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Plymouth is home to two of New England's premiere public access golf courses. Sea Glass Cottage is just minutes drive from both The Pine Hills Country Club the Atlantic Country Club's Championship courses. The public is welcome at both.

Historic Plymouth:

Plymouth is America's hometown. It's deep, rich history dating back to the arrival of the Pilgrim's in 1620 can be explored through numerous attractions including Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II, and Plymouth Rock among many others. The vibrant downtown and waterfront offers a wide variety of activities, events, and dining experiences.


World renowned for its excellent sport fishing, the waters around Cape Cod are sure to thrill avid and casual anglers alike. During the late spring, summer and fall months large schools of Striped Bass, Blue Fish, and Mackerel prowl the shores along Cape Cod Bay to surf casters delight. Bottom fishermen will find an abundance of Fluke, Flounder, Cod, Haddock and Tautog while enjoying a day on the ocean from one of the party boats or charter fishing excursions in the area. FishingCharters

Whale Watching Tours:

Whale watching tours depart Plymouth Harbor daily. Assisted by spotter planes whale sightings are guaranteed. It has been said that in colonial times "the whales in Cape Cod Bay were so abundant that a man could walk from Plymouth to Provincetown upon their backs without getting his feet wet". While likely a bit of an exaggeration there is no doubt that Cape Cod Bay is still a favorite summer playground for these majestic and graceful creatures. A portion of every ticket sold helps fund research into preserving the habits and protection of the whales, to insure their survival for future generations to come.

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