Ellis Haven Campground

Address: 531 Federal Furnace Rd., Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, 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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    Travel Blogs from Plymouth

    Do U Like Pina Coladas, Getting Caught in the Rain

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 10, 2014

    29 photos

    ... seen. We stayed until the sun was down and enjoyed every minute of it. We then headed back the way we came. There aren't really any other options. We made our plan to stay at a Walmart in Plymouth because it was closest to the end of the Metro line we were planning to take into Boston in the morning. We found a Wendy's and had a dollar menu dinner and then dove over to Walmart nearby for sleepy time. We found that the Sam's Club next door ...


    A travel blog entry by judy.ohalloran on Oct 10, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    Drove south to Plymouth Thursday where the Mayflower took a hundred people from England in 1620. A year later half the people had died but they made a small settlement and managed to rub along with the local tribe of Indians - the Wampanoag. The settlers grew corn and sold it to people up in Maine and caught their own turkeys, raccoons, deer,etc for meat and furs. We visited the Plimoth Plantation where they had set up an Indian encampment and ...

    Forgotten fun facts from high up in the sky

    A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 29, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... 95 wrote about it in his journal. His father was an original pilgrim and had told him about it. Plymouth Rock has been moved several times and does not sit in it's original spot. Over time people kept chipping away pieces of the rock for a souvenir. Today it is only 1/3 of it's original size. The Wampanoag people want equal rights for their Indian nation and have taken buckets of sand to pour over the rock to cover it up. The fire department has even had to come and ...

    A final day in Paris

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

    1 photo

    ... 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 ...

    History coming back to life

    A travel blog entry by nerea on Aug 03, 2011

    ... You'll have to fight your way through the hundreds of visitors to snap a photo! Short outside the main area of the town, you can't miss Plimoth Plantation. It's not a museum, it's a recreation of how a XVII century settlement would look like, with two villages (that of the settlers and that of the natives), farms, crafts' laboratories etc. Here and there, you'll find people wearing typical clothes, showing you ...