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What is the second highest point on Martha’s vineyard?
Experience the drama of a rocky shoreline and scenic vistas across Vineyard Sound to the Elizabeth Islands from the second-highest point on the island. Like all of Martha’s Vineyard, Menemsha Hills was crushed, carved, and shaped by thousands of years of glacial advance and retreat.
What makes Menemsha Hills unique?
Like all of Martha’s Vineyard, Menemsha Hills was crushed, carved, and shaped by thousands of years of glacial advance and retreat. Today an array of mini-environments comprise a rugged, pleasant landscape: low wetlands, woodland groves leading to a hilltop, wind-blasted coastal plains, a rocky ocean edge, and 308-foot Prospect Hill.
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Menemsha Hills

Menemsha Hills is a protected nature reserve located on Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts in the town of Chilmark. The property is owned by The Trustees of Reservations through three grants of land, the first in 1966. The reserve is adjacent to another Trustees property, The Brickyard. 

Address: 345 North Rd,

                Chilmark, MA 02535

Phone: (508) 693-3678

Website: Menemsha Hills – The Trustees of Reservations