The pristine Parker River National Wildlife Refuge encompasses the majority of Plum Island, consisting of nearly 4,700 acres of protected land.
With over 300 species of birds, primarily in the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, one of the most popular things to do on Plum Island is to go bird-watching.
The easternmost edge of Plum Island consists of an 11-mile-long strip of sandy beach that’s divided into three beautiful beaches.
Built in 1788, the original lighthouse was the 13th to be constructed in the United States.
Mad Martha's Cafe, Bob Lobster and Plum Island Beachcoma are a few of the restaurants to check out.