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Parks & nature in Plymouth

Campground
“Loads of great hiking/walking trails with pristine forest, lakes and ponds. Plus a nice drive to get there!”
6 locals recommend
Park
“The newly renovated Nelson Memorial Park is a popular destination for many Plymouth residents and visitors. Families with children will enjoy the playground and picnic area. There is also a new "splash pad" area where kids can cool off on hot summer days. Other features include a new small boat ramp and a bike path that follows the harbor to Hedge Road in North Plymouth. Many visitors enjoy stopping by for the spectacular ocean view. A new stormwater management system is incorporated in the beautiful landscaping of the park. A portion of this land was given in memory of the Nelson family.”
4 locals recommend
Park
“ The Mayflower II, a replica of the ship that brought the first Pilgrims to Massachusetts, is normally anchored at the park, however; she is currently undergoing a two year, $12 million restoration, and is expected to return in 2019”
2 locals recommend
Park
“According to Wikipedia, the park covers the original garden plot that was granted to William Brewster in 1620.”
2 locals recommend
Lake
“This company offers up their canoes, kayaks & paddle boards for you to enjoy. All day $30”
3 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“Great views North and South along the coast. See the visiting seals as they sun themselves on the rocks. If you are lucky you will also see a whale spout off in the distance. ”
2 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends
Park
1 local recommends
Park
“The full preserve features a classic cranberry bog, hiking trails and a classic rock-strewn New England beach that is just a 90-second hike from the parking lot. Once there you'll likely find yourself alone with views of Cape Cod Bay, the outstretched arm of the Cape itself and, on a clear day, Provincetown.”
1 local recommends
Farm
1 local recommends