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Mohegan Bluffs
#1 of 17 Outdoor Activities in New Shoreham
We’ve experienced nude beaches in Miami and St. Martin during the winter, but as Bostonians, during summer we often go to Block Island where swimsuits are unnecessary on the beaches beneath the cliffs on the south...
Really spectacular and serene, it was very different than the beaches by the Bay.
Mansion Beach
#2 of 17 Outdoor Activities in New Shoreham
There are many different beaches on Block Island and really you should visit as many different ones as you can even if you have a favorite.
Like all of the beaches that span Crescent Beach, the water is usually clear and beautiful (you may even spot a striped bass swimming pass!) and the sand is very nice.
Fred Benson Town Beach
#4 of 17 Outdoor Activities in New Shoreham
Great easy to find beach with the most parking, and easiest parking of any of the beaches.
I've been on beaches all round the world, from Florida to Spain to Texas and California.
Ballard's Beach
#5 of 17 Outdoor Activities in New Shoreham
I'm a staunch believer in safety, and I'll gladly only visit 2 beaches in case an emergency strikes!
Ballard's is awesome!!! Best to stay the whole day- breakfast on the beach, catch some rays and waves then lunch and drinks watching the band play.
Coast Guard Beach
#11 of 17 Outdoor Activities in New Shoreham
Plenty of places to explore if you have the time noticing a hidden beach where you can hang out.
Although the road is unpaved and long to this beach, it is a great place to watch the boats come in and out of the salt pond.
Pebbly Beach Block Island, RI 0.7 km away
#16 of 24 Outdoor Activities in Block Island
If you do decide to walk on this beach be very cautious, especially at low tide when the rocks can be very slippery.