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Ottawa County, Michigan




 

Ottawa County, Michigan

Ottawa County, Michigan

Ottawa County was named after the Ottawa Indian tribe who lived along the banks of the Grand River. One of the first settlers was Rix Robinson. He lived with his Indian wife on the Grand River and managed fur trading operations from Kalamazoo to the Grand Traverse Bay.

Ottawa County has 30 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline and this makes it a popular destination for visitors. Grand Haven has a long boardwalk and large marina and a Musical Fountain. Holland has the third most attended festival in the nation - the Tulip Festival. Spring Lake has magnetic mineral springs and is a great place to swim.

Inland you will find some of the richest farmland anywhere in Michigan, with specialty crops such as blueberries. Make no mistake about it: there’s plenty to do in Ottawa County! Be sure to make it a part of your vacation!



 

Ottawa County, Michigan     Ottawa County, Michigan

Ottawa County, Michigan     Ottawa County, Michigan

Ottawa County, Michigan     Ottawa County, Michigan

Ottawa County, Michigan     Ottawa County, Michigan

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