About the Plymouth Area

Thank you for your interest in joining our community and serving the residents of the Plymouth area. The town of Plymouth is the geographic center of New Hampshire, located between the lakes and the mountains. To the north is Rumney and Campton, to the east is Holderness and Ashland, to the south is Bridgewater and Hebron, and to the west is Groton. Plymouth’s only village is West Plymouth.

Town highlights:

Plymouth: As college town, Plymouth has a vibrant main street and a multitude of activities for young people. While in town experience a Pemi-Baker River Adventure, hike to Livermore Gorge or Ski Tenny Mountain. Don’t forget to visit The Common Man Restaurants throughout the Plymouth region to get a taste of NH and the Flying Monkey Movie house & Performance Center!

Alexandria: This small rural village is located within the Pemigewasset River Watershed. Visit Cardigan Mountain Orchard and go apple picking. Don’t forget to pick up sweet cider, homemade jams, apple butter and much more.

Bridgewater/Bristol: These small rural communities are the Gateway to Newfound Lake. Bristol contains the largest public beach on Newfound and Wellington State Park.

Holderness: Squam Lake and the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center can be found in Holderness. Through spectacular live animal exhibits, natural science education programs and lake cruises, Squam Lakes Science Center has educated and enlightened visitors for over forty years about our natural world!

Lincoln: Lincoln is home to Loon Mountain Resort, one of New England’s most accessible mountain resorts, with 56 trails, 7 tree skiing areas and 7 award-winning terrain parks. They’re also home to the Adventure Center with cross country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, indoor climbing and a day/night tubing center. During the summer and fall, Loon features NH’s longest scenic gondola skyride, horseback riding, bungee trampoline, mountain bike rentals and tours. While in Lincoln don’t forget to visit Clark’s Trading Post and see the Indian Head rock formation!

Rumney: Rumney is home to the Polar Caves, these caves were formed about fifty thousand years ago as the third continental glacier descended over New Hampshire’s White Mountains. When the ice retreated, it left behind an amazing series of caves and passageways for visitors to explore. Self-guided tours take you to the rock garden, nature trails and through the caves!

Waterville Valley: Waterville Valley is a historic town surrounded by 700,000 acres of national forest. Today, it’s also a full-featured resort with skiing, golf, tennis, skateboarding, ice skating, hiking, biking and cultural activities that range from bluegrass festivals to Shakespeare-under-the-stars.

Plymouth Area Clinical Sites

Places to Eat
Where to Shop
WiFi and Cell Coverage
  • Breakfast
    Annie’s Overflow Restaurant
    Rt. 175 Holderness

    Main Street Station
    105 Main St. Plymouth

    Plain Jane’s Diner
    897 Rt. 25 Rumney

    Common Man Express
    Ashland Mobil Station,162 N Main St. Ashland

    Six Burner Bistro
    13 Main St. Plymouth

    Biederman’s Deli
    83 Main St. Plymouth

    College Town Pizza & Subs
    174 Main St. Plymouth

    Plymouth House of Pizza
    45 Main St. Plymouth

    Common Man
    Located in Lincoln, Plymouth and Ashland

    Italian Farmhouse
    337 Daniel Webster Hwy Plymouth

    Lucky Dog Tavern & Grill
    52 South Main St. Plymouth

    Mandarin Taste
    51 South Main St. Plymouth

    Mark’s Speakeasy Café
    70 A Main St. Plymouth

    Georges Seafood & BBQ
    588 Tenny Mountain Hwy Plymouth

    Thai Smile Restaurant
    135 Main St. Plymouth

  • Grocery Stores
    Peppercorn Natural Foods
    43 Main St. Plymouth

    Hannaford Supermarket
    Route 25 Plymouth

    683 Tenney Mountain Hwy Plymouth

    Farmer’s Markets
    Plymouth Community Farmer’s Market
    263 Highland St. Plymouth

    Shur-Fine Market
    52 S Main St. Ashland

    Chase St. Market
    83 Main St. Plymouth

    Tenney Mountain Country Store
    312 Mayhew Turnpike Plymouth

    Quincy Produce
    Tenney Mountain Hwy Plymouth

    Holderness General Store
    863 Rt. 3 Holderness

    Hebron Village Store
    7 North Shore Rd. Hebron

    Rite Aid
    6 Main St. Plymouth

    Hannaford Supermarket
    Route 25 Plymouth

    683 Tenney Mountain Hwy Plymouth

  • Free WiFi/Computer Access
    Lucky Dog Tavern & Grill: 53 South Main St. Plymouth. Free Wi-Fi access.
    Café Monte Alto: 83 Main St. Plymouth. Free Wi-Fi access.
    Mark’s Speakeasy Café: 70 A Main St. Plymouth. Free Wi-Fi access.
    McDonald’s: 291 Main St. Plymouth. Free Wi-Fi access.
    Common Man, Foster’s Boiler Room: 231 Main St. Plymouth. Free Wi-Fi access.
    Biederman’s Deli: 83 Main St. Plymouth. Free Wi-Fi access.
    Red Roof and Suites: 304 Main St. Plymouth. Free Wi-Fi access.
    Unmundane Arts Bread Bakery: 1166 NH Route 175 Campton. Free Wi-Fi access.
    Pease Public Library: 1 Russell St. Plymouth. Free computer access for residents.
    Lincoln Public Library: 22 Church St. Lincoln. Free Wi-Fi and computer access.

    Cell Phone Coverage
    Plymouth: 3G cell phone coverage.
    Ashland: Coverage in town.
    Bristol: Coverage in town.
    New Hampton: Coverage in town.
    Holderness: Coverage in town.
    Lincoln: Coverage in town.
    Woodstock: Coverage in town.
    Campton: Coverage in town.
    Waterville Valley: Coverage in town.
    Hebron: Coverage in town.