5 Ways to Celebrate Spring in Holly
The sun is out, the snow is gone, and the days are still getting longer. It’s a great time to live in Michigan, and we want to help you make the most of this beautiful weather! Over the next few weeks, we’re going to share our favorite outdoor activities near every HomeFirstTM Certified Community.
Springrove is just miles from DTE Energy Music Theatre, one of Michigan’s premier outdoor entertainment venues. Some of the biggest names in music will take center stage this year, including Luke Bryan, Lionel Richie and Backstreet Boys. Buy a general admission pass, bring a blanket, and find a cozy spot on the lawn. What better way to enjoy a beautiful spring evening?
Bike Around Town
Holly is one of the most natural cities in Oakland County. Ride a bike around town and take in the beauty of this splendid town. If you’re feel extra adventurous, head over to Fenton, just a few miles west. Biking is a great way to explore your area, cover a lot of ground quickly, and get great exercise.
Take a Dip
Holly is home to several lakes that are great for swimming, boating and fishing. While the waters are still heating up after this historically cold winter, soon enough they’ll be the go-to-spot when you need to cool down.
Visit Grand Blanc
If you’re looking for some fun outside Holly, travel a little north to Grand Blanc. There are some great shops and restaurants in this town, not to mention rich and beautiful history. Yelpers recommend Nuevo Vallarta, Oliver T’s and Da Edoardo North as go-to restaurants, but there are so many others from which to choose. Just take a walk around town and see for yourself.
Hang in Your Community
Sometimes the most fun is right in your backyard. That’s often the case in Springrove, where residents enjoy top-notch recreational facilities like our outdoor basketball court, volleyball court, neighborhood swimming pool, in-line roller hockey rink, playgrounds and sheltered picnic area. We know one thing for sure: you’ll never run out of things to do!For more information about Springrove, click here.