Sheriff’s Meadow Says:
The Vineyard Sound waves beat against the rocky shoreline, beach grasses bend before salt-laden breezes, stunted American beeches bear wooden witness to a constant, sculpting wind, fresh water tumbles down a rocky stream bed to meet the sea. One finds these scenes at Cedar Tree Neck Sanctuary, along with excellent examples of the habitats and vistas that make Martha’s Vineyard such a special place. A one-time visitor here can get a sense of the varied natural endowment of the Vineyard; a seasoned naturalist could spend a lifetime pursuing the secrets of the Sanctuary’s diverse flora and fauna.
Click here for the Sheriff’s Meadow’s Trail Map.
Getting there: Follow Indian Hill Road from State Road 1.3 miles. Turn Right at Obed Daggett Road (top of hill) and follow the signs.