Take the whole family (dogs included!) to Plymouth's Medicine Lake Apartments if getting outside is a priority.
What's a fine park without fine dining to accompany it? Be sure to pick up a tasty meal when you visit their great restaurant.
Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly activities at this park just as much as mom and dad.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So go to Medicine Lake Apartments park. There is no better way to spend a sunny Saturday afternoon.
Locals find the time to relax at Accent Photography and Framing, an outdoor escape in the middle of Plymouth.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
No matter your tranquil needs, you have the opportunity to use the great park at Accent Photography and Framing to satisfy them.
On one hand, New Hope Cinema Grill is a full-service restaurant; on the other hand, it's an entertainment emporium featuring a trio of luxurious show rooms. The facility effortlessly balances the dining and entertainment worlds to create unified and memorable experiences for visitors of all ages. Here's more on what Cinema Grill has to offer:
Food and drink: The menu brims with entrees, pizzas, desserts, and kids' meals. It has gluten-free options and, of course, classic theater snacks including candy and popcorn. The bar is always stocked with a variety of beer, wine, and liquor.
Show rooms: Cinema Grill enhances movie-going experiences with tableside service, but its show rooms are used for more than just film showings. Oftentimes, they broadcast live sporting events such as Vikings games on 30-foot screens—with free admission. The show rooms also host standup comedians, birthday parties, and other special events.
Gordon Franks and Pat Worley are more than black belts. They’re ninth-degree black belts who share their chosen martial art with youngsters and adults alike through USA Karate, the school they cofounded. The school - which opened in 1973 and has been operating for more than 40 years - was featured on the local CBS station and teaches self-defense techniques that help students graduate to higher-level belts and translate into increased agility, coordination, and self-confidence.
As proud holders of the gold, silver, and bronze medals from the United States Dressage Federation, instructors Anne McKay and Suzanne Wepplo bring a wealth of equestrian expertise to Pegasus Riding School. The duo helm all manner of courses, including dressage, jumping, and combined training lessons in classical European equestrian philosophies. They educate riders of every age and skill level at their large, onsite outdoor arena and racetrack, as well as from within the comforts of a heated indoor training arena.