Natural beauty is a given just about everywhere we go in Rhode Island – from the sandy beaches to the forested hiking trails. However, to drink in some of the most jaw-dropping views in the state, you’ll definitely need a bit of stamina and a sense of adventure. Mohegan Bluffs on Block Island in Rhode Island offer some of the most amazing views you’ll find anywhere in the state – and far beyond – and they’re well worth a spot on the ol’ bucket list.

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Go on an aerial tour of Mohegan Bluffs, courtesy of Nate Gordon via YouTube.

Do you think Mohegan Bluffs on Block Island in Rhode Island are the coolest thing you’ll ever see for free? Have you visited this natural wonder in Rhode Island? Let us know in the comments! For more natural beauty, take a peek at these waterfall hikes in Rhode Island.

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Natural Wonders In Rhode Island

What are some other natural wonders in Rhode Island?

Mohegan Bluffs on Block Island is just one of the many natural wonders in Rhode Island. If you’ve got a bucket list, pull it out, and add these must-visit destinations in Rhode Island:

  • Also on Block Island, Rodman’s Hollow is a 230-acre outwash plain that’s brimming with natural beauty, including a pond and native trees.
  • Hike to Ell Pond, a kettle pond in Hopkinton Rhode Island that’s flanked by white cypress trees and red maple trees.
  • Stroll along the 3.5-mile Newport Cliff Walk for some of the most awe-inspiring views in Rhode Island.
  • Formed by glaciers, Purgatory Chasm offers stunning views of Second Beach.

Next time you’ve got a bit of wanderlust, follow this road trip to the seven wonders of Rhode Island.