Running straight through the sandy flatlands of scrub oak and the state forest, this is West Tisbury’s main middle class neighborhood, full of children, dogs, carpenters and fishermen, many of whom built their own homes in the 1980s when the town was a magnet for young families. The subdivisions back up to the state forest with its many miles of bike paths and hiking trails bordered by low bush blueberries. Whippoorwill Farm, the West Tisbury School, Nat’s Farm and Scotchman’s Bridge Lane all lie off Old County Road.

 

 

 

Old County Road in the News

In Farm Shuffle, Whippoorwill Will Return to Old County Road with its CSA Program

West Tisbury Town Meeting To Mull $3 Million to Pave Roads

Habitat Breaks Ground at Bailey Park

The Value of Forestlands