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Martha’s Vineyard Massachusetts

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Aquinnah, Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, Tisbury Vineyard Haven, West Tisbury, Chilmark.

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Martha’s Vineyard Massachusetts


Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

Just south of Cape Cod, Massachusetts is the island of Martha’s Vineyard.   You can only arrive there by ferry or plane, just check for the different ports that leave from Cape Cod and times. One company to check is the  Martha’s Vineyard is 7 miles from Cape Cod (which makes for an enjoyable ferry ride).  Because the island is a very popular summer destination, it is highly recommended to make reservations for the ferry, especially if you plan on taking your car. The island prefers visitors not taking their car, but to see the island by walking, biking (rentals are available), shuttle/bus service or taxi. Six towns make up Martha’s Vineyard: Oak Bluffs, Edgartown, Vineyard Haven, West Tisbury, Chilmark and Aquinnah. Each town is unique, with so much to offer, from beaches, boating, biking & hiking trails, museums, art galleries and array of fantastic restaurants (don’t leave without having tasted a lobster roll). There is something for every age group. Just a little high light from each town: Oak Bluffs has the oldest carousel in America that is still operating. Edgartown had the first settlement on the island. Vineyard Haven has a lot of maritime history dating back to the 1800’s. West Tisbury host the annual popular Agricultural Fair every August. Chilmark has the hills and pastures and beautiful sunsets. Aquinnah is where you can purchase hand-made native items and view the Cliffs from the Aquinnah Lighthouse. 

Martha’s Vineyard Massachusetts

How to get to Martha’s Vineyard by ferry.

For those taking the ferry you will leave from Woods Hole, Cape Cod terminal to either Oak Bluffs or Vineyard Haven for a 35 minute to 1 hour ride while taking in the beautiful views.

Parking lots are located in walking distance to the ferry dock for $20.00 per day (cash only) or valet parking that is dockside for $30.00 per day (cash only). Vineyard Haven or Oak Bluffs is where you will disembark following your cruise across the Vineyard Sound. Once there you can use the public buses. Fares can be purchased on the bus, whether it be single or full days, also multi-day passes are for purchase. There are many places to rent a bicycle, jeep or smart car or you can bring your bicycle on the ferry with you for a fee.  The Steamship Authority that leaves from Woods Hole is the ferry that allows cars. Depending on the size of your vehicle, the prices start at $180 plus a charge for each person over the age of 2 traveling in the car.  Reservations are highly recommended during the season, especially if bringing your car.  For more info go to:

If you want to fly to Martha’s Vineyard, it is possible with Cape Air (800-227-3247).  There is year-round service from Hyannis, Cape Cod.