For paddlers exploring Sengekontacket Pond or birdwatchers on the dawn patrol, this seventeen acre oasis is a perfect waypoint.
From the Land Bank’s description: Some 1100 feet of pondshore are conserved here, as well as sloping grasslands, salt marsh and a freshwater pond. It is a pocket of pastoral land in an otherwise suburbanized area. Notable here are the short-distance views of Felix Neck on the opposite shore of Majors Cove, the long-distance views of Cape Poge and the thick patch of switchgrass near the water’s edge. Rare plants include bristly foxtail and eastern gama-grass.
Getting there: Head on County road .9 miles from where it meets the Edgartown-VH road and take a right onto the Pulpit Rock road. Take the second dirt road on the right .3 miles down.
For more information, visit the official Land Bank Website. Also, be sure to check out their cool map.