Nearby Community Attractions
Located in desirable Laketown Township, just outside of Holland city limits, West Wind Village
is a distinct and cutting-edge community not far from Lake Michigan.
Located on the corner of 147th & Lugers/61st Street
If you're not already a local resident, we guarantee that you'll fall in love with Holland
and everything West Michigan has to offer quickly!
Beautiful downtown Holland has a variety of shops, restaurants, and craft breweries. A thriving community hub, it plays host to many events and festivals during the year including the annual Tulip Time Festival held in May.
(4 miles/ 11 minutes)
A great place to pick-up weekly produce! The Market is a thriving hub in the summer months with more than 75 vendors offering everything you need to make easy, affordable, and healthy meals for your family. You’ll also find several stands with fresh-cut flowers and plants. Weekly events at the Market include activities for kids on Wednesdays and Chef Series on Saturdays.
Hope College and the surrounding city have grown up together. Like an old friend, Hope has always opened its doors in warm welcome for the Holland community. Come for a visit, attend a lecture, take advantage of our facilities and get involved on campus.
Evergreen Commons is a community benefit membership organization offering programs and services for adults age 50+. Services include group and individual fitness, coffee shop, dining hall, library, therapy pool and hot tub, art studio, and a variety of educational programs.
(3 miles/ 7 minutes)
Holland Community Aquatic Center is located adjacent to Holland Hospital. It features a competition pool, therapy pool, and fitness center. The highlight is the Splash Zone. This leisure pool is the perfect place to bring kids or grandkids and enjoy the triple spiral water slide, play structure, water cannons, and a 12 ft spa.
(2.5 miles/ 7 minutes)
Stroll through one of Holland’s many green spaces. Kollen Park has a nicely renovated playground and a paved walkway alongside Lake Macatawa. Adjacent to Boatwerks, a full-service restaurant with seasonal outdoor seating.
(3 miles/ 7 minutes)
Visit the sandy shores of Lake Michigan at Laketown Beach. A dune stairway leads you down to a small public beach. The perfect place to enjoy a day in the summer and watch the sunset year-round.
(5.5 miles/ 9 minutes)
Come enjoy everything Lake Macatawa has to offer! Watch the sun go down over the channel to Lake Michigan, go jump in the pool, join the varied social events, or get involved in sailing programs.
(4 miles/ 8 minutes)
Local chain supermarket with a great selection of fresh produce, deli and bakery, and a pharmacy.
(2 miles/ 4 minutes)
A local favorite! This bakery and restaurant is a Holland institution, owned and operated by the DeBoer family. Breakfast and lunch available M-F, breakfast only on the weekends.
(5 miles/ 12 minutes)
Founded in 1917, Holland Hospital consistently ranks among the Top 50 Hospitals in America as determined by Healthgrades. Recent upgrades to the orthopedic, spine and neurosurgery units established a reputation for progressive, top-notch care.
(2.5 miles/ 6 minutes)
Quaint small town with many art galleries and restaurants. Saugatuck/Douglas is an extremely popular summer destination for tourists and locals alike. Stroll the boardwalk along the Kalamazoo River channel or take the chain ferry across to Mt. Baldhead.
(10 miles/ 15 minutes)
Trend-setting beer, food, art and music scenes. A wonderland of outdoor recreation and family fun. Easy to get to, easy to get around in, easy to afford. No wonder Expedia calls Grand Rapids, Michigan one of America’s Super Cool Cities.
(33 miles/ 35 minutes)
Recently renovated airport with direct flights to many Midwest cities and connections for longer distance trips.
(40 miles/ 45 minutes)