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COVID-19 Event Cancellations
To promote social distancing and reduce the frequency of large gatherings, a variety of recreation activities and events have been canceled or postponed. View the most up-to-date information: plymouthmn.gov/coronavirus

Virtual Recreation: While in-person programs are on hold, the Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department offers other ways for the community to stay engaged – virtual recreation programs. Visit the Connect to Rec webpage to view the available opportunities.


Calendar of Events

Special events bring the community together. The Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department holds a variety of community events throughout the year, including concerts, theater, water ski shows, parades, performances and more. View a list of 2020 Special Events (PDF).

Fire & Ice

Update: Due to this week's extreme cold temperatures and minimal snow, the sledding hill will be unavailable this year. All other Fire & Ice activities will be held as scheduled, weather permitting.


Children dancing along with music on the frozen lake during Plymouth's Fire & IcePlymouth’s annual winter festival, the 30th-annual Fire & Ice festival is set for 3-7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2 at Parkers Lake Park, off County Road 6 and Niagara Lane.

Activities and Events
Bring the family for these fun activities and events on the ice. All are weather permitting.

  • Recycling bin races
  • Youth ice fishing contest
  • Hayrides
  • Pony and sled-dog rides
  • Miniature golf on the ice
  • Snow bowling
  • Box hockey
  • Recreational ice skating
  • Snowshoeing
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Curling
    (Featuring Plymouth resident and 2010 Olympic curler John Benton)
  • Kidsdance DJ
  • Magician
  • Fire dancers and fireworks

Download the event schedule (PDF)

To combat the cold, attendees can warm up at a bonfire with s’mores and hot chocolate, while supplies last, sponsored by Step by Step Montessori. Food trucks will also be on site. The finale of the event – fireworks sponsored by the Plymouth Civic League – will begin around 6:30 p.m.

Cardboard Sled Contest
The Cardboard Sled Contest returns to Fire & Ice for the second year, set for 4 p.m. on the Showmobile Stage. View the contest rules, age categories and prizes: Read more.

Free Shuttle Service
Free shuttles to and from the event will run from 3:30-7:30 p.m. at the following locations:

  • Oakwood Playfield, 1700 County Road 101
  • Parkers Lake Baptist Church, 14720 County Road 6

More Information
Fire & Ice is free, aside from food trucks, and open to the public. The event is sponsored by the City of Plymouth, Abbott Northwestern-WestHealth, TCF Bank, Hy-Vee, CCX Media and the Plymouth Civic League.

For weather concerns, call the weather line at 763-509-5205.

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