Plymouth Parks and Recreation welcomes both residents and non-residents to participate in our extensive recreation programming. The Recreation Division offers year-round programs, classes, concerts, special events, trips, team sports, and sport instruction for youth, adults, and families.
In addition, special recreation programs are provided for seniors and people with disabilities. Those programs are offered in cooperation with Senior Community Services and Reach for Resources. Listings of recreation programs are included in the Plymouth Parks & Recreation & Guide. The guide is mailed to all residents three times a year; in February, July, and November. The Recreation Division also serves as the headquarters for the City of Plymouth’s extensive
Create your registration account online. Once created, you will receive a confirmation email within 2 business days activating your account. Once approved, log in and register online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Pay with VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. For any questions, email or call the Parks and Recreation office at 763-509-5200. Class transfer requests and withdrawal/refund requests must be made no less than one full week prior to the first class, unless otherwise noted in the Activity Guide. A $5 service fee is retained on each withdrawal/refund request, unless otherwise noted in the Activity Guide.
Submit the registration form (PDF) to the Parks and Recreation office.
3400 Plymouth Blvd., Plymouth, MN 55447
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
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In the event of inclement weather, recreation activities, programs, and events may be canceled. To check for cancellations, call the Plymouth Parks and Recreation weather hotline.
Weather Hotline: 763-509-5205Recreation programs held in a school will be canceled if that school closes. Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department does not post weather information for independent youth athletic associations. Parents must contact the individual association for its rain-out procedures.