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6 Downtown Plymouth Fall Activities You Won’t Want to Miss!

plymouth fall festivitiesLooking for a fun way to celebrate the change of the seasons, the coming of the cooler weather, and the beautiful fall colors? Head to Downtown Plymouth to explore the shops and restaurants, to see the leaves change in Kellogg Park, and to partake in these outstanding community events!

Scarecrows in the Park

From September 23 through Halloween, 35 unique scarecrows will line Kellogg Park facing Main Street, bringing a festive fall feel to Downtown Plymouth.

Penn-Taste-Tic Downtown Restaurant Crawl

On October 4, head downtown for thepumpkin palooza plymouth mi annual restaurant crawl to stroll the restaurants of downtown and enjoy delicious treats and samples from your local favorites.

Pumpkin Palooza

On October 23, bring the kids downtown for a safe and haunted afternoon of Halloween activities! Games, dancing, entertainment, a petting zoo, lots of candy, and costume contests—for kids and pets!

Riverside Cemetery Walk

On October 29, head to Riverside Cemetery to learn more about the history of Plymouth and the cemetery—with a haunted tour!haunted halloween plymouth mi

Wicked Halloween Run

On October 30, choose to run a 10k, 5k, or the Monster Mile—and be sure to wear your costume! There’s a costume contest and age-group awards for all runs.

Boulevard Tree Lighting / Salvation Army Kettle Kick-Off

On November 11, fall gives way to the winter holidays with the Lighting of the Trees on Main Street, hot chocolate, and performances by the Salvation Army Band.

Find Home in Plymouth, MI

The fall festivities of Plymouth are pretty exceptional—but they’re not all that Plymouth has to offer! Learn more about life in Plymouth, explore nearby communities and neighborhoods, search homes for sale, or contact us today to get started buying your dream home in Plymouth!

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