With your help we can save the natural character of the Block Island landscape before it's too late.
Block Island: Nature Walks & Programs
June 16, 2014 - August 30, 2014
MONDAY - FRIDAY, 9:00am
For more information call 401-466-2129
Block Island - A Natural Introduction: 9 am
Join us for an exploration at Hodge Family Wildlife
Preserve that is fun and educational. Meet at the parking
lot for Hodge on Corn Neck Road (3 miles from
town on the left).
Marsh-Mucking for Kids: 9 am
A salt marsh scavenger hunt for kids and their parents.
Meet at Andy’s Way, off Corn Neck Road. (Kids need
to wear water shoes and parents must attend.)
Walk the Walls: 9 am
Come experience the topography of the agricultural
fields that almost completely covered Block Island from
the late 1600’s to the early 20th century. Meet at the
corner of West Side Road and Old Mill Road.
Super Scavenger Hunt: 9 am
Kids and their parents locate all sorts of species special
to Block Island. Meet at the Nathan Mott Park, entrance
on Center Road across from BI State Airport. (Parents
Beach Meet-up & Clean-up: 9 am
Everyone loves a clean beach. Come for a stroll and
lend a hand! Different locations each week.
6/18: Settler’s Rock 7/23: Settler’s Rock
6/25: Mansion Beach 7/30: Mansion Beach
7/2: Scotch Beach 8/6: Scotch Beach
7/9: Town Beach 8/13: Town Beach
7/16: West Beach 8/20: West Beach
Cow Cove Scavenger Hunt: 9 am
Kids and their parents explore the beach to the North
Light. Meet at Settler’s Rock, at the end of Corn Neck
Road. (Kids need to wear water shoes and parents must
West Beach Walk: 9 am
Take a walk where the land, pond and sea meet and
learn about a unique ecosystem. Meet at the end of West
Beach Road, off Corn Neck Road.
Andy’s Way Family Fun: 9 am
Come learn about the various inhabitants and features of
a salt marsh including birds, fish, shells and more. Meet
at Andy’s Way off Corn Neck Road. (Kids need to wear
water shoes and parents must attend.)
Hiking Clay Head: 9 am
A jaunt with beautiful views and wonderful wildlife.
Meet at the parking lot for Clay Head Trail, half-mile
off Corn Neck Road, down the dirt road across from the yellow house.