Oak Bluffs

Oak Bluffs is a town on the northeast shore of Martha's Vineyard. Its harbor is a terminal for ferry boats arriving from the mainland.

Get in

By Ferry

There are five different ferries that come to Oak Bluffs from different destinations: Steamship Authority, Island Queen, Martha’s Vineyard Fast Ferry, Hyline Cruises, and New England Fast Ferry Company

Get around

Walk

Oak Bluffs is compact and you can easily walk off the ferry and spend the day on foot exploring the town or visiting the beach.

Bus

Taxi

Van-sized taxis are ubiquitous on Martha's Vineyard. There are taxi stands in Oak Bluffs near the Steamship Authority dock and near the base of Circuit Ave by the harbor. When picking up passengers from a ferry, the drivers will often group several parties going the same direction into one vehicle. Fares for parties of 1-2 people may range from $7 in-town, to as much as $75 to go from one end of the island to the other.

Rental Cars

Bikes and Mopeds

Bicycle Taxi

See

Parks and Recreation

Do

The Film Society and Martha's Vineyard International Film Festival present movies on six consecutive Tuesday nights beginning July 10 at the historic Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs (55 Narragansett Avenue and Circuit Avenue).

Films start at 8:00 PM Doors open for admissions 45 minutes prior to show time.

$10.00/$7.00 for members - MV Film Society memberships available at the door to get discounted price.

Come early, visit downtown OB for dinner and shopping, and then enjoy a stimulating and entertaining movie at the historic Union Chapel on our very large screen.

For more info. call +1 508 696-9369 $10/$7.

Beaches

The beaches in Oak Bluffs face into Vineyard Sound and usually have very minimal surf. This makes the water ideal for swimming, and for wading by small children. For real ocean waves on Martha's Vineyard, you need to visit beaches along the southern shore of the island, in Edgartown, West Tisbury, Chilmark or Aquinnah.

Sightseeing Tours

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