- TripBuzz discovered 129 different types of activities for couples in the Plymouth area, including Haunted Tours (like Plymouth Night Tour), Winery/Vineyard (like Plymouth Bay Winery), Beaches (like Plymouth Long Beach) and Whale Watching Tours (like Captain John Boats), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 124 date ideas in or near Plymouth, Massachusetts, including 101 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hingham, Sandwich, Brockton and Scituate.
Fort Getty Recreational Area, once used during World War I and II, is now used primarily as a camp ground. They offer a boat ramp, fishing dock, dumping station and comfort stations along with water and electric hookups for trailers.
Located on Nutting Lake, Micozzi Beach is a small, sandy beach with on-duty lifeguards and a fishing pier. It offers a sand volleyball court, picnic tables, a children's playground, wooded areas, fishing rod rentals and a bathhouse.
Built in the mid-18th century, Casey Farm is a historic farm site that overlooks the scenic Narragansett Bay. The farm offers guided tours that visit the farmyard and cemetery located on-site where guests learn the history of the Casey family.
Altitude Trampoline Park is housed in an extensive facility that has 15,000 square feet of interconnected wall to wall trampolines. Additional attractions include foam pits, tumble tracks, basketball dunking lanes, and 3D dodgeball.
Built on the grounds of a former grand Newport's estate, Brenton Point State Park is a mid-size state park known for its scenic views of the east coast. Available activities include picnicking, hiking, and fishing.
Located on 350-acres of land, Ryan Park is a public park that allows visitors to access the outdoors and provides them with a number of amenities. These amenities include sports fields, a playground, and over four miles of trails.
Featuring a lighthouse that was built in 1856, Beavertail Light and Park, is now part of the Rhode Island Parks System. The area includes hiking/biking trails, Lighthouse Museum, and a breath-taking view from the rocky perimeter at the ocean's edge.