The Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department is a National offers extensive recreation programming, well used and maintained facilities, beautiful parks, and a great trail system including:

  • 66 developed parks, totaling over 1,700 acres                
  • 170.5-mile
  • network of city, state, and regional trails
  • 58 city and school parks
  • 7 special use facilities
  • 9 playfields
  • 3 public beaches 

  Parks and Recreation mission statement written over wooded scene.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plymouth Parks & Recreation Is Nationally Accredited (PDF)  by the National Recreation and Parks Association. We offer opportunities for the community in many different areas including:

  • Recreation
  • Volunteer Services
  • Parks and Forestry
  • Plymouth Ice Center (PIC)
  • Plymouth Creek Center (PCC)
  • Plymouth FieldhouseCAPRA Logo
               

Plymouth Parks & Recreation NRPA Accreditation (PDF)  

Parks & Recreation Benefits (PDF)   

2018 Annual Report

 

 

 

Tobacco Free YouthTobacco Use Policy
The City of Plymouth has adopted a tobacco-free policy for parks and recreation facilities. To help promote healthy lifestyles and set a good example for the community's youth, the city asks for your voluntary compliance. Tobacco and electronic tobacco products are not allowed in the following city-owned areas except within the confines of a vehicle that is in a designated parking space:

  • Park land;
  • Parks and Recreation facilities; 
  • Open space; and 
  • Joint city/school district properties.

 

Contact Us

Parks and Recreation: 763-509-5200
recreation@plymouthmn.gov
Weather Line: 763-509-5205