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Ballard's Beach is backstopped by a restaurant with the same name.
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Along the Greenway trails, in Rodman's Hollow, and alongside most nature trails, you will find blackberries, depending on the season. See if the kids can pick a pint!
BI Recreation Summer Camps.
This area is wild, sometimes windy, with rough seas. Special place to visit. No signage, no lifeguards. Walk in, pack out all garbage.
Who loves chocolate? Fudge, candies and more. Home of the Sandy Feet Turtle.
Charlestown Beach is a sandy, peaceful beach that is popular with fishermen.
Dorry's Cove is a special, tranquil place. No ammenities. Good place for a quiet swim, or tanning and reading.
Fred Benson Town Beach is Block Island's fully equipped bathhouse and pavilion. Food available.
Bring skateboards or rollerblades (helmets required), or just hit the playground. Tennis courts, basketball court.
'Kid Beach' is a well-sheltered beachfront at the south end of Crescent Beach. AKA Baby Beach.
Mansion Beach is at the end of a dirt road by the same name. Deep sand. Parking available.
Kids are a-mazed by this tangle of interconnected, oceanside trails.
Clomp around in the mud! Explore.
Pond & Beyond paddling tours allow you to view wildlife and the scenic shoreline of the fascinating Great Salt Pond.
Scotch Beach is a quarter mile north of Fred Benson Town Beach. Small lot, otherwise hike in from Corn Neck Road.
Sports mini-camps for basketball, baseball, lacrosse and soccer, varied age groups. Mid-June to mid-August. Call for details.
Vail Beach in summer can be either rocky or deep in fine sand, depending on changes wrought by winter storms. Steep hike.
West Beach presents a truly different experience. Top place for a beach hike.