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Kellogg Park

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Awni Q wrote a review Apr 2020
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This is a family park with many activities during the year from summer concerts to 4th of July fair to art festival to ice carving
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Gorton54 wrote a review Apr 2020
Plymouth, Michigan1,680 contributions166 helpful votes
Plymouth is a wonderful town reminiscent of Norman Rockwell's America. Kellogg Park is the epicenter of its heart and soul. Summer concerts, various fairs and a fall carnival are set in the vicinity of the park and over a thousand people gather. Of course the Ice Festival in mid winter is famous. The park fountain offers a festive touch and a nice gathering spot. It is due to be replaced soon and I hope the new one is as nice as the old. There is an abundance of very nice restaurants surrounding the park. With the historic Penn Theater, established in fateful December, 1941 as a backdrop, one is reminded of what life was like in small town America in the 40's and 50's. My all time favorite event here is the July 4th concert each year paying tribute to Plymouth's serviceman and always ending with the rousing 1812 Overture.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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152dalen wrote a review Mar 2020
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This park is located in the center of the downtown area. Many restaurants, shops, and novelty stores around. Like a quaint, Mayberry-type park
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Date of experience: March 2020
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romanekj wrote a review Jan 2020
Lansing, Michigan207 contributions10 helpful votes
The Kellogg Fountain was empty since it is winter, but this was a great venue for the festival. It’s small but great for walking to see the sculptures. Right across the theater and downtown shops. Very cool!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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jess51bum wrote a review Dec 2019
Roseville, Michigan65 contributions16 helpful votes
Christmas Trees all over gave the great feel of christmas with carolers and some crafters. Not a big park and in the middle of town so its nice to walk around
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Date of experience: December 2019
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