The city has 53 developed parks in its system, covering more than 1,200 acres. There are five city parks (360 acres), eight special use parks and facilities (100+ acres), nine playfields (235 acres) 35 neighborhood and school parks, (527 acres) and the Northwest Greenway as well as parks under renovation. The links below provide park locations, amenities and pictorial information on all Plymouth’s parks.
City parks are large facilities focused on natural amenities and providing an experience unique in the city. There are five city parks:
Community playfields primarily serve organized recreation. There are nine community playfields:
Neighborhood parks provide for park needs within a neighborhood, based on a ½ mile or less walking radius. There are over 28 neighborhood parks in Plymouth.
Park & Facility List
Special use parks are citywide parks and facilities with a specific focus. There are nine special use facilities/parks:
are citywide parks and facilities with a specific focus. There are nine special use facilities/parks:
Park Regulations & Safety Information
- Park Hours:
- Neighborhood Parks 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
- Playfields 7 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.
- City Parks 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.
- Our parks and facilities are alcohol and tobacco free.
- Pets must be leashed at all times. Owners must pick-up and dispose of pet feces.
- No golfing is allowed.
2030 Comprehensive Plan–Park & Trail System Plan (PDF)
Parks & Trails Map (PDF)