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Camping and Fire Policy

Campfires and bonfires are not allowed anywhere on land bank properties.

Tent camping is available to scouting groups, non-profit organizations and schools for educational and group-camping purposes.  Organizations wanting to camp on land bank property must receive written permission prior to their arrival.  Permission may be obtained by contacting the land bank's property foreman, Matthew Dix, at 508-627-7141 or by writing to Martha's Vineyard Land Bank Commission, Post Office Box 2057, Edgartown, Massachusetts 02539.

                                               Individuals wishing to camp on Martha's Vineyard are encouraged to contact the island's private campground facility.