Special Use Facilities
Plymouth has three dog parks. Read more.
3625 Fernbrook Lane (in Plymouth Creek Park)
Plymouth’s Skate Park is open daily from 9 a.m. to sunset. Admission is free. The Skate Park provides skateboarders and in-line skaters a variety of ramps and rails.
Nature Canyon Park
13919 45th Ave. N.
Nature Canyon has beautiful nature trails with a gorge, wildflowers and forest ecology.
14800 34th Ave.
Bocce ball is a great way to casually enjoy the outdoors and is popular among youth and seniors. The city’s courts are free to use and equipment is available for check-out at the Plymouth Creek Center front desk.
9755 36th Ave. N.
Combining tennis and ping-pong, Pickleball appeals to a variety of ages as a lifelong activity.
Canoe & Kayak Racks
Canoe and kayak racks are available for rental at Parkers Lake Beach, Pomerleau Lake, East Medicine Lake Beach, Mooney Lake, and West Medicine Lake Beach from May 1 through Oct. 15.
Registration for 2018 canoe and kayak racks opens Wednesday, April 4 for Plymouth residents and Wednesday, April 11 for non-residents.
Rack permits cost $52.56 for Plymouth residents and $74.01 for non-residents.
- Plymouth Creek Playfield, 3625 Fernbrook Ln.
- Map (PDF)
- Zachary Playfield, 4355 Zachary Ln.
- Map (PDF)
Tobacco Use Policy
The City of Plymouth has adopted a tobacco-free policy for parks and recreation facilities.
Life Time Fitness
3600 Plymouth Blvd.
The Plymouth Ice Center and Life Time Fitness complex is a first of a kind public-private collaboration. The City of Plymouth, Wayzata School District and Life Time Fitness joined forces to make this first-rate recreational facility a reality. Since Life Time Fitness opened in 1997, it has served as a model for several other communities in the state and throughout the nation.