Directions

By Car

Directions to main campus (please see department directions beneath these main instructions)

Campus Parking Map (pdf)

Albany, New York– I-90E (Mass. Pike) to I-495N.  I-93N to Exit 25, Plymouth. Right at end of ramp, ¼ mile to roundabout.  Through roundabout to South Main Street (Route 3). Plymouth State University is on the right.

Boston, Massachusetts – I-93N to Exit 25, Plymouth.  Right at end of ramp, ¼ mile to roundabout. Through roundabout to South Main Street (Route 3). Plymouth State University is on the right.

Burlington, Vermont (and upstate New York) – I-89S to Exit 17.  Rt. 4E to Rt. 118, Canaan, to Rt. 25E. Six miles to traffic circle, continue three miles on Rt. 25 (Tenney Mountain Highway) through two lights. Take first exit after third light. Right at end of ramp, 1 mile to roundabout. Through roundabout to South Main Street (Route 3). Plymouth State University is on the right.

Hartford, Connecticut – Rt. I-84E to I-90E (Mass. Pike).  Exit I-495N to I-93N to Exit 25, Plymouth.  Right at end of ramp, ¼ mile to roundabout.  Through roundabout to South Main Street (Route 3). Plymouth State University is on the right.

New York City (points south) – I-287N to I-684N to I-84E to  I-90E.  Exit I-495N to I-93N, to Exit 25, Plymouth.  Right at end of ramp, ¼ mile to roundabout.  Through roundabout to South Main Street (Route 3). Plymouth State University is on the right.

Portland, Maine– I-95 to Exit 47 to Rt. 25 W to Meredith. Rt. 3S to Route 104W to I-93N to Exit 25, Plymouth.  Right at end of ramp, ¼ mile to roundabout.  Through roundabout to South Main Street (Route 3). Plymouth State University is on the right.

Providence, Rhode Island – I-95N around Boston to Exit 37.  I-93N to Exit 25, Plymouth.  Right at end of ramp, ¼ mile to roundabout.  Through roundabout to South Main Street (Route 3). Plymouth State University is on the right.

Worcester, Massachusetts – I-290E to I-495N to I-93N Exit 25, Plymouth.  Right at end of ramp, ¼ mile to roundabout.  Through roundabout to South Main Street (Route 3). Plymouth State University is on the right.

Directions to Undergraduate Admission Office, Center for the Environment, and Center for Rural Partnerships (Russell House)

Follow the directions above to South Main Street.  Take a right at the Plymouth Post Office onto Highland Street.  Russell House will be half way up the hill on the left before Lamson Library.  Limited parking is available behind Russell House.

Directions to the College of Graduate Studies

Follow the directions above to South Main Street. Take a right at the Plymouth Post Office onto Highland Street. The College of Graduate Studies is in the second building on the right (Highland Hall, 2nd floor).

Directions to the Silver Center for the Arts

Follow the directions above to South Main Street.  Take the first right hand turn after the roundabout.  The Silver Center is on the right.  Parking is available in the first parking lot on the right

Directions to the Hartman Union Building (HUB)

Follow directions above to the roundabout.  Through roundabout to High Street. Proceed up High Street  to the top of the hill.  Hartman Union Building will be on your left just past the Alumni Green.

By Bus

Daily service to and from Boston’s South Station provided by Concord Coach Lines. Call 1.800.639.3317.

By Shuttle

Door-to-door shuttle service in the immediate area—including Manchester Airport, Boston Airport, and area train stations—is available through Mountain View Shuttle, 603.536.4090, mtnviewshuttle@gmail.com.

By Air

Flights to Manchester, New Hampshire airport.  Vehicle rentals available.

Things to Do: Inn-to-Inn Bike Tour

National Geographic Adventure New Hampshire Bike Tour

New Hampshire has “some of the prettiest roads for cycling in the U.S.—or any other country, for that matter,” according to National Geographic Adventure.

On the List: 50 Best Places to Live

In naming Plymouth among their 2008 list of “50 Best Places to Live: The Next Great Adventure Towns,” National Geographic Adventure noted “Life in Plymouth is like a master class in recreation.”