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Chappaquiddick Island, Massachusetts on Martha's Vineyard

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INFO: http://www.SandpiperRealty.com - Chappaquiddick Island is a small island off the eastern end of the larger island of Martha's Vineyard and is part of the town of Edgartown, Massachusetts. The two islands are connected, along their southern coast, by a narrow barrier beach not accessible by paved roads. The southeastern point of this beach is called Wasque Point a popular fishing point to catch bluefish, striped bass, etc.

A privately owned bargelike ferry called the On Time shuttles three cars at a time between Chappaquiddick and downtown Edgartown, on Martha's Vineyard. The ferry can also shuttle walk-on passengers as well as bicyclists. In the summer two ferries run, while the off-season only has need for one.

Take a trip across on the Chappaquiddick (locals call it Chappy) ferry to Mytoi, a small Japanese-style garden set within an open pine forest. The garden's signature feature is a small pond with an island that is reached by walking over an arched bridge. Winding footpaths take visitors through a birch walk, camellia dell, stone garden, and hillside garden. A rustic shelter offers broad views of the garden and a chance to become immersed in the meditative qualities of the landscape.

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