Lennox & Harvey, Refabulous, Vineyard Vines, Brickyard, Black Dog General Store, Night Heron Gallery, Granary Art Gallery, Stefanie Wolf, Louisa Gould Gallery, Bunch of Grapes Bookstore, Citrine, Nochi, Rainy Day and many more...
Hiking on Martha's Vineyard
Great trails at Long Point Refuge (West Tisbury), Great Rock Bight (Chilmark), Menemsha Hills (Chilmark), Caroline Tuthill Preserve (Edgartown), Felix Neck Wildlife Preserve (Vineyard Haven), Wilfred's Pond (Vineyard Haven), Cedar Tree Neck (West Tisbury)
Biking Martha's Vineyard
Great way to explore the island
Norton Point, Edgartown and Cape Poge, Chappaquiddick
Take an island tour or explore on your own and take in the Gingerbread Houses (Oak Bluffs), MV Museum (Vineyard Haven), Gay Head Light (Aquinnah), Menemsha Harbor (Chilmark), West Chop Lighthouse (Vineyard Haven), Mytoi Gardens (Chappaquiddick), Edgartown Lighthouse (Edgartown), Polly Hill Arboretum (West Tisbury), Alley's General Store (West Tisbury), Cape Poge Lighthouse (Chappaquiddick)
Sailing Martha's Vineyard
Lynne Fraker at Sail Ena offers day sails, sunset sails, half-day sails in a 34' classic wooden sloop, all from Vineyard Haven at Tashmoo harbor. Mad Max offers a catamaran experience out of Edgartown. The Black Dog tall ships offer a once in a lifetime sail aboard a wooden schooner right out of Vineyard Haven.
Year round Martha's Vineyard is one of the top kite boarding destinations in the USA. Great boarding at Katama Bay, Cape Pogue, South Beach, Sengenkontacket, State Beach and Tashmoo Town Beach (advanced kite boarders)
South Beach, Gay Head, Long Point Refuge, Lucy Vincent Beach (after hours or off season only)
Kayaking & SUP
Martha's Vineyard is dotted with large ponds and lagoons that make for a great day of exploring via kayak or stand-up paddleboard