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Amazing scenery, wild life, water (both Ocean and back bays), claming, fishing, family fun. This place has it all and then some!
Steeler loves Assateague!!!
A very nice, relaxing island and it HAS WILD PONIES! I really dude fan girl over that.
Unfortunate that the northern and southern ends are not connected-very small park on the north side, but nice beach access. More trails and the lighthouse on the south end
Obviously you have to see the horses! Keep your distance though!
Don't leave food out, the horses will get into it.
Bring bug spray that works for biting flies. Leave the horses alone.
Everything. This has to be one of the most beautiful places I've been.
Rules don't apply on Assateague. Sign at the beach: "no dogs." We saw about a dozen. Sign at the campsite: "no ground fires." There were fire rings all over. So have fun! Do whatever you want!
Lots of crabs! Watch out
1 of the best camping spots. Don't recommend summer tho. Bugs & heat bad. Bring firewood-place right before u enter, bugspray & sunscreen! Lots of ponies..beware they r wild & come right into sites!
Incredible wildlife, amazing views and a quality beach. Even a snack bar on the North Beach! Divided into federal and state parks that preserve the ponies & gorgeously innate wildlife.
Beautiful scenery and beaches. We got lucky and saw TONS of ponies but be prepared you might not see any. It costs to go into the park, but the pass was good for a week so well worth it.
Crowded around the parking area .. But very few people when u walk down a few hundred feet
The beach was clean, but the water was cold!
It's wack...not for younger people. Go to OC better.
Absolutely beautiful beach. The biting flies & mosquitos can be unforgiving. Bring Avon skin so soft and an umbrella.
Bring your bug spray if you go into the marsh area to see the ponies. The flies bite hard and I hear the ponies will too so keep your distance.
You can grill at the end beach!
What does a gay horse eat?
They allow dogs!
The best beach days are when breeze is blowing from the East.
Best place camp, and have fun. Get the OSV pass for $90. It's so worth the money. There is no entry fee to the island and you ride the beach year round. Its Aways A Blast. P.S.- and there's wild life.
If it's a holiday weekend, get here early! Other times are fine. Get the annual pass if you plan on coming more than once. Same cost as two visits and good year-round!
Enjoy the clean beaches, beautiful scenery, and WILD PONIES!
Stop by in the off season. No bugs and it's still beautiful.
Don't forget bug spray. The mosquitoes are fierce.
Pick up your trash, put your umbrella more than 3" deep in the sand, and for Christ sake do not feed the seagulls.
Take some pics w the wild ponies ! Dolphins in the water everyday is pretty nice too :)
Bring LOTS of bug spray! The mosquitoes are fierce!
Great...its a pony. Now move on and stop holding up traffic.
watch your step.... haha
Remember to bring some bug spray! Only a half mile walk on a trail and dozens of bug bites.
This is a nice escape from Ocean City, MD... A lot of scenic observation points and a great visitor center. There's a lifeguarded beach and wild ponies. Maybe you'll be lucky and find some treasure!!
Head up 376 about 2 miles. Look for the machine shoal on your left. $15 gets you enough firewood for 3 nights. They also offer smaller bundles for $10 and buckets full for $2!
Make your camping reservation early for summer, it books quickly.
Don't forget your firewood!
View beautiful wildlife, lovely nature trails and wild horses
place to visit the beach in summer instead of the inlet, fewer people.