If you are planning a trip to Martha’s Vineyard, whether it is a family vacation, a romantic weekend getaway or maybe a special event or even a wedding you have come to the right place.
Let me introduce myself, I’m Trey, I have been coming to Martha’s Vineyard with my family for many years now. We have explored and stayed in all of the five towns that make up the island of Martha’s Vineyard. We have also investigated all the interesting things that make a vacation on Martha’s Vineyard unique. Here you will find information and our experiences on the Island that will help you plan a great vacation or event on Martha’s Vineyard. Martha’s Vineyard offers varied landscapes, distinctly different towns and all levels of activity or inactivity. Take a look below at a few of the things you can do and some interesting facts about the Island.
Go to the Beaches, swim in a lake, bike, hike, walk, beach comb, sight see, sail, relax at a spa, visit a winery. There’s more… Fly in a biplane, ride a scooter, cruise on a catamaran, fish, try fly fishing or deep sea fishing, take a historical tour, follow the black heritage trail, learn the history of Martha’s Vineyard. Find out about the Camp Meeting Society and how it gave rise to the town of Oak Bluffs, whale watch, try kite boarding, go to an old time agricultural fair, watch a parade, Kayak, canoe, enjoy beautiful gardens, and go on a garden tour in Edgartown,re live movie history, The movie Jaws and little jaws cottage, trace historical figure’s roots Moby Dick, and the “Gay header” visit the Wampanoag Indian Tribe, learn about Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’s former summer home in Aquinnah, learn about sword fishing by harpoon, visit the island of Chappaquiddick ,was Shakespeare’s play “The Tempest” really based on Chappaquiddick? Ted Kennedy and the infamous Chappaquiddick bridge, Mulder, from the TV show the X files; did you know he was from Chilmark? The unique history of sign language and the deaf community on Martha’s Vineyard, see the lighthouses of Martha’s Vineyard, take a sail boat ride around Edgartown Harbor or sail on one of the square riggers in Vineyard Haven for the afternoon or over night. How about Croquet? join in a game but don’t forget your whites.
Does anything above sound like it would be fun or interesting? if so then lets get started planning your trip.