Poucha Pond

Edgartown, Massachusetts

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One can paddle in the open pond or weave in and out of the salt marsh, a favorite nesting and feeding spot for a variety of shorebirds, such as kingfishers, great blue herons, American oystercatchers, herring gulls, cormorants, and snowy egrets. Poucha Pond borders two conservation areas: Wasque reservation and Poucha Pond reservation. Wasque offers hiking trails, picnic benches and the opportunity to jump the waves on the south coast or swim off the calmer eastern shore.

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"One can paddle in the open pond or weave in and out of the salt marsh, a favorite nesting and feeding spot for a variety of shorebirds, such as kingfishers, great blue herons, American oystercatchers, herring gulls, cormorants, and snowy egrets.

Poucha Pond borders two conservation areas: Wasque reservation and Poucha Pond reservation. Wasque offers hiking trails, picnic benches and the opportunity to jump the waves on the south coast or swim off the calmer eastern shore."

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Edgartown
Distance: 1.4
Skill Level: Easy
Class: Class I
Season: Best Spring through Fall
Driving Directions: Directions to Poucha Pond

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May 2018