While we may already be thinking about warmer days ahead, some Martha’s Vineyard experiences are so magical, they’re just as great in the middle of winter as they are in the summer.
On Point Blogger Guinevere Cramer just took a group of family and friends out to explore Cedar Tree Neck Sanctuary. If you’ve never visited this stunning stretch of conservation land on the north shore of the island, it’s a classic Vineyard experience that belongs on everyone’s MV bucket list.
Cedar Tree Neck At A Glance
- 400 Acres
- Woodland and Waterfront Walking Trails
- Part of Sheriff’s Meadow Conservation Properties
Guinevere is now a veteran Cedar Tree Neck visitor and guide, but here’s a look at her first visit. The Vineyard is full of natural beauty and thousands of acres of conservation land, most of which is open for exploring.
Other Places To Explore
In addition to Sheriff’s Meadow, check out conservation land owned or managed by these other conservation groups: