The Tulip Time Festival in Holland, Michigan, began in 1929 to celebrate Holland's Dutch culture and heritage. Imagine walking the streets of downtown Holland and seeing firsthand over 4.5 million tulips. The fun continues with parades, Dutch dance performances, a performance by legendary country music artist Vince Gill, local art, cultural entertainment including Walt Matzke's Four Pianos, the Panning family's Fiddle Fire, New Odyssey dinner shows,the Dutch marketplace, fireworks, art & craft fair, and so more! The Tulip Time Festival is consistently named as one of the Top 100 events in North America. Spend a day or a week enjoying the area and over 4.5 million tulips bursting forth ushering in the spring time. http://www.tuliptime.com. Don't miss out on the great fun and beautiful Tulips, make reservations now.
Michigan Flywheelers Museum is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of antique gas and steam engines and tractors. Join them on the second weekend of June for their annual swap meet and flea market where you will find one-of-a-kind treasures.
Annual festival celebrating maritime history in South Haven! Harborfest features concerts, dragon boat races, kids events, arts & crafts, beer tent, and many other fun events! See the website for details: http://www.southhavenharborfest.com/
Enjoy live music and sampling award-winning wines from 19 different wineries along the Lake Michigan Shore Wine trail all hosted in one awesome location on Weko Beach. Tickets on sale now, check out the website for more details.
Blueberries, Blueberries, and more Blueberries, they are everywhere at this incredible annual festival. If you love blueberries then make your way up to South Haven for this incredible fun packed weekend of crafts, activities, music, sidewalk sales and fresh blueberries. And don't forget, we have blueberries on the KOA property! That's right, we are the only KOA with an active blueberry farm right onsite. We also offer our famous blueberry pancakes all summer long during blueberry season on Sunday mornings.
Every year the Michigan Flywheelers host the annual Antique Engine and Tractor show drawing in hundreds of collectors from all over the country. The show also has a working shingle and saw mill display, exhibits like the Farm History building and of course a parade, crafts and a great flea market.