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Visited with some friends Memorial Day Weekend. We all paid $80 for three night, so $400 for a two room 6 bed cabin with running water out back and bathrooms down the hall in the lodge.
Cabin was clean, small, beds were comfortable, also had...More
I am a single mom with a 10 and an 8 yo. We just booked our 6th vacation at Martha's Vineyard Family Campground. What I love most about it is how safe it is for families with children. They have a pretty decent playground, a...More
Manager was utterly rude. Place is small, quiet hours suck and you have to put fire out early. DONT GO THERE WITH YOUR KIDS. Manager will yell at them and your whole family if they have the fire a minute over 10 pm...save yourself a...More
We stayed at the campground Aug 7-14 and rented rented a tent site. The sites were a bit small but were flat and shady and easy to get in and out. This us a small but quiet campground. There are about five stand-alone showers near...More
We just returned from a week's "vacation" at Martha's Vineyard Family Campground. We arrived and were given a tent site that was so small, there was just enough space to step out of our tent and before walking into our screen tent that goes over...More
There is a small store and they have daily fresh coffee. The store carries a few other things. Mostly snacks. The bus stops right out front, so you could easily catch the bus into Vineyard haven and hit the grocery store for... More
There is a small store and they have daily fresh coffee. The store carries a few other things. Mostly snacks. The bus stops right out front, so you could easily catch the bus into Vineyard haven and hit the grocery store for more food items.