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Martha's Vineyard is a very popular New England vacation destination, and the Martha's Vineyard Family Campground is a convenient place to go RV camping while enjoying the area. It's located just south of Vineyard Haven, right along Lagoon Pond, with picturesque views and a charming atmosphere. The island of Martha's Vineyard is located just off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. It is accessible by ferry from Wood's Hole, and you can bring your vehicle along with you on the boat for an additional fee. It is located roughly three hours' drive from Boston and two hours' drive from Providence, Rhode Island.
Martha's Vineyard Family Campground offers beautiful wooded campsites. The RV sites accommodate vehicles up to 40 feet, and most have 30 amp electrical hookups, water hookups, and sewage hookups. All sites have access to Wi-Fi, and premium RV sites have access to cable TV. There are indoor restrooms with hot water showers available. There is a coin-operated laundry as well as a camp store where you can pick up any essentials you need. There are plenty of recreational activities available while camping at Martha's Vineyard Family Campground. There is a playground available for children, as well as basketball and volleyball courts. Adults can rent bikes to ride around the island. There is also a rec room for the days when you want to be indoors. At night, you can opt to make bonfires in the communal fire pits.
One of the most popular things to do on Martha's Vineyard is to go to the beach. The weather is typically quite pleasant in the summer, and the picturesque beaches are the perfect place to relax. Eastville Beach is the closest beach to the campground and is a very pleasant place to go swimming. There is also a much larger beach in Edgartown called State Beach. This beach has very mild waters, making it a good place for families. There are kayak and paddleboard rentals nearby if you want to get active out on the water.
Biking is another very popular activity to enjoy while you camp in an RV near Martha's Vineyard. There are bike trails all over the island, and it's a very fun way to get from place to place while taking in the scenery. Manuel F. Correllus State Forest is located near the campsite and has several bike paths. For a longer bike ride, you can explore the loop from Vineyard Haven to Oak Bluffs and Edgartown. This is one of the most efficient ways to explore the area and get a workout in.
When you book an RV in Dukes County, you should also make sure to stroll the gorgeous gardens in the area. The Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary is run by Audubon and is a great place to see local wildlife in its natural habitat. Polly Hill Arboretum is home to stunning botanical gardens with rare species of trees and flowers. Finally, the Mytoi Japanese Garden provides a peaceful refuge in the middle of the forest.
Martha's Vineyard has a rich history, and you can really take advantage of it when renting an RV near Martha's Vineyard Family Campground. You're just a short drive or bike ride away from the Martha's Vineyard Museum, which features fascinating historical exhibits detailing life on the island from pre-Colonial times to now. The Featherstone Center for the Arts is also located very close to the campground, and you can take art classes there and see exhibitions by local artists.
If you take a short drive to the east side of the island, you can see Flying Horses, which is a restored and working carousel from the late 19th century. In that area, you can also visit East Chop Lighthouse, which is one of five historic lighthouses on the island. The others include the Gay Head Lighthouse and Edgartown Harbor Light, all of which you can visit seasonally for tours.
Near the campground, there are several restaurants that are perfect for a night out. Seafood is very popular here, but you will find other dining options too. For even more culinary selection, you can venture over to Edgartown and Oak Bluffs. All three towns also have several great places to enjoy wine and beer. There are also grocery stores in town where you can pick up cooking essentials. If you need to refuel your vehicle, there is a gas station in Vineyard Haven too. Motorhome camping near Martha's Vineyard brings together the rustic charm of the New England countryside and the accessibility of a bustling vacation destination.