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Parks in Holly, Michigan

The village of Holly is located in Michigan and has plenty of benefits when choosing a vacation area. Holly would be a very relaxing community to vacation in, but still have plenty to do because of their six parks. Crapo Park is located right in the Historic District; it is only two acres, but it contains very old trees that are beautiful to the sight as well as hosting events all through the summer, such as the Carry Nation Festival. Other facilities that are available are a bandshell, picnic areas with tables, grills, and benches, portable toilets, and play areas for children. Cyclone Park can be found in the middle of a neighborhood and is quite a bit bigger, reaching ten acres. This park is more on the athletic side and its main attractions consist of baseball and softball fields, soccer fields, and a gravel parking area. Then there is Ganshaw Park which is two and half acres and offers seating to look at Bevin's Lake. This area is preserved for wildlife and attracts birds of all types to the shore of the lake. At this park you can find a handicap accessible gazebo, picnic areas with tables and grills, and a flagpole. At Lakeside Park, the five acres at Bush Lake, you can swim. This park is also known for its picnics and offers shelters where this can be done. There is also a basketball court, play areas for children, exercise and walking trails, restrooms, water fountains, and a boat launch. Morris Fein Property is three acres and has access to Stiffs Mill Pond. At this park you can find a range of indigenous and exotic trees as well as the arboretum which provides a forest setting and attracts wildlife; this park also offers hiking opportunities. Lastly, we have Waterworks Park and is the largest park having fifteen acres of land at the southern entrance to the village. This park is the most historic having wells inside that date back to the mid 1800s and telegraph poles as well. At Waterworks you can also go canoeing and kayaking on the Shiawassee River or simply have a picnic; toilers and small parking area is also provided.

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