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28.0 acres

A cooperative acquisition between the town of Edgartown and the land bank, this land was conserved because of its superior soils — which would have been wasted by mere suburban development.  Trails loop around the field and connect out to the Herring Creek Road, the Katama Road and Crocker Drive. 


hiking, mountain-biking, horseback-riding, dog-walking, cross-country skiing, farming, scenic vista. 

Park on the shoulder of the Herring Creek Road 0.9 miles past its split with the Katama Road.


Trail / Property Map

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