Three Ponds Reservation

Edgartown, Massachusetts

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This ride visits three ponds of varying sizes: tiny Buttonbush Pond hidden away in north Farm, scenic Brine’s Pond which features an island of beetlebung trees perched in its center, and Cape Poge Bay, one of the largest bodies of water on Martha’s Vineyard. Make sure you bring mosquito repellent along with a bathing suit and water shoes if you want to cool off in Cape Poge Bay. At North Neck Road, you have a choice of whether to ride for a quartermile on a dirt road or on a path. The path begins on the left side of the road and after 0.1 mile, crosses to the right side. Because the path on the right side is significantly higher than the road, be prepared to hoist your bike.
Discover Matha's Vineyard

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Discover Matha's Vineyard

by Lee Sinai (Appalachian Mountain Club Books)

This ride visits three ponds of varying sizes: tiny Buttonbush Pond hidden away in north Farm, scenic Brine’s Pond which features an island of beetlebung trees perched in its center, and Cape Poge Bay, one of the largest bodies of water on Martha’s Vineyard. Make sure you bring mosquito repellent along with a bathing suit and water shoes if you want to cool off in Cape Poge Bay.

At North Neck Road, you have a choice of whether to ride for a quartermile on a dirt road or on a path. The path begins on the left side of the road and after 0.1 mile, crosses to the right side. Because the path on the right side is significantly higher than the road, be prepared to hoist your bike.

©  Lee Sinai/Appalachian Mountain Club Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Edgartown
Distance: 4.3
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy
Season: Best Spring through Fall
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Three Ponds Reservation

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