The town of Plymouth
is the oldest community
in Massachusetts, as well as the largest in area, and is the seat of Plymouth County.
It includes over 50 miles of coastline on Cape Cod Bay and Plymouth Bay,
numerous freshwater ponds, and thousands of acres of open land, including
the 14,000 acre Myles Standish State Forest.
Plymouth spans from about 5 miles north of the Cape Cod Canal, to 37 miles south of Boston.
Plymouth contains a large number of villages and unincorporated areas.
Our coverage focuses on the southern portions of Plymouth which include
Cedarville, Ellisville, White Island Shores
. Of particular note is
, which sits so close to
the village of Buzzards Bay in the town of Bourne, that it is often
mistaken as being part of Bourne. Also of note is the
White Island Shores
area, which spans the
border between Plymouth and
Plymouth is bordered on the south by
on the west by Carver, and on the north by Kingston.