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SLIDE SHOW: Block Island Greenway Trails

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Goldenrod covers the meadow in the Hodge Family Wildlife Preserve.

Goldenrod covers the meadow in the Hodge Family Wildlife Preserve.

A young hiker takes a break on a stonewall at the Hodge Family Wildlife Preserve.

A young hiker takes a break on a stonewall at the Hodge Family Wildlife Preserve.

Hodge Family Preserve is home to migratory songbirds, the northern harrier, and the Block Island meadow vole.

Hodge Family Preserve is home to migratory songbirds, the northern harrier, and the Block Island meadow vole.

Black Rock Beach is seen in the distance.

Black Rock Beach is seen in the distance.

Sunlight washes over a stone wall in Rodman's Hollow.

Sunlight washes over a stone wall in Rodman's Hollow.

Sachem Pond with the North Lighthouse in the distance.  This freshwater refuge hosts abundant wildlife.

Sachem Pond with the North Lighthouse in the distance. This freshwater refuge hosts abundant wildlife.

Trails criss-cross through Rodman's Hollow, named for the family who purchased the land in 1684.

Trails criss-cross through Rodman's Hollow, named for the family who purchased the land in 1684.

Black Rock Beach is a welcome stop at the end of the trail through Rodman's Hollow.

Black Rock Beach is a welcome stop at the end of the trail through Rodman's Hollow.

The view from Rodman's Hollow.

The view from Rodman's Hollow.

Black Rock Beach is reached via the trail through Rodman's Hollow.

Black Rock Beach is reached via the trail through Rodman's Hollow.

The trail hugs the coastline on the way to Black Rock Beach.

The trail hugs the coastline on the way to Black Rock Beach.

The Clay Head Trail offers spectacular views over Block Island Sound.

The Clay Head Trail offers spectacular views over Block Island Sound.

All photos/art by Nat Rea

The Greenway Trails on Block Island offer an extensive trail system that lead you to some of the most stunning views and quiet places on the island. Join photographer Nat Rea as he explores these trails.

To see more of Nat’s work, please visit his website: www.natrea.com

To learn more about the trails, visit: www.block-island-family-vacation.com.

 


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