Yes. Pets must be leashed and owners must clean up any feces left by their pets. Plymouth's dog parks provide off-leash areas for dogs.
How can I make a parks and forestry suggestion or complaint?
To make a complaint or suggestion about parks and forestry, please call Parks & Forestry at 763-509-5940.
How can I purchase a memorial for a park?
Thank you for your interest in donating or purchasing a memorial to install in on of our parks. Some past examples include; park benches, bicycle racks, picnic tables, public art, monuments, drinking fountains, flags, trees, and other types of park elements. The first step is to complete a Donation & Memorial Application Form and return to the Parks & Recreation Department. Staff will review the application and notify you within 10 business days of their decision.
For any specific questions, please contact Forester Paul Buck at 763-509-5944 or email@example.com.
How do I reserve a picnic shelter or park building?
We have several options of sites for you to reserve for your next event. The Parkers Lake Park Building and Bass Lake Park Building are available year-round and are able to be reserved 90 days in advance. The Parkers Lake North Picnic Shelter, East Medicine Lake Park Shelter, and West Medicine Lake Park Shelters 1 & 2 are available April 1 - September 30 and are able to be reserved starting January 1 of the same year as your event.
Call Parks and Recreation at 763-509-5223 for more information on how to reserve a playfield.
Is alcohol allowed in the parks?
No. Alcohol is prohibited.
What are the hours for Plymouth parks?
All public parks with the exception of community playfields will close at 10 p.m. each day and shall remain closed until 6 a.m. the next day. Community playfields will close at 10:30 p.m.
What kinds of parks and trails does Plymouth have?
Plymouth has four types of parks: city parks; neighborhood parks; community playfields; and special use parks.
City parks have an extensive trail system, children's playgrounds, nature areas, and special features including beaches or pavilions. Playfields have softball, baseball and soccer fields; hockey rinks; tennis courts; walking paths; and shelter buildings. Neighborhood parks generally have a children's playground, benches, open areas, and small picnic shelters.
Plymouth's trail system consists of several types of trails. These include asphalt paths that are separate from the roadway, striped lanes along the roadway, or specially marked trails which share a roadway.