Ellis Haven Campground

Address: 531 Federal Furnace Rd, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360-4788, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 531 Federal Furnace Rd, Plymouth, is near Plimoth Plantation and Southers Marsh Golf Club.
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        Do U Like Pina Coladas, Getting Caught in the Rain

        A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 10, 2014

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        ... Seashore Coast. We found Coast Guard Beach first. It is a lovely spot with an old building that housed the first responders to ship wrecks that frequently happened in the area. They have built some nice change houses and bathrooms for visitors to the beach at this location as well. While we were there we spotted about a dozen seals playing right in the surf break. They were really close to the shore. We also noticed signs that warn that ...

        Boston to Plymouth MA

        A travel blog entry by katej594 on Oct 01, 2014

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        ... hour before take off so quite controlled. Smooth flight to Boston, arrived 12.30 local and collected hire car from Alamo 50 mins later - a Jeep Patriot. Weather not great, low cloud and drizzle. Phil did the driving, in heavy traffic at first, and we reached Plymouth MA and the Radisson Hotel, in need of a bit of redecoration, but a comfortable room with an unusual ...

        Forgotten fun facts from high up in the sky

        A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 29, 2014

        3 comments, 3 photos

        ... once a year for a family reunion. Pilgrims did not bathe at all during the winter and only once a month during the warmer season. This was because the natural oils on their bodies helped protect them from the weather. The Pilgrims set up a permanent settlement and started growing corn but needed nutrients for the soil. The Wampanoag people showed them how to use fish in their fertilizer to help their crops grow. However the Wampanoag people did not use this same ...

        A final day in Paris

        A travel blog entry by dawn. on Aug 09, 2013

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        ... bus stops with the typical 'you are here' indicators, I discovered that I was heading in the OPPOSITE direction of "home" again! Of course ! Finally, I would just use the bus stop on hand to get back to the vicinity, although it was not a direct route back. It was getting late and I was supposed to buy souvenirs AND meet for a date by 8:30! How annoying to waste such a huge portion of my day being lost, but it only got worse. On the bus, I missed the stop closest to where ...

        Back Home Again

        A travel blog entry by oslernztrip on Mar 29, 2013

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        ... our brains were a bit foggy, we had the bright idea of putting our luggage on the bed, thus forcing ourselves to unpack before getting into the bed to nap for about four hours.

        Two big boxes of mail and even more laundry to go through, but we are home safe and sound - -
        AND, just as we had hoped, the daffodils and hyacinths are poking their heads up in our courtyard.