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Long Point Wildlife Refuge

#10 of 18 things to do in West Tisbury Features Animals
Vineyard Haven, West Tisbury, Martha's Vineyard, MA 02568
+1 508-693-7392
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The best beach on the vineyard...if you're wearing clothes.

The drive in to Long Point wildlife refuge is beautiful. A fairly long walk from the very small... read more

Reviewed July 31, 2015
RobMcG-77
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Columbia, Connecticut
a gorgeous, uncrowded beach - even 4th of July weekend!

This is a beach that is owned by the conservation organization called the Trustees of Reservations... read more

Reviewed July 29, 2015
barclaybear
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Louisville
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Jul 31, 2015
“The best beach on the vineyard...if you're wearing clothes.”
Jul 29, 2015
“a gorgeous, uncrowded beach - even 4th of July weekend!”
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Vineyard Haven, West Tisbury, Martha's Vineyard, MA 02568
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Reviewed July 31, 2015

The drive in to Long Point wildlife refuge is beautiful. A fairly long walk from the very small parking area brings you to a fresh water pond on one side, the Atlantic Ocean on the other. Kids? Stay on the lake side, as the ocean...More

2  Thank RobMcG-77
Reviewed July 29, 2015

This is a beach that is owned by the conservation organization called the Trustees of Reservations - the oldest in the world. One must pay to visit this beach - that pays for the maintenance of the dunes and bird nesting areas. A yearly membership...More

Thank barclaybear
Reviewed July 9, 2015

Yeah you have to pay to get in but what do you get? A long stretch of amazing beach with very few people on it. Most people stay by the beach entrance near the ponds. We walked about 5 minutes down the beach and didn't...More

Thank CrisFM7
Reviewed July 30, 2013

A fun drive on dirt roads brings you to a really beautiful beach. Good surf for older kids. I consider the surf on this beach easier to manage than South Beach because you're able to touch bottom. The drop off to being over your head...More

3  Thank blc4
Reviewed July 7, 2013

While visiting the vineyard for a week with my husband and father (in his mid 80's) we went to South Beach 5 days and Long Point 1 day. We enjoyed seeing the differences in these two beautiful beaches but found Long Point, which cost $19...More

4  Thank JennyPeter
Reviewed November 30, 2012

Just go before 10 am or the really best time is after 2:30. This is for the peak July/August summer times. The best part is that they have a pond for little kids (and I mean little) to splash around in, as well as the...More

1  Thank Jim G
Reviewed July 28, 2012

This is a public beach, but access is limited both by its somewhat remote location at the end of a long drive from the main road as well as an admission fee since it is part of the preserved areas maintained by the Trustees of...More

1  Thank James S
Reviewed August 7, 2011

It was perfectly situated to the place we rented for the week and although the beach was always busy - it was presented with generous proportions if you do not mind walking a bit to the left one can obtain solitude. The beach is part...More

3  Thank callme
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