In 1835, members of a church decided to use this part of the island for a summer meeting. Each year, the meeting became more ... More
In 1835, members of a church decided to use this part of the island for a summer meeting. Each year, the meeting became more and more popular. Soon, members of the congregation built cottages and stayed longer. Eventually, their "gingerbread" cottages filled the entire 34 acres and the town of Oak Bluffs was formed. Today, Oak Bluffs, on the northern shore of Martha's Vineyard, is a resort town with shops and restaurants. The beaches and walking and biking trails are a big attraction. To this day, it is still the home of an annual religious revival.
In the 1800s, religious camps were popular on the island. As popularity increased, this open air wrought iron structure was
built, which is believed to be the largest of its kind in the US. With seating for 3,000 people ...
This restaurant has been a part of Martha's Vineyard for more than 70 years. You will find everything from pasta
and sirloin, to fried clams and scallops on the menu at Giordano's, but it is best known for fabulous ...
Simply stepping inside this 1872 Victorian reveals where it gets the name. Much of the walls, ceilings and antique furniture
are made of fine, well preserved oak, creating a perfect atmosphere for the inn's nautical theme. Outside, the pastel ...
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