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Plymouth, New Hampshire

Plymouth, New Hampshire is a charming town of about 7,000 people located near the White Mountains and Lakes Region of the state. With its central location and direct access to Interstate 93, the town has easy access to other areas of the state and to larger metropolitan areas. Without having to leave Plymouth, enjoy activities such as hiking, biking, and exploring the quaint downtown. Peppered with unique shops and restaurants (many locally owned), Plymouth provides an authentic New England experience with a friendly and welcoming community. Learn more about what Plymouth has to offer below!

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Snow Covered Smith Millennium Bridge in Plymouth NH


Education in Plymouth, New Hampshire

The SAU 48 District manages the schools within Plymouth. The town is home to only one elementary school, Plymouth Elementary, which teaches kindergarten through eighth grade. The town is also home to Plymouth Regional High School, which houses students from many surrounding towns as well. Plymouth State University is also located within the town, which enrolls approximately 3,500 undergraduate students every year, adding to the town's vibrant and bustling community. 


Shopping in Plymouth, New Hampshire

Plymouth is home to an abundance of shops, from smaller locally-owned boutiques to larger national brands. Find stores such as Walmart and Marshalls off of Route 25 outside of downtown. Or take a stroll down Main Street to find stores for flowers, clothing, games, furniture, outdoor gear, and more! 


Dining in Plymouth, New Hampshire

Explore the many options for dining within Plymouth as well. Cafes, restaurants, and pubs are all located along Main Street, but you can also find great food located throughout the town. Visit the Italian Farmhouse for delicious Italian cuisine served in an old farmhouse. Or enjoy classic pub fare and a beer at the Lucky Dog Tavern, which provides a hometown atmosphere where you can play pool and watch sports with friends. If you're in the mood for brunch, try out The Main Street Station, which serves hearty diner food in a classic setting. And if you are in need of dessert, try M 'n M Scoops, the local ice cream shop which constantly rotates their flavors and serves sundaes, milkshakes, and more! These are only a few of the amazing options you can find in Plymouth, no matter what you are craving. 


Parks in Plymouth, New Hampshire 

The Plymouth Parks & Recreation Department manages three main parks within the town: 

  • Fox Pond Park - playground, hiking and biking trails, ice skating and snowshoeing in the winter
  • The Common - greenspace located in the heart of downtown, home to many annual events, summer concerts, and more
  • Riverside Park - amphitheater, water access/boat launch, greenspace, hosts many community events

Also located in town is Tenney Mountain, providing easy access to downhill and backcountry skiing. The resort also has a tubing park for those that would like the option of sledding instead of skiing. You can also enjoy the hike up Plymouth Mountain for some stunning views of the area. 


Things To Do in Plymouth, New Hampshire

Besides visiting the stores, restaurants, and parks in Plymouth, there are so many other things to do! For those interested in history, visit the Museum of the White Mountains or the Plymouth Historical Museum to learn more about the area and, at times, see work from students at Plymouth State University. You can also visit the Smith Millennium Bridge, a covered bridge built in 1850 that goes over Baker River. 

For those who love the performing arts, visit The Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center! See films, plays, and musicians all perform on this 1920s stage located on Main Street. And those that love an outdoor adventure, check out Effortless Adventures for guided tours of activities such as white water kayaking, rock climbing, hiking, and more! 


Learn More About Plymouth with Coldwell Banker Old Mill Properties! 

Interested in learning more about Plymouth, New Hampshire? Contact the Coldwell Banker Old Mill team to speak with area experts and learn more about the buying and selling process in Plymouth. Make sure to also check out the current listings for sale in Plymouth