Martha's Vineyard Camp meeting Association (MVCMA), Oak Bluffs

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Religious camp meetings were first conducted in Wesleyan Grove in August of 1835, with participants staying in tents. The tradition continued annually, and over the years the tents gave way to Victorian Cottages, which were built, primarily from 1864-1875. Over 300 cottages remain, with an iron Tabernacle built in the center of Trinity Park, where religious meetings are still held today during the summer season, as well as educational and community events.
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  • When in Oak Bluffs take an hour to detour through this unique experience. Just steps from Circuit Ave, it’s more than 300 cottages tightly assembled that look like doll houses. Each is decorated...  more »
  • This experience gave all it was supposed to give! Lovely neighborhood encampment of the gingerbread houses (occupied by real life residents so don't wander into a house no matter how charming it...  more »

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