Plymouth’s lakes and rolling terrain provide a picturesque backdrop for one of the nation’s premier park systems. It includes 174 miles of city, state and regional trails and 1,855 acres of park land.
The City of Plymouth is committed to providing high-quality parks, trails and open areas that offer a balance of active and passive recreational opportunities.
View information about snow removal on sidewalks and trails in Plymouth.
A variety of features make up Plymouth's nationally accredited parks and recreation system.
Some of these include:
- Community parks
- Natural areas and open spaces
- Neighborhood parks
- Special-use parks and facilities
- Northwest Greenway
Plymouth Park Finder
View a list of parks in Plymouth. The city works to ensure that the park system continues to offer quality amenities, which means that parks are often under construction or renovation.
To find out what development or updates are happening in Plymouth parks, view the parks in progress page.
Park Hours and Regulations
Plymouth parks and facilities are alcohol and tobacco free. No golfing is allowed, unless inside a designated golf area.
Pets must be leashed at all times (except inside a dog park). Owners must pick up and dispose of pet waste.
|Neighborhood Parks||6 a.m. to 10 p.m.|
|Playfields||6 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.|
|Special Use Parks||Varies by location|
Special Use Parks & Facilities
The city's six special use parks and facilities are large facilities that feature natural settings, unique amenities or offer a specialized focus.
- Hilde Performance Center
- Millennium Garden
- Nature Canyon Park
- Plymouth Creek Center (PCC)
- Plymouth Dog Parks
- Plymouth Ice Center (PIC)
2040 Comp Plan
The city updates its vision for future growth and development every 10 years. The Parks, Trails, Open Space & Recreation Plan is available in Chapter 7 of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan.