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“Lesser known Elizabeth Island. Great day trip.”

CuttyHunk Ferry Co.
Ranked #11 of 45 things to do in New Bedford
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Reviewed August 2, 2011

Cuttyhunk is a lesser known Elizabeth Island , in the same chain of islands as Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Cuttyhunk has a quiet, isolated, beautiful, ocean environment, perfect for getting in touch with yourself and your family for the day. On the island you'll find a general store , a hotel , an ice cream shop and a fish market at the town dock. The pace on the island is slow and you'll feel as if you have somehow stepped back in time. The population increases during the summer months. July 4th is a fun day to experience Cuttyhunk and enjoy the Independence day golf cart parade. Don't miss the Cuttyhunk Historical society to learn more about Gosnold and the history of the island. The daily ferry departs from New Bedford and you will enjoy seeing the activity when the ferry docks in Cuttyhunk. Small island, not big enough for biking but perfect for walking. Daily ferry service is excellent, offers snacks and beverages onboard. Highly recommended as a fabulous ferry trip. Easy access and parking at State Pier in New Bedfor.

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