Plymouth's beginning as a town occurred in 1855 on the northwest shores of what is now known as Parkers Lake. A gristmill and other structures were built in the area. In the spring of 1857, when Parkers Lake flooded, the mill was taken down and moved to Freeport, Minnesota. Freeport is now called Wayzata.

Nationally recognized for its quality of life, Plymouth is located 12 miles northwest of Minneapolis. It offers extensive trails and parks, strong neighborhoods, diverse recreation programs, highly regarded school districts, a variety of local businesses, nearby shopping and entertainment districts and easy access to downtown Minneapolis with its wide array of cultural and sports venues.

Plymouth residents also enjoy beautiful natural amenities, including more than a half a dozen sizable water bodies. Medicine Lake, the second largest lake in Hennepin County, is located in Plymouth and is a magnet for anglers and boaters.



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