Absolutely beautiful location, campsites were good, the beach was a short walk away, restrooms were good, just had to keep food in the car and not prepare dinner during dinner time. A family across the way from us had their dinner eaten by the wild horses. Overall fun place to camp!
They ate our pasta salad! Left a closed COOLER alone for thirty (30) seconds and they knocked it over and opened the Tupperware! Evolution at its finest I guess. The hikes are sandy and (on a non windy day) buggy but the water makes up for it. Perfect place to fly a kite by day and make s’mores by night.
Be prepared and you will have a great time, the horses are not shy and will be all up in your space if they like what they smell. Great place to have a bonfire by the water and if you go around late summer you can have the place all to your self.
The park is really good for adventure seekers. The horses aren't afraid to come up close and personal! Would recommend visiting in late summer, early fall to avoid the crowds.
LOVED this campground and we are dying to go back. Camp ground is flat and sandy without many trees around, but everyone was so friendly and it looks like there are a lot of people who come back year after year.
All that separates you from the beach is a large sand dune that you camp behind. Nice bathrooms and showers, clean and well maintained.
Also- there are native horses that live on the island and will come by and eat your food right off your plate. A really cool experience!
Make sure you get some blue crab as well!
Campground has hot water at bathhouses. Loops are filled with lots of campers and lots of generators
Great place for beach camping. Wild ponies are common so watch your food. Also pay attention to the weather winds can get really strong.
I love this campground. it’s very clean and the water is only a short walk away. you can hear the ocean at night while you are sleeping and see the wild ponies during the day.
This campground is a great choice if you are looking for a family oriented, beach campsite. They have multiple sections and the one I stayed in is closest to the water/beach. The sites do have sand so there is a risk of getting sand in your tent. It is amazing that at any moment you will see a wild horse at your site or on the beach. Be careful to not get too close to the horses, they are WILD horses. It is pet friendly on the sites as well as the beach, but they need to be leashed. This site was sooo much fun. I loved being so close to the beach. There are a few bathroom buildings, but you cannot bring your dog in there. The showers pressure is pretty good for a campsite. The bathrooms also have outlets to charge your phone. Some of the campsites have electrical hookups for an RV, but I used a tent on a tent campsite. Mostly people with RVs stay here, but you will see some tents, if you prefer that kind of arrangement. There is limited shade so if you are going in the summer make sure to WEAR SUNSCREEN!
I LOVED camping here. I will most definitely be back!
If you want to camp with full amenities- this is a good fit. The facilities are clean and provide hot water, electricity, showers, flushing toilets. There is a visitors center with soda, maps, info, firewood, etc. There is even a cafe on site. You are walking distance to the beach and could even camp on the dunes. Walk in sites and RV sites available. If it’s peak season, be prepared for A LOT of people. Many kids and families. Of course, be prepared for the ponies. They are neat and beautiful but they are also wild animals. They will walk right through your site and won’t care if they bother you. They will eat your food if they can get to it. They will also poop in huge piles. Bring lots of bug spray cause the mosquitoes and horse flies are terrible.