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Campgrounds & Tabernacle

Oak Bluffs started out in the mid-19th century as a summer retreat by a revivalist church, whose members enjoyed a day at the beach as much as a gospel service. They first camped out in tents, then built some 300 wo…
Museum in Oak Bluffs

Cottage Museum

You can visit a typical Campground cottage, complete with period furnishings, thanks to the Cottage Museum. It's filled with Camp Meeting Association history and artifacts.
Beach in Oak Bluffs

Oak Bluffs Town Beach

Just south of the ferry terminal, a narrow strip of sandy beach runs unbroken for several miles, beginning with Oak Bluffs Town Beach. It's backed by the lovely Ocean Park, with lots of green lawn for picnicking, an…
Historic Site in Oak Bluffs

Flying Horses Carousel

Take a nostalgic ride on this National Historic Landmark, which has been captivating kids of all ages since 1876. It's the USA's oldest continuously operating merry-go-round, and these antique horses have manes of r…
Beach in Oak Bluffs

Joseph Sylvia State Beach

A mile south of the Oak Bluffs Town Beach is this popular spot, which has calm waters suitable for kids. It's also referred to as Bend-in-the-Road Beach as you move toward Edgartown.