By Kyle Moroney | firstname.lastname@example.org Kyle Moroney covers suburban schools and general assignments for MLive/Grand Rapids Press. November 30, 2014 at 6:45 PM, updated November 30, 2014 at 8:21 PM Reprinted with permission of Kyle Moroney.
Tulips in full bloom, a parade and sunshine draw big crowds to Holland’s Tulip Time Festival Wednesday.( Mark Copier | MLive.com )
HOLLAND, MI — From a rainbow of tulips that pop up each spring to the shores of nearby Lake Michigan, Holland is among one of the country’s most beautiful small towns, according to a recent report.
“Even long after the tulips are gone, though, there’s plenty to love about a Michigan summer,” Impulcity’s Matt Teaford writes about Holland amid pictures of the town’s famous colorful tulips and the “Big Red” Lighthouse on Lake Michigan. “A stroll down the beach, taking in the lake and Holland’s historic lighthouse is sheer bliss, and they even have their own craft brewery. It’s no wonder why Holland is also one of Michigan’s most-visited tourists locations, too.”