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You really can have a complete trip to Block Island if you don't hike out to the Northernmost point. By level I don't mean paved. It's rocky and then turns to all sand but it's very little that is up or down in elevation. A...More
Whether you drive, rent a moped or ride a bike North up Corn Neck Road, you won't be disappointed by either the trip or the destination. Park in the lot and set off to see the lighthouse then walk out to Sandy Point to see...More
No trip to Block Island is complete without visiting the 2 picturesque lighthouses. The North light is a beautiful spot to catch a sunrise or sunset, with waves rolling in and the colors reflecting off the water. If you walk beyond the lighthouse you'll see...More
We parked up in the small car park and enjoyed a walk along the beach. We had a glimpse of a seal who sat and watched us as we walked by. Just a lovely sandy beach and dunes to explore. The lighthouse contains a small...More
The lighthouse is refurbished with 5 rooms of exhibits - shipwrecks, local flora and fauna, and exhibits of the life of a lighthouse keeper. Worth the $3 admission. And a great destnantion after a beach walk.
The lighthouse itself is fine - it's located on a beautiful part of the island and you can knock out both the lighthouse and settler's rock easily on one trip here. You do need to walk along the beach / rocks to get to the...More
Just a stunningly beautiful lighthouse. Worth every penny of the $3. The two docents are excellent and knowledgeable, answered all questions asked. The half mile walk to get there was a nice walk along the beach as well. Don't miss this Landmark!