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It starts on a very small 3-car barge to travel upwards of 500 feet from Edgartown on Martha's Vineyard across the harbor to Chappaquiddick Island. As you travel through the seemingly desolate land you come upon beaches that are vast an untouched and feel more...More
Chappaquiddick may be a beautiful place; I can't say as we saw nothing. We took the Choppy Ferry, not knowing that unless you had a bike, or took your car on the ferry, you were in for several miles of walking. After walking for about...More
Only a couple of minutes on the walk-on/Drive-on ferry that runs continuously from Edgartown. Ferry was $4 each. There is a small beach immediately adjacent to the ferry dock and great views over Edgartown and the lighthouse. There are nice walks if you venture further,...More
What a disappointment, no place to walk, or anything to see really. Lots of private property with signs to keep out. No beach to speak of and a $4 ferry ride to no where. Ferry took less than 1minute. Skip it and be glad you...More
I first learned of Chappa from a book by a
popular Martha’s Vineyard author. Reading about the Japanese garden intrigued me and I am so glad that it did. You have to take a short ferry from MV over to Chappa from Edgartown.
We visited over the 4th of July weekend and there was nary a soul on the Cape Poge beach. You could walk for miles and see nothing but sand and water. The weekend was unseasonably hot and the water was cool and refreshing to swim...More
We rented bikes and wanted to take the ferry across and ride around. We were told by three different locals "not much to see, but the Japanese Gardens". They were correct. With two days of biking around we found the absolute rudest people on that...More