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If you’re looking for a day full of family fun look no further than Plymouth. Whether you want the charm of a historic downtown or an adventure in at a new playground, the city offers the best of both worlds.
SCARECROWS AT KELLOGG PARK
The City of Plymouth is hosting their annual Scarecrows in the Park and they’re well worth a visit! Take a family stroll through Kellogg Park, stop for pictures with your favorite displays (tag @littleguidedetroit for a repost), and support all of their local businesses sponsoring this year’s event – we loved seeing our favorites Hungry Howie’s and The YMCA!
FALL TREATS FOR THE FAMILY
Take a walk down Main Street for a stop at the Dairy Go Round to taste test their fall menu. The Cider Mill shake is a personal favorite. If mom or dad need a stronger pick-me-up go to Espresso Elevado (also on Main Street) for the Calabaza Latte + Campfire Cap.
GO TO A HALLOWEEN EVENT
Get ready to Trick or Treat on the Farm with The Art Attic. Reserve your tickets now because they will sell out. Head to the Plymouth Historical Museum to experience Things That Go Bump In The Night. The family-friendly event takes place on Friday, October 29th.
Have fun on the farm at Plymouth Orchards, enjoy wagon rides, farm animals, hay bale towers, pumpkin picking…and of course, lots of cider + donuts! The orchard is open daily from 9am – 7pm. Pumpkins are available beginning October 1st. Large pumpkins are 40 cents a pound and pie pumpkins are $3.50 each.
PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP PARK
Whenever we ask readers to share their favorite park, Plymouth Township Park aka McClumpha Park ALWAYS makes the list! Don’t believe me? #MomLife features Bella, Rachel and Bree all mentioned it as a must-visit. Enjoy all the sweater weather days we get and let the kids run around the playground. There is a wooden structure, modern structure, adorable train and plenty of walking paths.
About Carrie Budzinski
Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..