Martha's Vineyard

Island off the coast of Cape Cod

Long an iconic vacation destination, everyone from world leaders to families looking to escape the everyday find the Vineyard and its surrounding seas keep calling them back. With a land area of 100 square miles, the Vineyard is the largest island in the eastern U.S. not connected to the mainland by a bridge or tunnel.

Vineyard Facts & Figures

  • 20.5 Miles Across the Island
  • 311' Highest Elevation
  • 16,535 Year-round Pop.

Nantucket

Island off the coast of Cape Cod

“Nantucket” comes from the Algonquian name meaning “far away land or island” and that’s exactly why vacationers continue to flock there today. With home values among the highest in the U.S., the island is a stage for some of the most luxurious brands and personalities, who come to the island to relax, explore, and discover island living.

Nantucket Facts & Figures

  • ACK Airport Code
  • 30' highest alt.
  • 10,172 year-round pop.
  • 50K + summer visitors
  • 75.1°F ave. july high temp

Cape Cod

Massachusetts’ South Coast

Located on the easternmost part of the United States, Cape Cod is an oasis of relaxation, family time, and long summer days by the sea. With pristine beaches, miles of bike paths, and ice cream shops around every corner, it’s no surprise families have been returning to the Cape for generations.

Cape Cod Facts & Figures

  • 17.5 Mile canal divide
  • 2 bridges span the canal
  • 15 towns, bourne to p-town
  • 17 total lighthouses
  • 220K year-round population

Boothbay Harbor Region

Maine's Midcoast

Boothbay Harbor Region has long been a safe haven for mariners. Now, each summer, Boothbay Harbor swells, drawing tourists in place of weary mariners to enjoy the local and state attractions. Ocean Gate Resort is located in Southport just a couple miles away from Boothbay Harbor.

Boothbay Harbor Facts & Figures

  • 9.22 Square Miles
  • 2,165 Approximate year-round population
  • 10 Days of events during Fall Harbor Festival
  • 78.6 Average high temperature in July

Charlottesville

Albemarle County, VA

Home to the University of Virginia with views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Charlottesville is a destination that is both innovative and rich in tradition. The Charlottesville region offers visitors a variety of activities that highlight arts, culture, nature and history.

Charlottesville Facts & Figures

  • 20,000+ Students attending University of Virginia
  • 1776 Thomas Jefferson penned the Declaration of Independence
  • 20 Number of Vineyards
  • 100 Miles Southwest of Washington D.C.