Plymouth opens Crooked Creek Park
A new park called Crooked Creek Park will accommodate the rapidly expanding neighborhoods in northwest part of Plymouth. The five acre park features a rolling slide, a playground and vacant play space.
Crooked Creek Park
This week the city opened a five-plus acre park called Crooked Creek Park. The new park serves the growing area south of Highway 55 and near the Medina border.
“It’s growing rapidly,” says Mayor Kelli Slavik. “With each development, we are working with great developers that are setting land aside as park dedication so we can build future parks to accommodate the growth.”
The park is nestled behind a residential area and sits beside a creek. There are several mature trees on the property.
The park offers kids (and maybe a few adults) the option of sliding into the park on the city’s first roller slide. There’s also woodland-themed playground equipment that mimics the forested area. Part of the land has been left vacant as a place for play.
Eventually the park will grow to 12 acres as the area continues to develop and the city acquires more land. Mayor Slavik says it’s the city’s goal to develop a park within a half mile of every house in the city.