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Parks and nature in Plymouth

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“Polar Caves Park is a set of glacially-formed caves located in New Hampshire's White Mountains region, in the United States. The caves were formed from granite boulders and are so named because the deepest cave is cold enough to allow snow to linger long into the summer. The caves are a popular tourist destination.”
  • 27 locals recommend
“The Quincy Bog Natural Area is located about 2.5 miles from the Inn. It has a trail that goes around and through the bog. This is a favorite for bird watchers and nature lovers. The trail is about 1.4 miles long with very little elevation change.”
  • 2 locals recommend
“ LIVERMORE FALLS . A Swimming place in Pemigewasset River in Livermore Falls. To get there: From Campton, go south on I-93 to Exit 25 in Plymouth. At the end of the exit ramp, take a left onto Holderness Rd. and cross under the highway. At this point, Holderness Rd becomes renamed to Bridge street. Follow bridge St to the end and take a left onto RT 175. Follow RT 175 north for approximately 1.5 miles and take a left onto Livermore Road which will lead into the Livermore State Forest. The swimming place is in the river in the state forest. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
“My favorite walking loop trail - 15 minutes up to Rainbow Falls along a brook; return the same way or continue on and back to the parking lot another 20 minutes, more up and down, but also exquisite woods and beaver pond.”
  • 3 locals recommend
“This is a great place to enjoy the river and a little beach access. You can enjoy or even float in the river. It is a wonderful spot to spend a few hours, and there are bathrooms available. It is a state park so no alcohol is available”
  • 1 local recommends