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12.8 acres

The wildlands at Menemsha Neck are low and salt-blasted. Their bleakness is endearing.  Note that the property is inaccessible but for a long beach hike along the Menemsha Pond, which endears in an entirely different way. 

nature study, hiking, picnicking, horseback-riding, dog-walking (town by-law requires leashing at all times), scenic vista

Park at the terminus of the Lobsterville Road and walk easterly up the beach 1.2 miles.  An Aquinnah parking sticker may be required, depending on the season or time. 


Trail / Property Map

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