The Mohegan Bluffs are a lengthy section of clay cliffs that rise approximately 200 feet above the ground. The Atlantic Ocean and the beach can both be seen clearly from the cliffs.
Fred Benson Town Beach
Frederick Benson Town Beach, also known as the Crescent Beach, is a beautiful leisure area with all the amenities, including umbrellas, chairs, cabanas, and boogie boards.
North Light House
Block Island's northernmost point, is home to the famed North Light House. In 1867, North Light was constructed.
One of the most beautiful and advanced lighthouses ever constructed in the United States was the Southeast Lighthouse.
This 230-acre nature park is a well-liked location for cyclists, geologists, birdwatchers, and other outdoor enthusiasts because of varied topography and stunning views.
This quiet beach is the most pristine beach on Block Island and is known for its powerful waves.
Abrams Animal Farm
It's free, and you can go close to the animals. Nearby animals include llamas, chickens, emus, camels, goats, lemurs, donkeys, and ducks.
Ball O'Brien Park
Ball O'Brien Park is a wonderful place for families to spend time together, and there are activities on the grounds for people of all ages.
National Wildlife Refuge
More than 70 seasonal animals and birds may be seen in the National Wild Refuge on Block Island. Additionally, it is a lovely location for hiking and picnic lunches.
One of Block Island's nicest beaches, it features full service, daily live music, beach volleyball, tiki bars, and oceanside restaurants. Ballards is a top spot for beach parties.