Plymouth MA, Bike, Hike, and Beach
Rangers and volunteers conduct interpretive programs through the park and its cranberry bogs and kettle hole ponds.  
Camping is available at five locations: Barretts Pond,  Curlew Pond,  Fearing Pond (two locations) and Charge Pond.  
College Pond has a day use area with a swimming beach with lifeguards. Boating and fishing are available on college pond and several others including the campground ponds.
There are also 35 miles of equestrian trails in the park and an area at Charge Pond reserved for equestrian camping.
Plymouth MA, Bike, Hike, and Beach
Myles Standish State Forest
Carver, MA 02330
Telephone: (508) 866-2526
Website: http://www.state.ma.us/dem/forparks.htm

Myles Standish State Forest is five miles inland from Plymouth Harbor and reachable off Route 44 or Route 3.  The Reservation's 14.651 acres make it the largest forested recreation area in the southeastern part of the State.
Paved roads connect the parks
16 ponds.  Within the park there are 15 miles of bicycle trails  and 13 miles of hiking trails.
Nelson Beach
Plymouth, MA 02360
Off Route 3A, north of Plymouth Center. No lifeguards. Free parking and children's play area

Plymouth Beach    Three miles south of Plymouth center on Route 3-A
Plymouth, MA
This is a long spit of land that juts out into the bay with more than 3 miles of sandy beach facing the open ocean.  The beach area most accessible is just after the road to Plimoth Plantation about three miles south of Plymouth center on Route 3-A  
Fee parking is available.  The are Lifeguards, food concessions and bathhouse at Plymouth Beach.

Stephen's Field Beach
Plymouth, MA 02360
Off Sandwich Street, Route 3A, south of Plymouth Center. No lifeguards, Free parking.

White Horse Beach
Plymouth, MA 02360
Taylor Avenue, Manomet. Only South Beach is public. No lifeguards.

Scusset Beach        Scusset beach is south of Plymouth  Center but near enough (15 miles) for a day trip. Bike trails for 14 miles along the canal. Open to walking, roller blading, carriage, and wheelchair, dog walking. Paved trails are on both sides of the cape Cod Canal.   Both bridges across the Cape Cod Canal have walkways to the opposite shore
Other hiking trails are available within the park.   Go south from Plymouth on Route 3-A or 3  to the Cape Cod Canal in Bourne, MA
Telephone: 508-888-0859          

Take Scusset Beach Road east of the Sagamore Bridge on the north side of the Cape Cod Canal.
Scusset has a large parking lot with day use fee and a l
arge RV/ Tent  campground   A broad sand  beach with snack bar, restrooms, picnic tables. Open for camping and fishing.  Daily parking available for fee.
Striper fishing is a popular summer activity at the jetty. Mornings on the incoming tide are favored by local anglers.
Scusset Beach RV, Tent camping,   beach, salt water fishing (no license required) bike Trails along Cape Cod Canal
Plymouth is still a small town and can easily be walked in a day. Free parking is provided at several lots along the harbor. towards the boat ramp.  The ramp area parking is for boats with trailers but 200 yards to the north there is free parking.    Other lots provide paid parking.
You will need a vehicle to reach the Plimoth Plantation,  about three miles outside the harbor along the coast to the south.
Plymouth & Brockton shuttle runs service between the harbor and the Plimoth Plantation.
Train and bus service reaches Plymouth from
Logan Airport.
Plymouth MA, Bike, Hike, and Beach attractions include the Cape Cod Canal's 14 mile Bike Trail and the Miles Standish Reservation.
Paved roads connect the Reservation's 16 ponds, 15 miles of bicycle trails, and 13 miles of hiking trails.
Plymouth MA, Bike, Hike, and Beach area attractions include the Cape Cod Canal's 14 mile Bike Trail and the beach and camping at Scusset Beach State Park, 15 miles south of Plymouth Center.
Plymouth MA, Bike, Hike, and Beach area attractions include Scusset Beach on the Cape Cod Canal and the Cape Cod Canal Bike Trail with 14 miles of flat off-road trail open to bikes, rollerblade, baby carriage, and wheelchair.
Plymouth Whale Watch Information:
Captain John's Whale Watching and Fishing Tours   Tel.   (508) 242-3161
10 Town Wharf  Plymouth, MA 02360                 41.961455 -70.667422
Plymouth MA sightseeing in the old tow  where the Pilgrims from England first settled.
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