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Area Overview

Plymouth offers a beautiful historic downtown full of antique and specialty stores, including an Art Center, brewery, art boutique, an independent book store and two clothing stores. Our downtown has 25 murals painted on the sides of buildings that highlight Plymouth's past. Just minutes away from Road America racetrack, the Kettle Moraine State Forest and more. Large outdoor aquatic center located in Plymouth City Park (across from a mini golf course and batting cages). Bike trails throughout the city and county.

Quaint rural community of approx. 8000 population. We have a strong economy in our area with many destination attractions for adults. Very affordable housing and exemplary school system. Many churches are represented in the area and we offer a nice variety of shopping and dining options. We are fortunate to have a thriving arts center, providing performing arts and visual arts.

Things to Do

Recreation & Fitness













We are right next to the Kettle Moraine Forest with many hiking opportunities. We have a walking/running/biking trail that goes from our area to Lake Michigan. There are areas for cross country skiing and snow shoeing and even a downhill ski/snowboarding hill. We have an aquatic center in our city park as well as a bandshell that hosts summer concerts every week.

Cultural Activities





There are many events at our arts center and a municipal band. We have a wonderful multigenerational center that has activities from children up to housing our senior center. They offer educational programs, exercise classes, dining and hobbies. We have a historical society that provides learning opportunities for all ages, as well as 24 historically significant murals painted all throughout our downtown area.

Attractions






We are right next to the Kettle Moraine Forest with many hiking opportunities. We have a walking/running/biking trail that goes from our area to Lake Michigan. There are areas for cross country skiing and snow shoeing and even a downhill ski/snowboarding hill. We have an aquatic center in our city park as well as a bandshell that hosts summer concerts every week.

Transportation



No public transportation in our community

Climate

Monthly Temperatures / Rainfall


 Month  Low  Avg  High  Rain
 January  11.0  19.0  27.0  1.5 "
 February  14.0  22.5  31.0  1.4 "
 March  23.0  32.0  41.0  2.0 "
 April  35.0  45.0  55.0  3.5 "
 May  45.0  55.5  66.0  3.9 "
 June  55.0  65.5  76.0  4.0 "
 July  61.0  71.0  81.0  3.6 "
 August  59.0  69.0  79.0  4.1 "
 September  50.0  60.5  71.0  3.5 "
 October  39.0  48.5  58.0  2.9 "
 November  28.0  36.0  44.0  2.8 "
 December  16.0  23.5  31.0  1.8 "

Best Time To Go:

Summer and fall.

Plymouth has a wonderful variety of all seasons. Our winters are cold and snowy, our springs are beautiful, colorful and temperamental. The summer couldn't be better. Highs can get to the 90's but mostly it's beautiful high 70's and 80's. Our falls are the best. Because of the landscape our region, the colors of the trees are glorious. Temps are typically in the 40-50's.

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