? of swimming beaches and Lake Macatawa Campground is only ? mile from Lake Michigan. Metal detecting area. a New camper cabin, The?Whitetail? has a view of the Holland channel and the ?Big Red? lighthouse. It accommodates six people, and includes a refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot and electric heat. Outside the cabin, visitors will find a picnic table, grill and fire circle. This fully accessible camper cabin has three rooms and an outside deck that extends the cabin living space into the beautiful surroundings. With the cabin being available year round, we may inspire some campers to ?GO-Get Outdoors? and view the majesty of Holland and Lake Michigan in the off seasons.?
The park was acquired from the City of Holland in December 1926. Since then it has been intensively used for its great beach and excellent campgrounds.
The Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry into state parks and recreation areas, state boat launches, state forest campgrounds and state trail parking lots. Details and information on how to obtain your Michigan Recreation Passport can be found by visiting the MICHIGAN RECREATION PASSPORT
Westshore Concessions offers a range of food choices, beach items and souvenirs at the Beach House in the day use shelter from mid-May through mid-September from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Kayaks, canoes, and a paddleboat are available for rent. For more information, contact Westshore Concessions at 616-399-2939.
Holland-Beach Modern(800) 447-2757 98 site(s)Electrical Service, Modern Restrooms
Holland-Lake Macatawa(800) 447-2757 211 site(s)Campsites with 50 amp Service, Electrical Service, Modern Restrooms, Swimming
The shore of Lake Michigan provides a great area for swimming and a beautiful beach for sun bathing and sunsets.
While there is no access site within the park, access to Lake Macatawa and Lake Michigan is located one mile east of the park.
A boat launch is available one mile east of the park and provides access to Lake Macatawa and Lake Michigan through the channel. These waters offer the angler a wide variety of fishing opportunities. The pier along the north side of the channel provides an excellent place for shore fishing. Charter boat services are available in the area to take people out on Lake Michigan. Ice fishing is a popular activity during the winter months.