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Die besten Parks in Plymouth

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“Circa 1898 statue of Myles Standish (Military leader of Pilgrim Colony from 1621 until his death in 1656) atop a 116 foot tower is located in this State Reservation. Take a picnic and enjoy the view, on a clear day to Provincetown and the arm of the Cape.”
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“The newly renovated Nelson Memorial Park is a popular destination for many Plymouth residents and visitors. Families with children will enjoy the playground and picnic area. There is also a new "splash pad" area where kids can cool off on hot summer days. Other features include a new small boat ramp and a bike path that follows the harbor to Hedge Road in North Plymouth. Many visitors enjoy stopping by for the spectacular ocean view. A new stormwater management system is incorporated in the beautiful landscaping of the park. A portion of this land was given in memory of the Nelson family.”
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“ The Mayflower II, a replica of the ship that brought the first Pilgrims to Massachusetts, is normally anchored at the park, however; she is currently undergoing a two year, $12 million restoration, and is expected to return in 2019”
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“Loads of great hiking/walking trails with pristine forest, lakes and ponds. Plus a nice drive to get there!”
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“According to Wikipedia, the park covers the original garden plot that was granted to William Brewster in 1620.”
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“The full preserve features a classic cranberry bog, hiking trails and a classic rock-strewn New England beach that is just a 90-second hike from the parking lot. Once there you'll likely find yourself alone with views of Cape Cod Bay, the outstretched arm of the Cape itself and, on a clear day, Provincetown.”
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