Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts
Oak Bluffs is a small picturesque coastal town built on Martha’s Vineyard Island in Dukes County, Massachusetts. Overall, it is a very popular tourist destination during the summer months not only because it is one of the principal arrival points to the island, but also because of its lovely and well-preserved 19th-Century buildings called “gingerbread cottages.” Oak Bluffs is one of these places where you can easily spend 1-2 weeks without being bored at all. It offers a great variety of things to do and see. A few of the top Oak Bluffs attractions include Martha’s Vineyard Camp Meeting Association (MVCMA), Ocean Park, Trinity Park Tabernacle, Cottage Museum, East Chop Lighthouse, Farm Neck Golf Club, and much more. While staying in Oak Bluffs don’t miss the opportunity to get onboard the many sightseeing, cultural, wildlife, historical, outdoors tours available on a daily basis. Regarding budget accommodation, there are more than 35 and nearby Oak Bluffs. Thus, you won’t have any problem booking the one that suits best your budget and expectations.