Nelis Dutch Village


Wholesome.  That’s the word that comes to mind when I think of Nelis Dutch Village.  My family enjoyed the experience at the Village because there was a nice mixture of rides, a petting zoo and a huge wooden shoe slide interspersed with cottages that offered a little bit of learning at every doorstep.  For example, in one building we learned about the Dutch cheese making process while in another, I was tested to find out if I was secretly a witch.  Luckily I passed the test with flying colors!  We also had the girls fitted for Dutch shoes and we took part in a klomping demonstration, which is wooden shoe dance lessons.  Nelis Dutch Village was pure, simple fun and the best part was that everything was included in the price of admission!


If you’re looking for a more personalized experience while at Nelis, be sure to book a guided tour. The tour guides will help you see everything at Nelis, including getting you to cooking lessons, the cottage shops, and all of the rides. The best part? The guide (who will be wearing an authentic Dutch costume) is FREE!


We did a lot of research for the show! Though we couldn’t visit every destination, we did want to show you what else we found.

OK, so maybe you won’t see a lot of Dutch influence at Craig’s Cruisers, but it looks like is a fun place to spend the day with the family! Featuring a huge go-kart track, tons of arcade games, great dining opportunities, as well as a challenging obstacle course and lazer tag, you won’t leave Craig’s disappointed! There are also group rates if you have a big family or perhaps extended family traveling all together.

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