The Tulip Time Festival in Holland, Michigan, began in 1929 to celebrate Holland's Dutch culture and heritage. Celebrating the 87th anniversary in 2016, the fun continues with millions of tulips, parades, Dutch dance performances, a performance by legendary comedian Bill Engvall, 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.
Don't forget this is Mother's Day weekend. Kids we will be making something special for mom, and on Sunday morning bring the family to the pancake breakfast and mom's get a FREE breakfast
Returning for the 3rd time is the Annual Senior PGA hosted by Kitchenaid. This event draws in thousands of golf lovers to watch the legendary "Greats" of golf for a week of tournament play. Make your reservations now to stay at the Covert/South Haven KOA, and be only a 20 min. drive from all the activities and fun.
It is Father's Day weekend and time once again for Harborfest in downtown South Haven, a festival celebrating Michigan's Maritime history. Join the festivities in downtown where you will find gourmet food vendors, dragon boat races, crafters and great live music along the river. This family friendly event is not to be missed. http://www.southhavenharborfest.com/home-page.html
Here at the South Haven KOA we will celebrate our Dad's! Kids will make a special gift for dad and make sure to bring the fishing poles. Dad's and their kids can join in our fishing contest. Sunday morning bring the family to the pancake breakfast and Dad's get a FREE pancake breakfast! We love our dad's and this is a great weekend to have some memorable family time making dad feel special.
What started out, as a clothesline art fair in 1962 with 50 local artists, has grown to an art fair with a national reputation. There will be over 200 jury-selected artists showing their work this year in the perfect mix of fine art and fine craft. Sunshine Artist Magazine consistently ranks the Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff in the top 200 fine art and design shows nationally.
Paw Paw Wine & Harvest Festival. Enjoy wine tasting, a craft fair, the annual grape stomp and more. http://www.wineandharvestfestival.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=91&Itemid=169
Michigan flywheelers antique engine and tractor show! If you love engines and tractors, then this is the coolest show around. http://www.michiganflywheelers.org/