Tourism in Holly Michigan VillageHolly Michigan Village is a small beautiful village in the north of Oakland County, which is located in Michigan. The small village can pride itself with strong, thematic tourism centered on skiing and renaissance fairs.
Holly, Michigan is host to the Annual Holly Dickens Festival and to the Michigan Renaissance Festival. A useful tourism ad for this village is the fact that in 2009 it was the main shooting scene for the movie 'All’s Faire in Love', a famous film about two rival medieval towns which compete for supremacy in the renaissance world.
Holly is home to the largest ski and snowboarding resort in the southeastern part of Michigan. The resort located at Mount Holly has 19 trails with different levels of difficulty and a high-speed chairlift. Holly is also a great place to live and work. The residents can pride themselves with 5 elementary schools and a university campus. Holly is also located within 5 miles of two main state parks. The village is also visited for its six lakes and sporting facilities. Holly is a great place to breath fresh air, do a little skiing and then relax with a trip through the national parks nearby.
Because it is a small village, hotels and hostels are mostly cheap and easy to access. Visitors can find out a lot about the village’s past. For example, Holly was the site of the first rail junction in the country which happened in 1860. The main street of the village, Broad Street, is full of history since it is full of old hotels and old businesses. When the car became popular in the US, all the big car manufacturers had shops on Broad Street, in Holly, Michigan. Today, Holly is a nice place to enjoy a quiet time with family and friends away from the busy and loud city lives.
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