This is where it really gets fun.
Bike along woodland trails. Sign up for an art class. Go birdwatching with the grandkids. Explore our nation’s historic past. Our campus brims with opportunities that make each day more fulfilling.
Freedom to enjoy what you love.
Whether you choose an activity from the robust community calendar or do something on your own, there are plenty of ways to get to know your neighbors and stay as busy or relaxed as you like.
If you’re interested in a subject or a particular pastime but don’t see it on our calendar, let us know! Residents take an active role in our community, initiating and leading classes, clubs and committees.
There’s more to explore.
Regular community outings take you to neighborhood shops, dining and entertainment. You can satisfy your thirst for lifelong learning at nearby Hope College, through the Hope Academy of Senior Professionals (HASP), offering classes, lectures, study groups, and cultural and service events.
Our walkable neighborhood is in charming downtown Holland by the Macatawa River wetlands, a short stroll from locally owned boutiques, cafés and a vibrant art scene. You’re minutes from the fields, trails and tulips along Window on the Waterfront park, stunning nature preserves and Lake Michigan beaches.
- Group fitness
- Personal training classes
- Lifelong learning, including classes and lectures
- Arts and crafts instruction and woodworking projects
- Bridge club
- Community flower and vegetable garden
- Happy Hours, music nights and themed dinner parties
- Outings to local attractions
- 45+ interest groups including Audubon Club, Daughters of the American Revolution, and a strong veterans committee
- Energizing volunteer opportunities
Try them out:
- State-of-the-art fitness center
- Arts and crafts studio
- Woodworking shop
- Beautifully designed walking paths
- Game room
- Heated indoor pool
- Theater with baby grand piano
- General store
More to explore nearby:
- Downtown Holland
- Window on the Waterfront
- Locally owned boutiques, cafés, restaurants and breweries
- Farmers markets and tulip gardens
- Cultural attractions including symphony, art and film events
- Lifelong learning at Hope College
- Lake Macatawa, Windmill Island and Lake Michigan
- Waterfront Film Festival
- Holland Symphony Orchestra
- Old Dutch Village, 1761 De Zwaan Windmill
- Tulip Time Festival – the nation’s largest of its kind
- Health care at Holland Hospital and Zeeland Hospital
- Kruizenga Art Museum