Brochure titled Holland Resort and Industrial. Anno Domini MCMX or the year 1910. In the brochure it has sketches of the Holland Harbor and sites along Lake Macatawa. The brochure highlights The Castle, the Steamer Arundel of the Crawford Transportation Co. The brochure also highlights Jenison Park, mentioning the amusement park activities and amenities. Also mentioned is the fishing, Hotel Ottawa, As the brochure continues it has sketches of churches to represent every denomination and the Public School Building at the time.. It also contains sketches of the local banks; Holland City Bank, First State Bank and People's State Bank. Pages also include Jos. Brouwer, Dealer in Furniture and Carpets and Jos. Kole, Manufacturer and Dealer in Wagons, Carriages, Harness, Blankets, Farm Implements and Cream Separators. The brochure also has factories in the area, two include The Holland Shoe Factory and Holland Sugar Factory.
The Ottawa Beach Hotel (originally known as the Hotel Ottawa) was built by the West Michigan Park Association (a group organized in Grand Rapids in 1885) in the summer of 1886 on the north side of the channel, in Park Township, on a bluff. Across the channel, on the south side, was the rival Macatawa Park Hotel.
The Ottawa Beach Hotel burned to the ground on November 6, 1923.