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Parks and RecreationThe Plymouth Township  Park is located at McClumpha Road and Ann Arbor Trail and consists of 80 acres.

Address and maps
for Township Park and Lake Pointe Soccer Park

Park Reservation Information

Plymouth Township Community Park, Recreation,
Open Space and Greenway Plan

 

BEFORE YOU PLAN YOUR FIELD TRIP
CLICK HERE
TO VIEW THE BUS POLICY FOR
PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP PARKS

The Plymouth Township Parks and Recreation Department oversees the maintenance and day-to-day activities at Plymouth Township Park. Township Park, located at 46640 Ann Arbor Trail just east of Beck road, consists of 80 acres. The park offers three sheltered gathering places, walking paths, children’s PlayScape area, fishing pond and dock, local youth baseball plays on four baseball diamonds, and sledding during the winter months. The park is adjacent to an 18-hole golf course, owned by the Township. Photo of Peter Rockwell, son of the famous artist Norman RockwellThe Township has also built a dock to enable handicapped access to the pond. The SprayScape water feature, designed and created in cooperation with the youth of the community, opened in 2003 and has been a popular attraction with local families. While you are at the Park take note of the Rockwell Sculptures located adjacent to the SprayScape. Peter Rockwell, (in photo) son of the famous artist Norman Rockwell, spent the spring of 1986 at the park holding classes and sculpting the “friendly monsters”. This effort was funded through donations and pledges from local families and businesses.
 

 

Friendly Monster dragon sculpture.
"Friendly Monster" dragon sculpture
 

Sculptures at Township Pak.
Sculptures at Township Park
 

More sculptures at Township Park.
More sculptures at Township Park

Rules and Regulations
2014 Township Park Rules and Regulations

2014 Lake Pointe Soccer Park Rules and Regulations

Specific Park Fines

Hours of Operation - Plymouth Township Park

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  January 10:00 am 5:30 pm  
  February 10:30 am 6:00 pm  
  March 10:30 am 6:30 pm  
  April 8:00 am 8:30 pm  
  May 8:00 am *9:00 pm  
  June 8:00 am *9:30 pm  
  July 8:00 am *9:30 pm  
  August 8:00 am *9:00 pm  
  September 8:00 am 8:00 pm  
  October 10:30 am 6:30 pm  
  November 10:00 am 5:30 pm  
  December 10:00 am 5:30 pm  
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*Park hours will be extended to 10:00 pm for Little League games.

** Dogs are not allowed at Township Park.

Winter Fun

Winter sledding fun at Plymouth Township Park.Did you get a new sled this year? Do you enjoy being outdoors during the winter months? Then grab your sled and head on over to Plymouth Township Park for some Winter fun!  During the Winter season the Park offers sledding depending on the weather. 

Additional Parks

Miller Family ParkAlthough the Township Park is the largest park, we have completed construction on the Lake Pointe Soccer Park located on Haggerty Road between Five Mile and Schoolcraft Roads. This premier soccer park houses two irrigated soccer fields, a shelter available for reservation and a playground area. For those of you in the Lake Pointe and Robinson Subdivision areas we have smaller, neighborhood walk-in parks; Brentwood Park, located on Brentwood Drive in the Lake Pointe Subdivision and Miller Family park, located on Ann Arbor Trail in the Robinson Subdivision. They have large play areas including swings and lawn areas.

Park Reservations

Plymouth Township Park Pavilion  

Click here for photos of available shelters

 2014 PARK RESERVATION SEASON INFORMATION

PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP RESIDENT GROUPS
 
Reservations will be taken in person on a first-come, first-serve basis at the Division of
     Public Services, 9955 N. Haggerty Road during regular business hours (8:00 am to
     4:30 pm, M-F).

  The first day for resident groups to reserve for 2014 will be Tuesday, January 21, 2014
     beginning at 8:00 am.

  Reservations will be taken for Shelter 1, Shelter 2 and the Pavilion at Plymouth Township
     Park and the Lake Pointe Soccer Park Shelter.

  Reservations can only be secured after an application has been filed and appropriate fees
     paid. Payment may be made by cash, check or money order made payable to the
     “Charter Township of Plymouth.” Credit cards are NOT accepted.

Any group (resident or non-resident) that functions under a tax I.D number must provide a general liability insurance policy and signed waiver forms for their use of a shelter which is due not less than two (2) weeks prior to your reservation date. If you are reserving for a date less than two (2) weeks in advance you must present the required policy and required signed waiver forms at the time of reservation. Please review the Rules and Regulations for important information about this requirement. You may print a copy of the requirements by clicking here.

  Please note that the registration fees have increased for some groups. The 2013 fee schedule is shown below.


NON-RESIDENT GROUPS
 
The first day for non-resident groups to reserve for 2014 will be Monday, April 7, 2014
     beginning at 8:00 am.


*A Plymouth Township Resident Group is defined as follows:
a Plymouth Township corporation, firm, partnership, or other legally registered (state) group with a tax I.D. in Plymouth Township; an individual resident of Plymouth Township who is sponsoring a family outing (defined as blood relative); Plymouth Township churches, private schools, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Little League; Plymouth-Canton School groups, a formally organized homeowners organization or a non-profit Plymouth community group such as Kiwanis, Rotary, Lions Club, etc. that may meet in the Plymouth community.

**A Non-Resident Group is defined as follows:
any group, company or individual which does not meet the Plymouth Township resident group requirements. Any company or group not located in the Township shall be considered a non-resident even though an employee resides in the community. Misrepresentation will result in forfeit of your future utilization for park reservations for the group or company. This includes City of Plymouth Residents and Businesses.

Plymouth Township Reservation Fee Schedule - 2014

Shelter and Pavilion Registration

SESSION I
P
ark open – 3:00 pm
SESSION II
4:00 pm – hr before
park close
 FULL DAY
Park open – hr before park close
Plymouth Township Resident Groups $100.00 $100.00 $200.00
Reduced Fee for Resident Service Clubs, Schools, etc.  *
Monday thru Thursday (Non-holiday)
$25.00 $25.00 $50.00
Non-Resident Groups

(includes City of Plymouth Residents & Businesses
$200.00 $200.00 $400.00

 

Additional Fees

SESSION I
P
ark open – 3:00 pm
SESSION II
4:00 pm – hr before
park close
 FULL DAY
Park open – hr before park close
Use of Food Preparation Area – Pavilion Only** $25.00 $25.00 $50.00

 

Wedding Ceremony

Resident Non-Resident
(Does NOT include Shelter Reservation Fees) $40.00 $50.00

* Please contact the Division of Public Services to determine if reduced fees apply to your group outing.

** In 2010 we were able to perform several updates to the Pavilion at Plymouth Township Park including a food preparation area. The food preparation room in the Pavilion includes a countertop, sink and commercial refrigerator that will be available for use by those reserving the Pavilion and paying the additional fee.

For additional information please contact DPS at (734) 354-3270 ext. 4.

Maintenance of Parks

The Parks and Recreation Department performs and oversees the maintenance of all Township Parks and greenbelts owned by the Township. This includes mowing, landscaping, fertilizing, irrigation, painting, cleaning of the park and restroom areas and repairing and maintaining equipment at the Park.

General Supervision

The Parks and Recreation Department oversees day to day activities at Plymouth Township Park. Park personnel are available at Plymouth Township Park for the hours that the park is open daily.

Walking Paths

Plymouth Township Park Walking TrailsDo you know why you shouldn’t feed ducks and geese, how wetlands help the environment or how native plants help to support stream banks? As you walk along the pathways please take note of the interpretive signs that line them. These signs tell of the natural surroundings of the park including information on the creek, pond and wildlife that live and visit our Township Park.

Contacts

Susan Vignoe, Public Services Coordinator
(734) 354-3270 Ext. 4