Take the Shuttle!
PARK & RIDE at Schoolcraft College!
Parking is Free!
The shuttle is $3.00 round trip for adults.
Kids 12 & under ride for Free.
The shuttles will be operating continuously between Schoolcraft College (South Lot) & Plymouth City Hall.
Our fleet of motor coaches have:
- Stroller storage
- Plenty of storage for ALL of your purchases on the way back!
- ADA wheelchair access
Shuttle HoursFriday: 10:30 am to 8:30 pm Saturday: 9:30 am to 7:30 pm Sunday: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm *please note the shuttle hours are one 1/2 hour prior to the event start time & one 1/2 hour after the event closes each day.
Schoolcraft College is located at:
- Park in the South parking lot
Masks will be required while on the bus
- The state of Michigan released a statement on June 22, 2021 relaxing the mask guidelines at most places of business.
- In that statement it also says “The CDC requires that all persons –regardless of vaccination status –wear masks on planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation traveling into, within, or out of the United States.”
- We are therefore required by federal law to require facemasks be worn at all times while on board our motorcoaches until the CDC changes their guidelines.
- A link to the statement released by the state of Michigan is included below.
Looking for Handicap Parking?
- Additional temporary Handicap parking is added for the weekend, and is located along Union Street, between Penniman Ave. & Roe Street
- Our shuttle service does offer ADA wheelchair access
Dogs & other furry friends…
- For the health and safety of your pet we recommend that you leave them at home as the event is very crowded and hot.
- The 5 Second Rule: Put the back of your hand on the pavement, if you cannot hold it there for 5 seconds it is too hot to walk. If the asphalt is so hot you could probably fry an egg on it, then it can burn your dog’s feet. Also keep in consideration certain dog’s pads, especially puppies are not as adaptable to heat and may not be able to stand even temperatures you can.
- Bottom line: If the pavement is so hot you wouldn’t want to walk barefoot on it, your dog doesn’t want to, either!