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Plymouth Park and Recreation Department facilities & shelters!

Plymouth Park and Recreation Department facilities & shelters!

There are so many different areas you can rent out or walk through that are provided by The Plymouth Park and Recreation Department. Their mission statement is, “The Plymouth Park Department shall strive to develop and maintain quality parks and facilities; to preserve open/natural space; and to provide recreational programs and services which will enhance the physical, social and emotional well-being of all the citizens of Plymouth.” If you’re ever looking for somewhere to host a graduation party, birthday party, bridal shower, or any type of special event, be sure to stop in the Marshall County Tourism Building and pick up a Plymouth Park and Recreation Department guide. We have about eleven beautiful areas that you can rent out to fit your needs and wants.

One of our most used facilities would be the Conservation Clubhouse, which is located at 720 Magnetic Parkway, Plymouth Indiana. This facility is located on 16 beautiful acres, which boarder the Yellow River on Plymouths north side. This offers furniture, two stone fire places, table and chairs, a full kitchen that includes a stove, refrigerator and a sink. The Freymen Shelter is located on the north side of Centennial Park, right next to the new tennis complex. This is the largest shelter in the park, which comes with a kitchen facility, restrooms, parking, space and seating for 150 people. The Webster Recreation Center is located on 110 Webster Avenue. This fantastic multi-use building is on four acres and consists of a fully equipped kitchen. You can fit about 125 people, as well as having access to the picnic shelter, playground, baseball diamond, as well as two basketball hoops.

Another great place you could rent out would be the Hoosier Old Wheels Shelter, which is located on the north side of Centennial Park. This is located right next to a beautiful playground for your kids and consists of a small kitchen, restrooms and seats approximately 100 people. One of our newest acquisitions would be Price’s Memorial Park, which is located at 205 Plymouth Goshen Trail. This park is on 13 acres and a pond that takes up about 3 acres. There are two shelters and they each hold up to 75 people, as well as a playground of the kids to play on. The Lions Club Shelter is next to the shuffle board courts and has restrooms. You will have easy access to the tennis courts and an easy walking path through the beautiful trails. Roadrunner Shelter is located in Centennial Park next to Symphony Restaurant. There are electrical outlets for you to use and only a small distance away from the playground, pool, volleyball courts and softball diamond. It seats around 125 people comfortably.

There are four more beautiful places that you can rent out. One is the Rotary Shelter, which is on the north side of Centennial Park next to the shuffle board courts and it will fit around 60 people. Masons and Neidlinger Shelters are located across from the pool. There is electrical outlets nearby and you have easy access to the playground and sand volleyball courts. Packard’s Woods shelters are located in Packard’s Woods off of Harrison Street, by the new Freedom Park play structure. There is a red shelter and a blue shelter that are available! The last shelter is the Horsebarn, which is a unique shelter and is located next to the covered bridge in Centennial Park. There are so many different facilities within a walking distance and electrical outlets and water is available. The seating can be between 100 and 150 people!

We would love for you to use these beautiful shelters, especially before it gets too cold outside! If you have any questions, I encourage you to come into the Marshall County Tourism Building and pick up a brochure that includes this information as well as some pictures. Everyone loves using these beautiful shelters for parties of all kinds! Below are a list of the prices for these beautiful facilities in which you may want to use for get togethers’ before the weather gets too cold!

 

The Conservation Clubhouse- costs $200 per day plus tax for residents and $300 per day plus tax for non-residents

The Freymen Shelter- costs $45 per day plus tax for residents and $75 per day plus tax for non-residents

Webster Recreation Center- costs $200 per day plus tax to residents and $300 per day plus tax to non-residents

Hoosier Old Wheels Shelter- costs $45 per day plus tax for residents and $75 per day plus tax for non-residents

Price’s Memorial Park- costs $45 per day plus tax for residents and $75 per day plus tax for non-residents

Lions Club Shelter- costs $25 per day plus tax for residents and $45 per day plus tax for non-residents

Roadrunner Shelter- costs $25 per day plus tax for residents and $45 per day plus tax for non-residents

Masons and Neidlinger Shelters- costs $25 per day plus tax for residents and $45 per day plus tax for non-residents

Rotary Shelter- costs $25 per day plus tax for residents and $45 per day plus tax for non-resident

Packard’s Woods- costs $25 per day plus tax for residents and $45 per day plus tax for non-residents

Horsebarn- costs $45 per day plus tax for residents and $75 per day plus tax for non-residents