From golf courses to beaches to hiking trails, it’s hard not to be active on Martha’s Vineyard.

Farm Neck Golf Club
This 18-hole, semi-private golf course is rumored to be President Bill Clinton’s favorite island course for its fantastic views of the Atlantic and pristine Sengekontacket Pond.

Long Point Wildlife Refuge
Enjoy trails that lead you from the beach through the forest and into the grassland.

Manuel F. Correllus State Forest
Ride your bike, ride a horse or rely on your own power as you walk this 5,000-acre state forest. For those looking for a little test, take the 2-mile fitness course.

Waskosim's Rock Reservation
There’s so much to love about this reservation: 166 acres (some of which look down onto 1,000 acres of protected land), 3-mile hiking trails, one of the highest points on the island and Waskosim’s Rock, a glacier deposit from 10,000 years ago. And while you’re taking in the stunning views, remember that this area was supposed to be home to a private community with a few dozen houses.

Menemsha Hills Reservation
Look out to the sea as you walk rolling hills and forest on the more than three miles of trails in this 211-acre reservation.

Island Spirit Kayak    Explore the island's wildlife and beaches while learning skills in an exciting environment.  Kayak rentals are available for rent one mile from Oak Bluffs town center at the Little Bridge.  Daily tours depart at 10am & 1pm.

The Martha's Vineyard Sharks are a summer wooden-bat collegiate baseball team. The roster is composed of baseball players from some of the top collegiate programs in the country. The Sharks play a 50-game season at the Vineyard Baseball Park in Oak Bluffs. Concessions are available at the games. The team is a founding member of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League, and part of the Carminucci Sports Group.