Myles Standish Complex RMP

Resource Management Plan Project Underway
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The Myles Standish Complex is a collection of properties and other DCR assets.  The Complex provides a variety of functions of public benefit, including commemorating and interpreting the settlement of the Pilgrims in the Plymouth area; providing habitat for rare species and ecosystems; offering public access to coastline; camping and freshwater swimming opportunities; and protecting pre- and post-contact archaeological resources that facilitate understanding of the region’s past.

Properties under DCR ownership within the Myles Standish Complex are:

* Note that a 2011 RMP for the Myles Standish Planning Unit will remain the guiding policy and planning document for DCR management of Myles Standish State Forest.  

Public input is an integral component of the RMP process, and provides a forum within the RMP to enhance communication cooperation with park visitors, partners, and surrounding communities. On December 10, 2013, DCR hosted a public meeting at the Plymouth Public Library to solicit input regarding recreation, stewardship of resources, and park facilities. 


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