The Block Island Ferry’s main ferry terminal, which services our year-round Traditional and seasonal Hi-Speed Ferry, is located out of the Narragansett, RI location—commonly referred to as Pt. Judith. Passengers looking to transport vehicles or ship over freight may do so from this location.
Located in the charming fishing town of Galilee, the Block Island Ferry terminal is surrounded by local fishermen, seafood restaurants, and two beaches, providing it with the beach town atmosphere Narragansett is known for. Please visit the Chamber of Commerce website for listings of local hotels, inns, B&Bs, and restaurants in the area.
Providence, RI: Approx. 50 minute drive to Pt Judith
T.F. Green Airport (PVD): Approx. 35 minute drive to Pt Judith
Kingston, RI (KIN) Amtrak Train Station: Approx. 20 minute drive to Pt Judith
All of the parking for the Pt. Judith ferries are conveniently located right on the same road as the ferry, directly across the street. All lots are independently owned, and pricing ranges from $5-$15/day, depending on the time of year. All parking lots are within walking distance of the ferry terminal.
Spending a few days in downtown Newport, RI? Make your vacation complete with a daytrip into the charming, island town of Old Harbor, Block Island! Located in Perrotti Park, right off of America’s Cup Avenue, the ferry terminal is easily accessible from any point in downtown Newport.
Stop by the Newport Visitor’s Center for more information about the extensive sights Newport has to offer. The Block Island Ferry Terminal in Perotti Park is located inside the Harbor Master’s Office Building near the dock.
Providence, RI: Approx. 45 minute drive to Pt Judith
T.F. Green Airport (PVD): Approx. 33 minute drive to Newport terminal.
Kingston, RI (KIN) Amtrak Train Station: Approx. 30 minute drive to Newport terminal
A public parking garage is located a few blocks from Perrotti Park, adjacent to the Newport Visitor’s Center and Marriott Hotel. The cost is $3.00/car per hour, up to $24.50 for the day.
There are more opportunities for vacationers to come experience Block Island, whether as a daytrip or as a multi-day vacation. Located right in downtown Old Harbor, Block Island, most of the island’s attractions are easily accessible by foot.
Directly across the parking lot from the Block Island Ferry Ticket Office, travelers may stop in and visit the Block Island Visitor’s Center. Whether you plan to visit for a day or stay overnight, you can find an abundance of places to visit on the island including beaches, hiking trails, nature walks, lighthouses, live music events, the island’s exotic animal farm, and the numerous souvenir shops in town.
DIRECTIONS TO TERMINAL
1 Water Street, Block Island 02807
Travelers will find taxis lined up right outside of the ferry terminal for those who need them. Bicycle, moped, and vehicle rentals available in downtown Old Harbor.