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Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge

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Convenient Pick up for a tour not to be missed

While visiting Martha`s Vineyard we wanted to go to Chappaquiddick without taking a vehicle. We... read more

Reviewed 6 October 2017
Ridgeway, Canada

Visiting every one of the 116 Trustees of Reservations locations. This one was very nice, but... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2017
dave d
Bradford, Massachusetts
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Explore this magnificent barrier beach with its sandy shoreline, expansive salt marsh, beautiful salt pond, and unique colony of hardy red cedars.
Dike Road, Chappaquiddick Island, Martha's Vineyard, MA 02539
+1 508-627-3599
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Reviewed 6 October 2017

While visiting Martha`s Vineyard we wanted to go to Chappaquiddick without taking a vehicle. We took advantage of the Cape Poge Lighthouse Tours. It was an adventure! The Trustee group that guides the tour offer complimentary van pickup on the Chappy side of the Chappy...More

2  Thank HarperLeeFan
Reviewed 13 September 2017

Visiting every one of the 116 Trustees of Reservations locations. This one was very nice, but tough for a runner (like me). I ran 6 miles but it was tough. The sand is very soft. Amazing beach and this late in the season we had...More

Thank dave d
Reviewed 17 October 2016

So we knew that there was a 5th lighthouse to see on Chappaquiddick and then learned there was an open house going on at the lighthouse from 10a-2p one day during our stay on MV. It was off season (post Columbus Day) but we had...More

1  Thank snow_beach
Reviewed 15 July 2016 via mobile

Wanting to get out of town and try's new beach, we headed over to Chappaquiddick to visit the Cape Pogue beach today, and loved it. The beach is about a half-mile walk from the parking lot so come prepared to carry your stuff to the...More

Thank hopepostkids
Reviewed 3 July 2016

Lovely beach at the end of the road, approach across the infamous bridge and a beautiful marsh. Many shells here.

Thank MajorNYC
Reviewed 10 June 2016

Did not see much wildlife, but the ocean views and dunes were beautiful. Some areas closed due to nesting

Thank CapeSharon
Reviewed 3 October 2015

Our guide, Dick, was super. The ride was great in the all terrain vehicle...a couple of hours into wonderfully pristine and beautiful scenery. $25 per person, in season only, and worth every cent. Bring mosquito spray...those little critters fly fast, even invading a moving, open...More

1  Thank chuckiek
Reviewed 28 September 2015

Went on the lighthouse tour offered by thetrustees.org, the group that maintains the nature preserve. You ride on benches (shaded) in the back of a pickup truck, so be prepared for some bumps. The 2-hour tour heads along the beach, bay, and dunes to the...More

2  Thank Dave S
Reviewed 5 September 2015

If you decide to do the kayaking tour and you're new to MV, let me give you some advice. Now this is all stuff that I really WISH the people at the Refuge (the Trustees they're called) had TOLD ME. 1. In order to get...More

1  Thank Jimibell
Reviewed 28 August 2015

Annual Trip out to the Vineyard was going so so, until my wife called across to The Trustees and booked the Light House Tour. I cannot say enough about how accommodating the entire Trustee Team was...from picking us up at the ferry, to taking us...More

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