Dating all the way back to 1685, Plymouth County predates Massachusetts itself, making it a truly historic place to call home. The home of Plymouth Rock, there’s a metaphorical value in deciding to come here and once you arrive you’ll understand why it was such an enticing region to live.
From nature trails to cranberry farms, to ocean shores, Plymouth County has outdoor beauty for everyone to enjoy. People come from all over to do whale watching and explore the charming downtowns full of restaurants, shops, and cultural activities. From farmer’s markets to sporting events to family-friendly festivals, there is always something to do here. Plus, you’re an easy drive from Boston, Providence, and the rest of New England. Whether you want to explore history or make your own history, this is a great place to enjoy it.