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Adult Recreation in Plymouth, WI

Our community is an active one and offers many recreation opportunities for adults.

Fitness Options

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Community Fitness Center

Supervised fitness center located in the lower level of Plymouth High School, featuring free weights and various exercise machines

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Community Ed & Rec

Various recreational opportunities, including many fitness and aquatic classes, and hallwalking at Plymouth High School

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Generations Intergenerational Center

Various recreational opportunities, including many fitness classes, a walking path, a Vita Course and pickleball courts

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Recreation

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Biking

Plymouth Recreational Trail is a dedicated trail winding throughout the city, following along city streets and city-paved routes. Connects to The Old Plank Road Trail.

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Frisbee Golf

The city maintains an 18-hole Frisbee-golf course at Meyer Park. The course features woods, a river and a variety of long shots.

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Evergreen Golf Course

Golf

9-hole short course and driving range. Open to the public, open tee times, club rental, pull carts and golf carts. Open daily April through October.

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Ropes Course

High elements include two climbing walls, pamper pole, zipline, vertical jungle gym, cargo-net, catwalk, and floating islands. Low elements include criss-cross, triangle traverse, commitment bridge, and tension traverse.

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Tennis

The city maintains two tennis courts at Bade-Utility Park. The courts are open on a firstcome, first-served basis and are lit at night.

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Vita Course

Located on the grounds of Generations Intergenerational Center, the Vita Course offers 10 exercise stations for fitness fanatics of all ages and abilities.

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Winter activities

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Cross-Country Skiing

Kettle Moraine State Forest, Northern Unit offers more than 13 miles of machine-groomed cross-country ski trails

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Downhill Skiing

The county’s only downhill ski area, Nutt Hill offers two ski hill runs, an electric rope tow, snow-making equipment and a shelter. Open when there is a 10-inch base of natural snow.

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Ice Fishing

Area lakes freeze over for about 3 months each winter. Ice thickness and safety can vary, so use your best judgment.

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Ice Skating

Located at the far eastern end of Main Street, the Mill Pond warming house offers free skate rentals, warm drinks, snacks and restrooms. Open when there are 7 inches of ice.

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Sledding

“Cardboard Hill” is a lighted winter sledding hill on the east side of Plymouth City Park.

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Snowmobiling

The Plymouth area boasts 46 miles of maintained snowmobile trails.

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Snowshoeing

Kettle Moraine State Forest, Northern Unit offers miles of ungroomed trails for hiking and snowshoeing.

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