Family is honored and cherished here.

You are welcome to share a meal at the dinner table, bake cookies in the kitchen,
play with children in the living room.

Welcome to Parks’ Place. Another place to call home.

Parks’ Place Memory Care Exterior Front

A beautiful community that looks and feels like home

Nestled in a private, wooded setting in western residential Plymouth, Parks’ Place is intentionally located near churches, schools, shopping and professional services. Here, we aim to inspire the community to embrace aging.

Parks’ Place Memory Care Foyer/Sitting Room

Foyer and Sitting Room

A covered entrance keeps everyone comfortable and dry in the rain or snow. Inside, our staff is ready to welcome you. Our Sitting Room with fireplace is warm and cozy for visiting.

Parks’ Place Memory Care Family Kitchen

Family Kitchen

Our Family Kitchen welcomes residents to participate with their family or with the support of our staff in regular kitchen activities as they would at home.

Great Room

Great Room

Our Great Room is the hub of life and activity. Delicious, chef-designed meals are served three times daily in the Dining Room. The Living Room is a place to relax and share activities with family and friends.

Parks’ Place Memory Care Media Room

Media Room

Comfortable furniture surrounds the large-screen television for everyone to enjoy learning programs, video exercises or travel adventures.



With an inviting large gazebo, comfortable seating and raised garden beds, our spacious patio is the perfect place to gather to enjoy summer breezes..

Parks' Place Sunroom


Surrounded by windows on three sides, this sunlit room with grand piano offers music enrichment and relaxation.

Parks' Place Salon

Salon and Spa

Our on-site Salon offers professional hair and nail services for men and women. The Spa has a state-of-the-art, fast-fill tub for exceptional care and comfort.


Parks Place Blueprint

Parks’ Place Memory Care is a single-level, barrier-free building exclusively designed for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

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