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30 minutes from beach and has many camping activities! We enjoyed fishing and kayaking. I think the only complaint is our loop didn’t have a bathroom and was a long walk. We camped in a warm April week and the pollen was ridiculous! Perfect campground when Assateague is full!
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Stayed this past weekend at Cherrystone and had a blast! Pools weren’t open yet but there was so much else to do we didn’t mind. Played around on the paddle boats and mini golf (included in site price), swam in the bay, did tie dye and played candy bar bingo! Bathrooms were very clean and…
Great little trails to the beach. The RV areas had zero privacy. The tent camping area had a lot more privacy but the bathrooms in that area were not as clean.
I know most people love this park but I’m not a beach sand mosquito loving person. Site was kinda small and not level.
Booked an electric/water hookup site for me and my friend, who has a camper- the site was smallish and close to other sites but still felt secluded. The beach was lovely- bit of a walk to the beach but worth it. Lots of trails if a break from the beach is needed. Bathhouse near to us was okay-…
We enjoyed our stay in site 66. Good shade and fir our stay great breeze. Bathrooms are plentiful with lots of hot water.
Our site could have used some gravel but overall a great place to spend a few days.
Overall experience was excellent. Only negative was the bathroom was a mess no matter what time of day. I didn’t expect perfection however I did expect better.
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This is a great campground on the Eastern Shore of VA. As with most VA state parks, it's popular with RV's and campers, but it was great for tent camping as well. There are numerous trails and water/beach access points throughout the park. The sites are spacious, and even though it has a lot of…
Nice little place to camp. We went with tents. There was only 1 other couple in our area. We were able to bring our dog and our canoe. Everything was very clean.
Definitely loved the view of the water at the beach and the drinks at Jackspot. You can order them online and go pick them up - which we loved. Many options including smoothies for kids!
The spots were pretty tight, but we assumed as much. The bathhouse was superb! So clean and bright/airy. The…
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Stayed here for a few nights. The sites vary widely in size and access so make sure you know where you are staying. We had great dune side site right next to a boardwalk to get out to the beach. Be careful of the tent sites, while many were under the cool and unique trees, others were partially…
With plenty of hiking, kayaking, fishing, wildlife viewing, and other outdoor opportunities, Kiptopeke State Park is a perfect base camp location!
The actual campsites are small and close together, with little privacy. The bathrooms had running water, but only cold. The camp store was…
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We had a great trip. The KOA was super clean and kid friendly. From crabbing right off the dock 100 yards from our tent site to jumping on the inflatable trampoline before dinner we had plenty to do without leaving the campground. A 15 minute drive to Assateague national park checking out the wild…
I was impressed with the kind and courteous staff. The bath houses were sparkling clean. Proximity to the beach and the quaint town of Chincoteague. Shout out to Pico Taqueria!!! Once you park it your in biking and walking range of everything.