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To be in Holland, Michigan, is to experience authentic Dutch culture in the American Midwest, from dikes and canals, to tulip fields and even a windmill. The city sits on the Lake Michigan shoreline and surrounds Lake Macatawa in southern Ottawa County.
Another Dutch tradition mirrored in Holland, Michigan is its bike friendliness. There are miles and miles of off-road multiuse facilities crisscrossing the city and reaching out into the wider region. The network seamlessly connects neighborhoods to each other as well as to parks and commercial areas. Some of the most scenic rides you can take run along the lake shore and link to charming harbor towns and villages. Everywhere you turn, there’s a postcard perfect scene. Visit in May to see the tulips at their peak during the annual Tulip Festival.
There is parking, restrooms and water available and most of the parks in the Holland Metro area. The parks are the best places to access the trails.
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