Martha’s Vineyard

  Story & photos by Deborah Loeb Bohren No visit to Martha’s Vineyard is complete without a stroll through the Martha’s Vineyard Camp Meeting Association community in the heart of Oak Bluffs.         The 34-acre National Historic Landmark traces its roots to an 1835 Methodist revival camp meeting of

  Story & photos by Deborah Loeb Bohren Vaccinated and ready to hit the road again — but where?  I found after being housebound with the rest of the world for more than a year, I was uncharacteristically and unexpectedly nervous about venturing out. So, where to go? I was

Seastreak, the company that offers ferry service from New Bedford to Martha’s Vineyard, will bus clientele from Boston’s South Station to the ferry in New Bedford starting this April. This is wonderful news for people traveling into the Boston area who don’t want to rent a car, only to leave

By Steve Jermanok Ever since I wrote my first book, Outside Magazine’s Adventure Guide to New England, I’ve admired local outfitters who specialize in one sport and one region of the world. After all, who knows his neck of the woods better than the guy who lives there? These outfitters

        Forty-five minutes by ferry. That’s all that it takes to get to Martha’s Vineyard, the largest of the islands off the coast of Massachusetts. It’s a short journey for such a big trip. Martha’s Vineyard is justly famed for its great beaches, quaint towns and bevy