The biggest cost was the ferry ride over which was $370, once we arrived at the site it was well worth it. The area was quiet and removed from all the noise, the site was quiet and clean. The area is very shaded with lots of trees and minimum mosquitoes but lots of beetles which was a turn off. What we love about the Island is that it's flat and very bike friendly, we're coming back.
It's a good thing for them, this place is the only game in town. The cable is only for seasonal sites, there is no tv resection. The internet is intermittent, and not enough to pull down emails. Cell service is the pits No dogs allowed, No motorcycles more NO's than not. But it's very clean and well maintained
A truly special place on an already special island. We stayed from opening in May, until the end of July. Staying here absolutely made our stay on Martha's Vineyard better. There is no better place to enjoy all the natural beauty that this island has to offer. The campground is one of the most idyllic you could imagine. There are many many mature trees offering the most beautiful speckled shade and sunlight throughout the day, perfect for lounging in a hammock or other choice of seating. We stayed in a 32' travel trailer and our site was spacious and clean. There are sites to accommodate even the big rigs out there. The owners and staff could not have been more helpful. The camp store is small, but has all your essentials, even some groceries if you forgot to stock up before arriving, or want to save yourself a trip to the store on island. The campground has clean and well cared for facilities, plenty of warm showers, and you can even use an outdoor shower during the summer! Don't miss this spot if you are looking to come experience Martha's Vineyard. A great central location to explore the island, and trails letting you explore the less worn paths, right out your back door. Whether bringing an RV, tent, or renting a cabin here, you won't regret booking your stay here. Enjoy!