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The Weather in Oak Bluffs
The above is a climate diagram for Oak Bluffs. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 24°. It may rain 16 days in January while it typically rains only 9 days in August.
Enjoy whimsical island charm with a vacation home in Oak Bluffs
Oak Bluffs is located on the island of Martha's Vineyard, a seven-mile ferry ride from Cape Cod. Rent one of Oak Bluffs' famous "gingerbread" cottages, adorned with intricate scrollwork and painted with bright, whimsical colors. Traditional Cape Cod-style homes are also available, as well as luxury condos.
From clambakes to fine dining
Dine at the Black Dog Tavern, a favorite of American presidents Bill Clinton and Barak Obama. The Vineyard's most famous eating establishment also sells clothing and souvenirs with the black labrador logo.
While the Vineyard has many fine dining options, it is best known for homemade ice cream, fudge and clambakes on the beach. The clambake tradition goes back to the Wampanoag people, who steamed seafood over heated stones and seaweed.
Fun for kids of all ages
Go for a whirl on the Flying Horses Carousel, the oldest carousel in the country, or pet an alpaca at the Island Alpaca Company. Nip N' Tuck Farm also has farm animals, as well as buggy and hay rides.
Sign up for an interactive Pirate Adventure, where kids dress up as pirates, board a custom-built pirate ship and search for sunken treasure in Oak Bluffs Harbor. Or embark on a Nature Quest at Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary, and discover all about local animals, plants and their habitats.
Explore the spectacular island setting
One of the best ways to explore the island is by bike. The entire island is criss-crossed with well-maintained paths, which are also open to pedestrians. Rent kayaks, paddle boards, or book a sunset sailboat cruise or fishing charter.
Take a dip in the calm waters of Oak Bluffs Town Beach or walk along the thundering surf on the island's south shore. Visit the multi-colored Gay Head Cliffs in nearby Aquinnah, and the historic Gay Head Lighthouse.
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