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Plymouth, MI is a greatly desirable area. The city is comprised of both a fantastic downtown area as well as suburban neighborhoods; Downtown Plymouth surrounds Kellogg Park and is home to the oldest ice carving festival in North America and the second-largest art fair (Art in the Park).
Also, Plymouth is home to the Inn of St. Johns, fifty recreation programs and twelve public parks. Whether you are looking for downtown or outskirts Plymouth home, there is something for everyone! But don't take our word for it, take a look for yourself!
Plymouth Featured Neighborhoods
The Plymouth Community
Plymouth-Canton Public Schools
The Plymouth Michigan school district, frequently referred to as Plymouth-Canton Community Schools (P-CCS), serves the majority of homes for sale in Plymouth. These include four high schools, five middle schools, and fifteen elementary schools. There are also two alternative schools available as well.
Plymouth-Canton is routinely recognized as one of the top districts in the United States by U.S. News with 41% of high school students attending advanced placement courses. More information on Plymouth-Canton Schools can be found by clicking here.
The Fifteen Plymouth-Canton Community Elementary Schools serving Canton:
The five Plymouth-Canton Community Middle Schools serving Canton are:
- Central Middle School
- Discovery Middle School
- East Middle School
- Pioneer Middle School
- West Middle School
Three of the Plymouth-Canton Community High Schools are located in the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, conveniently located near available Plymouth real estate. Students are assigned to the three through random selection as all three serve the entire district. The Plymouth-Canton District High Schools are:
- Canton High School
- Plymouth High School
- Salem High School
- Starweather Alternative High School (not located in the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park)
Plymouth Charter Schools
- Plymouth Scholars
- 48484 N. Territorial Road
Plymouth Business & Industry
Plymouth's numerous industrial parks are filled with major corporate research facilities and industrial entities from the worlds leading companies like Isuzu, Johnson Controls, Bosch, Tower Automotive, TRAM, Freudenberg NOK, BREMBO, Humanetics Innovation Solutions, Aunt Millie’s Plymouth Bakery and Poof Corporation that manufactures every child’s favorite toy “the Slinky.”
The high-quality workforce attracted by the numerous research and technology opportunities creates a tremendous market for retail and services in the community and creates a base of residents with higher than average per capita incomes and higher levels of education.
The Michigan Life Science Business Incubator
The Michigan Life Science and Innovation Center is a collaboration of public and private resources designed to connect well-funded experienced entrepreneurs with business accelerator organizations and start-up life science companies.
The center is a 57,518 sq. ft. center with modern laboratories and office space and has already attracted 10 companies doing R&D to the center. The project is a collaboration of a private foundation, Ann Arbor SPARK, MEDC and the Wayne County Economic Development Corporation.
Plymouth Parks and Recreation
The Plymouth Community Recreation Department offers a wide variety of fantastic, community-focused activities, including:
- Youth Soccer
- Adult Slow Flow Yoga
- Awareness Through Movement
- Special Events
- Pilates Bodies
- Kung Fu
- Senior Exercise
- Senior Duplicate Bridge
- Senior Party Bridge
- Senior Woodcarving
- Yo-Yo/Juggling Summer Camp
- Banquet Hall Events
- Fundraising Events
- Little Ninjas Karate
- Bricks 4 Kidz Classes and Camps
- Snowman Photo Contest
- Daddy Daughter Dances
- Belly Dancing Classes
- Annual Golf Outing
- Engineering For Kids Classes and Camps
Plymouth Golf Courses
Plymouth enjoys its share of top-notch golf courses including:
- Fox Hills - 63 holes of golf on 3 courses and two full driving ranges.
- Brae Burn Golf Course - 18 hole home of "The Monster" the longest par-5 hole in the state.
- Hilltop Golf Course - 18-hole, par-70 course with a practice facility with putting and chipping greens.
- St. Johns Golf - 27 holes of resort-style golf with a Carl's Golfland onsite and a year-round practice range.
Plymouth Township Park is an 80-acre gem with four baseball diamonds, walking paths, playgrounds, a fishing pond, and great sledding hills. The park also features a "Sprayscape" for fun during the warmer months.
Hines Park, the 15-mile long park that spans multiple Wayne county communities, also runs through a portion of Plymouth bringing with it a variety of hiking, biking, boating, fishing and baseball, and softball opportunities.
The community also offers upwards of 12 neighborhood parks scattered throughout the available Plymouth real estate.
For more on the available Plymouth parks!
Miracle League of Plymouth
With a mission of "every child deserves to play baseball" Plymouth is one of 225 locations nationwide with a special constructed sports field to allow children and individuals with a variety of physical and mental challenges the opportunity to play baseball.
A soccer program open to children from 5 to 19 with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and other physical, mental or developmental challenges including children who need the assistance of walkers or wheelchairs.
Plymouth Community Ice Arena
- 5ive Restaurant - 44045 Five Mile Road. Phone: 734-357-5700
- Penn Station - 4431 Ann Arbor Road. Phone: 734-459-2500
- The Courthouse Grille - 41661 Plymouth Road. Phone: 734-453-2002
- Plymouth ROC - 1020 Ann Arbor Road. Phone: 734-459-4190
- Dickeys Barbecue Pit - 44741 Five Mile Road. Phone: 248-246-7211
- Red Olive Restaurant - 1051 West Ann Arbor Road. Phone: 734-979-0990
- Hermann's Olde Towne Grill - 195 W. Liberty Street. Phone: 734-451-1213
- Rusty Bucket Corner Tavern - 15400 Sheldon. Phone: 734-254-9699
- Karl's Cabin - 6005 Gotfredson. Phone: 734-455-8450
- Three Brother's Restaurant - 8825 General Drive. Phone: 734-416-3393
- La Bistecca Italian Grille - 39405 Plymouth Road. Phone: 734-254-0400
- Zack's of Plymouth - 9468 South Main Street. Phone: 734-459-2066
For additional restaurants in Downtown Plymouth - Read More Here.
Penniman Bed & Breakfast
Inn At St John's
Red Roof Inn Detroit
Downtown Plymouth has served as the center of commerce and social gathering for the City of Plymouth since it was founded in 1825. Birthplace of the Daisy BB Gun and home of the first female judge in MI, Downtown Plymouth is rich with heritage and beauty. Today the downtown is best known as having one of the most beautiful, vibrant, walkable & active downtown's in the state. With a plethora of shopping, dining and entertainment choices for all ages.
Plymouth Family Fun & Area Special Events
- Good Morning USA Parade
- Art in the Park
- Bumpers, Bikes, and Bands
- Concours d'Elegance
- Sidewalk/Outdoor Sales
- Chili Cook-Off
- Pumpkin Palooza
- Wicked Halloween Run
- Old Village Halloween Block Party
- Riverside Cemetery Walk
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