Some Area Info: Sparsely populated with approximately 629 residents, locals joke that there are likely more cows in Holland than there are people. With an area of 38.2 square miles, Holland is the highest elevated town in Orleans County at 1405’ above sea level. Holland lies on the United States and Canada international boundary line.
Attractions and Recreation: Bill Sladyk Wildlife Management Area is 9,493 acres and within the towns of Holland, Norton, Warners Grant and Warren Gore. This area is open to the public for hunting, fishing hiking and wildlife watching. There are also a couple of camp sites for those who enjoy primitive camping. Holland Pond is a 334 acre lake with some camps along the western shore; this lake is great spot for kayaking and fishing. Holland has many miles of VAST trails and with some of the larger numbers of snowfall, some of the best trails can be found in this corner of Vermont.
Enjoy some of the best the Northeast Kingdom has to offer: Camping, fishing, hunting, boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, horseback riding, hiking, biking, shopping, walking, golfing, snowmobiling, skiing, snowshoeing or just plan relaxing and enjoying the four seasons.
Pre K - 6: Holland Elementary School
7 – 8: North Country Union Junior High School
High School: North Country Union High School
Holland Town Website