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Top recommendations from locals

Boot of veerboot
“Block Island is a must see if you have never been and if you can spend any time in Narragansett this whole seaside village is an absolute must see. The Salty Brine State Beach down the road from the ferry is a great place to watch the boats come in and go out. ”
  • Door 19 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
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“Fresh fish from the boats. The upper deck provides beautiful views and live music.”
  • Door 17 locals aangeraden
Natural Feature
“Best beach with little kids. Awesome facilities, low water and great playground. ”
  • Door 7 locals aangeraden
Buurt
“Classic New England fishing village. Block Island Ferry leaves from this location. Sit and watch the boats come into port while snacking on your clam cakes. ”
  • Door 7 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
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“Lobsters on the deck where the lobster boats come in. What could be better.”
  • Door 7 locals aangeraden
Lake
“Block Island is a great place to go for anybody looking to relax and have some drinks on the beach! They have live music, a restaurant inside and tiki hut bars on the beach! Who doesn't love tiki hut bars!? It is also a great place to go and rent a moped for the day to cruise around the island and sight see!”
  • Door 5 locals aangeraden
Natural Feature
“Awesome little beach! Great views of houses, block island ferry. Family friendly as there is limited surf due to break wall, kid play area at facility. Free to get on the beach!”
  • Door 7 locals aangeraden
Beach
“our favorite beach, especially for kids. Has a small playground but the water is much calmer than the Town Beach. ”
  • Door 3 locals aangeraden
Bar
“Bar scene along with standard pub fare. Local URI kids come here to party and shoot pool. Can get super busy and packed with people depending on the night. Jukebox and Prime Rib is what keep em coming”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
Campground
  • Door 1 locals aangeraden
Food
“Fishing Tournaments, local caught seafood, docks, tall ships, fishing vessels, charters”
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Beach
“Salty Brine State Beach is a public recreation area occupying slightly more than one acre of ocean shore in the village of Galilee, town of Narragansett, Rhode Island. Established in 1954 as Galilee State Beach, it was renamed in 1990 to honor broadcaster Salty Brine.”
  • Door 3 locals aangeraden
Route
“walking distance from home, pretty and calm beach. a little rocky, but very pretty.”
  • Door 2 locals aangeraden
Street Address
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Establishment
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Point of Interest
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