Boat or Ferry
Block Island Ferry
20 locals recommend ·
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Whether the speedboat or slow rider, making a trip to Block Island is a must when spending your summer in Rhode Island.
Block Island is a must see if you have never been and if you can spend any time in Narragansett this whole seaside village is an absolute must see. The Salty Brine State Beach down the road from the ferry is a great place to watch the boats come in and go out.
Easy water ride to an amazing island full of beaches and restaurants Good for all ages
Ferry ride back in time. Block Island is a one of a kind day trip. Bermuda of the North. Victorian village on a beautiful little island. Beaches, restaurants, shops, bikes, lighthouses, mopeds, even a zoo!
Just a 30-minute trip aboard the Block Island Hi-Speed Ferry from Point Judith, Block Island is an enchanting place to spend a day while you're vacationing in Narragansett. Known for its beaches, lighthouses, hiking trails, and fishing charters, Block Island has retained its Victorian-era charm…
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“our favorite beach, especially for kids. Has a small playground but the water is much calmer than the Town Beach. ”
- 3 locals recommend
“Classic RI seafood restaurant since 1948 --at our biggest fishing port---Galilee in Narragansett and on Salty Brine State Beach. Roger Wheeler and Scarborough State Beaches are within a couple of miles. Open year 'round. Walk from the Block Island Ferry landing and short drive over to Point Judith Light.”
- 19 locals recommend
“Iconic RI seafood restaurant from 1920s. Casual atmosphere. Origin of the Clam Cake, voted best clam cakes in RI.”
- 13 locals recommend
“Spain has a wide variety on their menu, most notably their seafood options. You’ll travel down 1A to get there and see RI’s coastline along the way. Great spot for “date night”...”
- 23 locals recommend
“An octagonal brick building erected in 1816. A Coast Guard and tower beacon were maintained at the point during the Revolution. Original wooden lighthouse, built in 1806, was blown down in the Great Gale of September 1815. The last German U-Boat sunk in World War II was two miles off the light. Visitors welcome to the grounds; lighthouse and Coast Guard Station restricted.”
- 14 locals recommend