- TripBuzz discovered 78 different types of activities for couples in the Plymouth area, including Historic Sites (like President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site), Snowmobiling (like Killington Snowmobile Tours), Art Gallery (like Simon Pearce Mill) and National & State Parks (like Marsh - Billings - Rockefeller National Historical Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 115 date ideas in or near Plymouth, Vermont, including 112 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Woodstock, Windsor, Killington and Rutland.
The Round Barn Farm is a bed and breakfast that is located on 245-acres of mountains, meadows, and ponds. The farm offers a variety of packages including the 'Swimming Hole Package' and the 'Dog Days of August' package.
Serving as a working six generation farm, the Adams Family Farm offers a wide range of activities for visitors. There are seasonal activities and agricultural experiences along with a seasonal petting zoo and small retail space with farm fresh products.
The Green Mountain Cultural Center is a volunteer-run art gallery dedicated to promoting the visual arts in the local community. The center features artwork and creative productions from numerous local artists that are on display.
Blockbuster movies are presented at The Big Picture Theater & Cafe throughout the week for both matinee and evening shows. Concerts and events are often frequently held at the theater while the cafe offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Valley Players Theater is a community theater that showcases live productions and also holds the 'Mad River Valley Craft Fair' every Labor Day weekend. They have theater space that is available for rent for private parties.
Skatium Ice Rink is a seasonal outdoor open-air ice-skating rink with natural ice, warm changing rooms, boards and lights. To accommodate all skaters, the rink is split in two: half for skating, and half for stick and puck practice.
Of moderate difficulty, the Buck mountain hiking trail is somewhat steep and rocky in places, but offers a sweeping view of the lake below upon reaching the summit. The trail length one way is approximately three miles.