DWG Map Martha’s Vineyard Massachusetts US

Martha’s Vineyard, located in Massachusetts, is known for its natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities. The island offers several nature parks and preserves that allow visitors to experience the diverse landscapes and ecosystems of this region. Here are some of the notable nature parks and their descriptions on Martha’s Vineyard:

  1. Manuel F. Correllus State Forest:
    • This is the largest public forest in Massachusetts, covering over 5,300 acres on the island.
    • The forest offers numerous hiking and biking trails that wind through woodlands and heathlands, providing opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts to explore and enjoy the island’s natural beauty.
    • Birdwatching, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing are also popular activities in the state forest.
    • The “Red Trail” and “Blue Trail” are well-marked paths that offer scenic views and lead to remote ponds.
  2. Long Point Wildlife Refuge:
    • Managed by The Trustees of Reservations, Long Point Wildlife Refuge is a protected area on the south shore of Martha’s Vineyard.
    • The refuge features sandy beaches, dunes, salt marshes, and woodlands, providing diverse habitats for wildlife.
    • Visitors can enjoy hiking along trails that lead to the beach, where they can swim, sunbathe, or go birdwatching.
    • It is a great place to spot migratory birds, shorebirds, and other wildlife.
  3. Mytoi Garden:
    • Located on Chappaquiddick Island, Mytoi Garden is a unique Japanese-style garden maintained by The Trustees of Reservations.
    • The garden offers a peaceful retreat with winding paths, wooden bridges, ponds, and exotic plantings.
    • It is a serene place for a leisurely stroll, meditation, or simply enjoying the beauty of the garden’s design and carefully chosen flora.
  4. Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary:
    • Run by Mass Audubon, Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary is situated on the island’s eastern side, near the town of Edgartown.
    • The sanctuary comprises a variety of habitats, including salt marshes, woodlands, and meadows.
    • Visitors can explore the network of trails, take part in educational programs, and observe the diverse birdlife and wildlife that call the sanctuary home.
    • The onsite Nature Center provides educational exhibits and activities for visitors of all ages.

These nature parks and preserves on Martha’s Vineyard offer a wide range of outdoor experiences, from hiking and wildlife viewing to tranquil garden walks and beach outings. They provide an opportunity to connect with the island’s natural surroundings and appreciate its diverse ecosystems.

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