The place is close to the town of Condon, population 343.
There are three campgrounds at Lake Holland – Bay Loop, Larch Loop, and a large group campsite.
There are about 40 spots in all and we were lucky to get one on Saturday around 4 PM.
It was a fun time, costing only $15 for the campsite and a bit more in food.
Holland Lake is very shallow in most spots, and the water is very clear.
Hiking up to the waterfall is as easy, 3.2 mile roundtrip hike.
You can see images of that from this 2015 post of mine.
If you want to go further, it’s 7 miles to Upper Holland Lake.
If you make the longer trip you’ll pass by the Sapphire Lakes as well as Pendant Lake.
The more adventurous might even want to tackle Holland Peak, elevation 9,356 feet.
That makes it the highest peak in the Swan Range.
Mostly we just stuck to the lake.
We found a geode with some crystals in it, and right in the lake! I also spotted a sunken fishing pole, which I might retrieve next time.
All in all, fun times and maybe you and your family want to head up there sometime too.