8 days in Block Island Itinerary

8 days in Block Island Itinerary

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Fly to Providence, Ferry to New Shoreham
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New Shoreham
— 7 nights
Ferry to Great Island At Ferry Terminal, Fly to Chattanooga

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New Shoreham

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New Shoreham is a town in Washington County, Rhode Island, United States. Relax by the water at Fred Benson Town Beach and Ballard's Beach. You'll discover tucked-away gems like Clay Head Nature Trail and Island Free Library. And it doesn't end there: take in panoramic vistas at Clayhead Salon & Spa, hike along Greenway Walking Trails, enjoy the sea views from North Lighthouse, and tour the pleasant surroundings at Mohegan Bluffs.

To find more things to do, traveler tips, ratings, and more tourist information, read New Shoreham online tour planner.

Chattanooga to New Shoreham is an approximately 10-hour combination of flight and ferry. You can also do a combination of bus, train, and ferry. Traveling from Chattanooga in August, things will get little chillier in New Shoreham: highs are around 77°F and lows about 65°F. On the 4th (Fri), you'll travel back home.

Things to do in New Shoreham

Parks · Outdoors · Beaches · Trails

Block Island travel guide

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Geologic Formations · Lighthouses · Beaches
Block Island is located off the coast of the U.S. state of Rhode Island, named after Dutch explorer Adriaen Block. It is located in the Atlantic Ocean about 14mi east of Montauk Point, Long Island, New York, and 13mi south from mainland Rhode Island, from which it is separated by Block Island Sound.The United States Census Bureau defines Block Island as census tract 415 of Washington County, Rhode Island. As of the 2010 Census, the island's population is 1,051 living on a land area of 9.734sqmi. The island is part of the Outer Lands region, a coastal archipelago.The Nature Conservancy added Block Island to its list of "The Last Great Places", which consists of 12 sites in the western hemisphere. About 40 percent of the island is set aside for conservation. Presidents Bill Clinton, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Ulysses S. Grant have visited Block Island. Other famous visitors include Amelia Earhart and Charles Lindbergh, who each visited the island in 1929.

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