Plymouth State Park is a fine area for a picnic and barbecue along with a great swimming and boating area. It has fine recreational features for the kids.
I was very impressed from the start. Day fee very inexpensive, only $5 for one adult and one child. The attendant handed us a bag for our trash as the park is carry in, carry out. Lots of parking and the bathrroms were even clean (and had changing rooms with curtains). Beach was good sized, and there were many picnic... More
Whether you spend the day at the park or not, The Vista Trail is worth the short hike to look over the lake and area. It is great exercise for the half mile up and half mile return. There were young children doing the hike and I would imagine that the hike gave them a sense of adventure, thinking that... More
This is a great place for kids and adults. We rented paddle boats and took the kids around for a ride. Then they swam for a bit and played in the sand. We got some food from the snack stand and let the kids play on the playground which is a nice newer metal structure.
We have used the park a number of times, enjoyed it. Boats available for rent. Careful in early June, as the black flies can drive you batty. There is a free weekend in June, where ALL the state parks in VT are fun to see.
When the Boy Scout council closed Camp Plymouth, The state acquired one of the best beaches with a really long shallow swimming area great for families. the walk from the parking area is a little long, but they do offer wagons to cary your stuff. The bay on the north side offers good paddle boating away from speed boats in... More
Plymouth State Park has a lot to offer. It is a little gem in Vermont not far from a favorite ski resort. The state park has a nice swimming area. You can put your blanket or chair on the sand weather you like to sun yourself or dig sand castles or relax on the grass. There are shady areas with... More
Nice park, clean, relaxed. We rented kayaks and the lake was great. Park is large and the families were spred out - so it wasn't noisy and you weren't being over run. Concession food was not expensive and good. Will return next time in the area.
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