Lobsterville is a calm, quiet spot with good shells, good fall fishing, and occasional sea glass. It’s a great beach for a long walk. In the 1960’s it very nearly became a giant condominium development, which lead to the formation of the Vineyard Conservation Society and one of the earliest large scale preservation efforts on the Island.
The Beach Expert Says:
Lobsterville is favored by families with little kiddies and fisherman types. Get there early — the coveted parking spots go fast — some for AQ residents and some for outsiders.
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