EXPLORE BLOCK ISLAND
Located off the Rhode Island Coast, Block Island is one of the Northeast’s preeminent vacation destinations. Easily accessible from both Rhode Island the eastern tip of Montauk Point on Long Island, the small coastal island was dubbed on of the “last great places” by the Nature Conservancy. The 1661 Inn and their assorted collection of cottages and accommodations make up some of the town’s best accommodations.
Brimming with small town New England charm, Block Island is most popular in the summer months, when its 1,000-person population swells to more than 20,000. Major events include Block Island Race week, a competitive weeklong sailboat race, fishing tournaments, the “Run around the Block,” Summer Beach Concert Series, the annual Fourth of July parade and celebration and more!
Directions from the Old Harbor Ferry Landing
Come up out of the ferry landing and take a left on to Water Street. You will see the statue of Rebecca in the middle of an intersection. Please go straight through the intersection. The 1661 Inn is five buildings down on the left.
www.blockislandferry.com – Pt. Judith, RI (ferry)
www.goblockisland.com – New London, CT (ferry)
www.vikingfleet.com – Montauk, NY (ferry)
www.block-island.com/nea – New England Airlines (airplane)
What to Do:
Aldo’s Mopeds & Bicycles – 30% Discount with Reservations (401-466-5018)
www.koruecospa.com – Koru Eco Spa
Pond & Beyond Kayaks – (401) 578-2773
The Nature Conservancy – For Information on Walks & Programs, Click Here