The island of Martha’s Vineyard promises a unique experience to visitors of all ages and from all over the world. Beautiful beaches ring the Island’s edge, while the inland is crisscrossed with lots of biking and walking trails, made all the more beautiful by the Island’s unique and distinctive vegetation. Charming lodging, casual and fine restaurants, a variety of cultural offerings, and endless activities fill Martha’s Vineyard’s six towns.
Being active on the Island is fun and easy. Biking on Martha’s Vineyard is a lovely experience because of the Island’s pristine and mostly flat bike paths that travel along coastlines, through wooded areas, and into towns. Fishing is also another popular activity. Local bait-and-tackle shops offer “in the know” tips on the best locations for angling, and fishing charters help visitors reel in a variety of the day’s catches. Other fun water activities include kayaking, paddle-boarding, wind surfing, parasailing, and — of course — simply relaxing on one of the Island’s gorgeous beaches.
Lodging on Martha’s Vineyard runs the gamut from luxurious hotels to a rustic campground, all the way to a seaside bed & breakfast that flies the Canadian flag year-round (Isabelle’s Beach House in Oak Bluffs). The Martha’s Vineyard Family Campground offers cabins, RV hook-ups, and wooded tent sites. And there are always rental properties available for longer stays or larger parties.
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