Menemsha Station House

Open to the public

Currently used as a(n) USCG Station - Seasonal (Small) Station

The Menemsha Station House was built in 1937

This Roosevelt Station House was designed by U.S. Coast Guard (P.H.P. & D.K.R)


This station building's condition is Good


This station building is not endangered or threatened


This building was Moved (while in service as an active station)

Station still active. Station house survives and is a seasonal (small) station under Station Woods Hole.

Station house was built on Cuttyhunk Island, MA as USCG Station Cuttyhunk. When the station closed in 1952 it was moved by barge to Chilmark on Martha’s Vineyard to become the station house for USCG Station Menemsha. 1941 boathouse destroyed by fire on 7/12/2010 but was rebuilt in 2014 with a design that was similar the original one.


Open to the public  - By Appointment

2 Edys Island Way
Chilmark MA 02535

(508) 645-2661

Owner Information

Town of Chilmark, MA
401 Middle Road
P.O. Box 119
Chilmark, MA 02535-0119

(508) 645-2101

[email protected]

If you have questions, please contact:

Timothy Carroll
Executive Secretary