Martha's Vineyard Blog

Edgartown lighthouse in the spring

The beginning of April is a slower, more peaceful period and an ideal retreat for visitors needing a quiet sanctuary before the island activity picks up. Indulge in off-season activities and fully experience the shift from winter’s lull to summer’s excitement!  Whether you want to view the eccentric appeal of the gingerbread houses or the tranquility of the Polly Hill Arboretum, you can bask in the beauty of nature to welcome the spring. 

Martha's Vineyard Summer Activities

Martha’s Vineyard is the ideal family vacation destination, providing a place to relax as well as many activities and attractions for the whole family. Keeping your kids entertained during a vacation can sometimes be difficult, so we’ve compiled a list of local attractions and activities so that they can experience the fun on Martha’s Vineyard.

Martha's Vineyard is renowned for its stunning scenery. From bike trails and hiking paths to whale-watching tours, there are plenty of ways for vacationers to explore this vacation paradise in the summer. Here are some of our Top Reasons to Get Away to Martha's Vineyard this Summer!


Lobster roll from Offshore Ale Brewing Company

If there's one thing Martha's Vineyard cooks up really well, it's a fresh lobster roll. Restaurants and take-out joints throughout the island put their own special twist on this classic seafood dish, making it hard to choose which one to try first. To help you with this very important decision, we've picked out the 7 best spots to get a lobster roll on Martha's Vineyard.