- TripBuzz found 194 things to do with kids in or near Plymouth, Minnesota, including 190 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Paul, Minneapolis, Shakopee and Burnsville.
- From Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park to French Regional Park, the Plymouth area offers 84 different types of family activities, including: Trampoline Parks, Theaters, Gardens and Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- One of the largest cities in Minnesota, Plymouth is an outlining suburb of Minneapolis. The city is also home to Hennepin Technical College and various outdoor and recreational spaces. This includes sledding hills and outdoor skating rinks for winter fun, along with golf courses, lakes for fishing and beaches for swimming and other summer sports.
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13310 Industrial Park Blvd, Plymouth, MN 55441 MoreLess Info
Sky Zone is an indoor trampoline park where anyone can jump and bounce. They offer all kinds of fun packages such as the jumpapalooza for all ages, the sky jam for ages 16 and above, and the toddler time for ages 5 and below.
A park which offers swimming beach, fishing pier, lighted trails, and a play area. They also rent out kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards. A GPS unit can be checked out from the Visitor Center free of charge, to be used only within the park.
The Plymouth Playhouse is a small theater which is known for producing new musical comedies. The theater is comfortable. All performers have individual microphones so even those in the farthest seats won't have a problem with the sound reception.
Air Traffic Kites & Games is a family-owned toy store selling a large variety of fun and interesting products to its customers. Board games, kites, and disc golf equipment are a few of the many products sold at the store.
Offering 13 paved miles, the Dakota Rail Regional Trail follows the route of the former Dakota Rail Corridor. Visitors can hike, bike, and walk their dogs along the trail which offers panoramic views of Lake Minnetonka.
Home to the Wayzata Historical Society Museum, the Wayzata Depot is located on the shores of Lake Minnetonka. The museum is a hands-on, educational place, where visitors will see a variety of exhibits about local history.