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We saw several wild horses during our stay, mostly near the roads, so we didn’t have issues with them at our campsite. We had an amazing unobstructed sunrise view directly from inside the tent. The sites weren’t too close together but you could see and hear other campers somewhat. Sand is quite comfy to sleep on. There was a boardwalk from the parking area to the sand and then we had a short incline to get to our site. Nice fire pit with grate and a picnic table at each site. The picnic tables had doors at each end and were encased underneath in order to provide a safe place for your food items. Check in and out was easy. We went when it was still quite chilly at night and there were no bugs to deal with yet.
Site 41. Nice shaded, level site with stone. Small grassy area between sites. Clean and close together, but not too close. They have activities and golf cart rentals, neither of which we took advantage of. Seems like a lot of seasonal trailers but everything is kept nice and relatively new. Check in was easy and office staff was friendly. We would return.
We camped here in April with few other campers. It was magical. We picked up an Oversands permit and enjoyed the beach by ourselves other than the horses and seals. The winds were whipping but we were happy with the limited crowds. There is also a nice walking trail and a canoe launch. We really enjoyed this campground. No hot showers, so be ready for that!
With our site near the water, the first wondrous experience was a beautiful sunset, the like you will have a hard time finding in most of the Eastern U.S. To see more of the sunsets and the island, the observation tower near the camp store is a plus. The fire roads laid out in a grid along with all the mucky black drainage ditches are eyesores, but I learned some plant lore and met a very showy holly tree while hiking the whitetail trail. The island with birds of many feather is a great show. Sitting with binoculars on the campground side, I saw a snowy egret, a white heron, and a great blue heron all within the circle of my binocular viewing angle. Many others caught my eye while in flight. Be sure to bring binoculars!
This is the Oceanside loop B at Assateague National Seashore. I’ve reviewed it under that listing, but will add here that it’s a great place to camp. The pit toilets were very clean and non smelly. Showers were closed when we visited in late March. Wild horses passed through daily. Some sites are way more private than others, those on the interior (away from the beach) had no privacy at all.
We camped here 2 years ago in June on a unseasonably hot weekend. This time we tried it in April and the weather was perfect. My husband camped here growing up and loves it. We stayed in loop Acorn Trail site 20 which is the dog friendly loop. Our site was very long, level, and faced the woods. The next site over sat close to the road but ours sat very far back. We fit the camper and 3 cars with the 3rd one sitting angled. 2 cars are allowed overnight. The site itself was a good size but the fire ring is in the corner so you could only sit around about 2/3 of it. There is a pool and boat rentals. The ranger states the pool WILL be open for summer 2021. There is a camp store and deli and activities in summer as well. The other loops are near each other with Deer Run having all electric sites. Robins Nest is mixed. Blue Heron, Waters Edge, and Fox Den are non-electric. Some loops are open year round. There are trails throughout the campground and even a water trail for canoe or kayaks. There’s a fishing pond as well. There is a youth group camp area and mini cabins. We will keep this one in our regular rotation of amp grounds! Need to add that I found 2 ticks on my dog, unattached, and one on me attached. Only place I’ve ever found ticks on me is at this campground. Always check yourselves.
This is part of Pocomoke River State Park in MD. It is small with about 30 sites and 3 cabins. The cabins have AC and face the river as do 3 RV electric hookup sites. There are other electric sites but not all sites have electric. There isn’t water access at the campground but the day use area has access. The grounds were a mix of shaded (most) and not shaded in the middle. It was very quiet and clean. The bath house was centrally located. Ranger said the flies can be really bad in the summer but early and late season are great. There’s access to the 12 mile long Algonquin Cross County Trail that goes through Pocomoke State Forest. It’s a beautiful area!
Great atmosphere! Cool tribute to the heroes of America. Great place to start the Camping season off early.
We started camping for the first time in 2020 and were extremely new. We jumped right into the Class A and went to Castaways for the first trip. While there we had many problems with the Class A. Not mechanical problems but "never having camped" problems. The staff at Castaways bent over backwards to help us out the entire weekend. Never did I see a frown or " here they go again" face but always asking if there is anything else they could do for us. Because of them we have fallen in love with camping or glamping as we know it. We made several trips to Castaways last year and in 2021 our first inaugural trip was there again. We had no problems this year but it is very reassuring to know that if we need help we can ask. The staff remembered us from last year (hopefully that is a good thing) and we will definitely go back. Thank you Castaways for giving us the "Love of Camping" .