This quintessential New England destination, nestled conveniently between Boston and Cape Cod, is best known for its Native history, the Pilgrim story, and one of the country’s most iconic landmarks – Plymouth Rock.
But history is just the beginning of what visitors come to experience here in Plymouth County.
With everything from water sports to whale watching - golfing to ghost tours -Thomas Land to trolley tours - cranberry harvests to culinary tours… you’ll find yourself planning your return visit before you even leave!
And with quaint harbor side bed and breakfasts, family-friendly hotels, and a five star resort tucked away in the forest, our range of accommodations meet every preference.
We have stayed in Plymouth Harbor in the past, ant it’s always been 5-Stars. Last night we had the mooring closest to the No Wake Zone. It was a few feet outside of the channel, and only a few feet from the No Wake Zone marker. This season, the No Wake Zone market was switched from a large floating dock with a big sign, to a smaller buoy. Needless to say, boaters don’t pay as much attention to the small buoy as they did the big dock. Mooring that close to the start of the No Wake Zone made for a very rough night for our three-year-old. There a number of real wahoos that flew past us. We got tossed.
Municipal staff was great, location was convenient. Only negatives were the mooring line was very gross with slimy marine growth and wakes from go fast boats that didn’t slow down.
Great mooring inside the seawall. Harbormaster was available and answered all our questions.
The Plymouth Harbormasters could not have been nicer or more supportive. We are traveling late in the season, so many services are not available, but they provided a pump out service and water. The town mooring (#5) was perfect throughout our four night stay while waiting for better weather and calm seas.
Great Harbor to spend some time in! Helpful Harbor Master and crew.