Martha’s Vineyard is the third largest island on the East Coast of the United States,
offering activities for young and old: leisurely sightseeing and birding, strolling along
one of many pristine beaches, bicycling or hiking on miles of trails, or kayaking or canoeing
in an ocean paradise. Martha’s Vineyard constantly thrills visitors with its ever-changing landscape.
From the majestic red clay Aquinnah Cliffs, to breathtakingly beautiful beaches, to freshwater
ponds and meadows, every day brings brilliant colors and vistas to explore.
For those who enjoy shopping, Martha’s Vineyard is a shopper’s paradise. From unique craft and souvenir shops to Native American jewelry and Antiques to the largest Farmer’s Markets in Massachusetts - Martha’s Vineyard has it all!
There are restaurants to please the most discriminating diner as well as sandwiches, pastries, famous ice cream shoppes and fried meals-to-go!
Tour buses meet every ferry. Tour guides will keep you entertained with their local color for 2½ hour guided tours. Or better yet – explore the island on your own! Plenty of bikes and mopeds for rent or make the most of the MV Regional Transit Authority’s comprehensive Island shuttle service.
Sippewissett is the closest campground to the Martha’s Vineyard ferries. Camp at Sippewissett and experience the charm of Old Cape Cod and the intrigue of the Islands. We are ticket agents for both the Island Queen and the Steamship Authority ferries, and we even offer free shuttle service to the ferry terminals, once daily. From Falmouth, it is an enjoyable 35-45 minute ferry ride to Martha’s Vineyard.