Plympton is a small town located in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, in the northeastern United States. The town covers an area of approximately 15 square miles (39 square kilometers) and has a population of around 3,000 people, according to the 2020 United States Census.

Plympton is a rural community characterized by rolling hills, forests, and wetlands. The town is primarily residential, with many of its residents commuting to nearby cities and towns for work. There are a few small businesses in the town, including a country store, a farm stand, and a few restaurants.

Historically, Plympton was primarily an agricultural community, and many farms and orchards still operate in the town today. Plympton has a strong general bylaw which requires detailed plan submissions for any earth removal in the town. Plympton recently denied an earth removal permit for SLT construction because the application did not meet their standards.