Martha's Vineyard, MA, Interactive Map and Guide
Explore the area with the illustrated printed maps you know and love
Oak Bluffs, commonly known as OB, was the Vineyard’s first summer resort known for its high energy, day and night.
Edgartown, the island’s first settlement, dates back to 1642 when the whaling industry and trade from China began.
Drive Like the Vineyard
The summer population swell from 17,000 to 117,000 means a substantial increase in opportunities!
About Martha's Vineyard
Only 20 by 9 miles, Martha's Vineyard offers year-round beauty and lots to do! Each town has its unique character from the historic whaling Captain's grand homes and gardens in Edgartown to the Victorian Gingerbread cottages in Oak Bluffs. Vineyard Haven is the safe harbor for wooden sail boats, a bounty of galleries, local art, shopping, and small eateries, while "Up Island" you will see pastoral landscapes, rambling homes and farms. The Wampanoag honor their native heritage offering history, shops, & eateries at the western tip of the Island overlooking the colorful Gay Head Cliffs of Aquinnah.