It’s no wonder you often hear people reminiscing about childhood vacations spent on
The Vineyard is in no short supply of fresh air and quiet or energy burning activities!
Martha’s Vineyard as the Island is a wonderful place for children of all ages. We'll help you plan a Vineyard vacation that will leave you and your children with memories to last a lifetime.
Hiking is fun for all! Be sure to pick up a map of the Land Bank and Trustee of Reservation properties. Over one-third of the
Biking and jogging trails are all over the
For those that are water oriented, many charter boats offer half-day or daylong fishing trips and there’s also no shortage on day cruises. Motorboat, sailboat, jet ski, and kayak rentals are found mainly in the three major villages. Island Water Sports and Wind’s Up are good places to check with about rentals, and Mad Max is a popular Catamaran tour out of Edgartown. A cocktail sail at sunset on Magic Carpet is not to be missed.
Fishing, clamming, crabbing, and just plain poking around in our ponds, bays and ocean are a favorite past time for kids of all ages! Explore on your own or call Sandcastle ay 508-627-5665 for guidance.
The FARM Institute at Katama Farms in Edgartown is another great stop for the wee little farmers right on up to the big, adult farmers, of tomorrow. An educational farm, with summer day camp programs for all ages, it gets children and adults actively involved in and excited about learning about sustainable agriculture and healthy eating.
Also look into the Flying Horses in Oak Bluffs (the nation’s oldest carousel), Nip'n Tuck Farms for hay rides, Polly Hill Arboretum for budding horticulturists, Island Alpaca Company for fuzzy fun, or Mini-Golf atThese are just a few things to keep you happy! Come and play!
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