Pinewood Lodge Campground

Address: 190 Pinewood Road , Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 190 Pinewood Road , 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

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    ... station and when we got to the park and ride we had a problem. It is a tiered car park and the height limitation was 7 ft. We are bigger than that. There was a mall nearby and a furniture business that was closed with a huge parking lot. However, there signs indicating no "T" parking. What were we to do? It was still raining and the further we parked away would make walking back quite miserable. Ted decided to go in to the auto ...


    A travel blog entry by nodak on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... realize it was so small. You can tour it but because of time we did not. We did learn a lot of history about it when we got to the museum. Along the beach we also saw Plymouth Rock. That was a surprise because it is an unimposing rock. It is surrounded by an open structure. On our way to Burial Hill, we passed through Brewster Gardens. It was very pretty. We also saw the Plymouth Grist Mill. On Burial Hill, the views ...

    Back to the Beyond

    A travel blog entry by danbren on Oct 21, 2013

    47 photos

    ... goes to the public schools and 90% of it's graduated go on yo college. Is there a lesson there? Leaving Concord we traveled towards a town in my personal history as well as part of the history of theAmerican industrial revolution, Woonsocket, Rhode Island. This was a place where immigrants came to find work in the textile mills and garment factories. My dad's mom brought her three sons here in1917 after her husband died in ...

    A final day in Paris

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

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    ... De Ville, I could see my friend was looking around and trying to call, but my phone was dead. I was only a few minutes late! He looked relieved when he spotted me, and we immediately proceeded to a store to buy wine, le pain, and some jamon cru, salami also. We set up once again on the Seine to enjoy my last evening, packing could wait until the morning anyway! An enjoyable and very romantic end to a trip of a lifetime. It has been a trip full of amazing and unforgettable ...

    Freeeeeeeeee :)

    A travel blog entry by vickymack on Jul 02, 2011


    ... look at children for an hour :p
    Then second I was back to the pool teaching little people how to swim. At this point the sun was out and I was boiling!! Then as soon as it came time for me to sit in the lifeguard chair and catch me some sun... It went away!!! Gutted.

    For lunch it was sandwiches...almost normal food.. Haha we ate it outside again which was nice

    4th and 5 session I was back in the ...