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We really enjoyed our visit here. This started out as a Methodist 'colony'. later expanding from tents to houses and from Methodist to all-inclusive. The camp meeting 'tent/tabernacle' is still there and a nice church has been added. But the attraction are the 300 or...More
if you are an architectural fan, or into cape cod and islands history, this tour is right up your alley. great building, interesting stories. a short walk from the oak bluffs ferries and dozens of cafes and restaurants.
an easy day-trip from cape cod
The gingerbread houses were very picturesque, and it was interesting to see the variety of cabin designs and colors. The area was quite peaceful and restful. One could not park in the vicinity without proper authorization, but we were able to park along the beachfront...More
The cottages around the Camp Meeting Association were painted in Easter colors. Each cottage was unique with details. The Camp Meeting place was beautiful with Stained glass windows and the open atmosphere.
This is a lovely step-back in time to the revival camps of the 19th and earl 20th century. Colorful, well-maintained, and close together, these little gingerbread houses are marvels and a feast for the eyes. (They are not all little either!). Easily accessed from Circuit...More
I took a walk through the Gingerbread Houses during my trip to MV. I felt like I was in a fairytale. You can take as many photos as you want (although residents of these houses don't want you peeking in their windows or going on...More
Such a beautiful preserved area. I was visiting a friend on Martha's Vineyard and she brought me to this Camp as part of her generous tour I was struck by the variety. The houses all seem to be minatures of much larger homes. The colors,...More
Response from RosiesArk | Reviewed this property |
Hi, There is a walking tour of this very quaint area. You can either visit the museum and gift shop to get information, or there are also fliers available at a couple of the entryways. They are very hard to miss. Have fun!
There are tours offered every Tuesday and Thursday morning, led by a campground resident. Tickets may be purchased online or just before the tour. As far as finding an informal "volunteer" guide, people are super friendly... More
There are tours offered every Tuesday and Thursday morning, led by a campground resident. Tickets may be purchased online or just before the tour. As far as finding an informal "volunteer" guide, people are super friendly. Call the MVCMA office when on island.