Burn Permits needed, Select Board meeting, Camp Plymouth State Park News ~ Margo’s Plymouth report

Reprinted with permission from The Vermont Standard


The weather was delightful again this weekend, although a bit cooler on Sunday than previous days. That full week of rain helped to mitigate the dry conditions, but I think we could use some gentle showers now. Don’t forget that burn permits are needed – contact Forest Fire Warden, Joseph Rebideau at (802) 672-5148.

I hope that everyone had an enjoyable Mother’s Day. I want to thank my family for helping me sift through some of the items in my garage and taking a truckload away! We only made a dent, but it is a start.

Something has been setting off my driveway alarm around 9 PM each night. I was finally able to see that it is a fox, who looks nice and healthy with a beautiful fluffy tail.

There is a Select Board meeting tonight at 6 PM. You can find the agenda on the town website. The town is still one person short on the highway dept staff. Applications are being accept by the Town Clerk.

Tiffany and Chris are readying Camp Plymouth State Park to open on Friday, 5/26 at 10 AM 

Here is the latest from them: We are getting ready to welcome all of you for a great season at Camp Plymouth State Park!  Day use begins daily at 10am and ends at sunset through October 1st.  Prices this year are:  Adult 14+: $5, Child 4-13: $2, Child 0-3: Free.  Passes are a great way to save and punch cards are an excellent choice if you are an every-so-often visitor. 

The playground has been repaired and is OPEN! Dogs are allowed in the park, on the grass, on a leash. Ask staff for areas where dogs can swim.

Concessions and boat rentals will be operating. The hours will vary slightly throughout the season. Generally rentals will start at 11am. Concession items will be similar to last year: ice creams, drinks, snacks. 

Fork in the Road food truck will be here Saturday and Sunday opening weekend! They will have their famous street fries with cabbage mint slaw and garlic mayo – a must try They will be here on select dates the remainder of the summer. 

Cottage guests will be pleased to know the cottages had some wonderful interior work done this winter! There might even be a few dates left to rent.

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