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We went specifically to see the wild horses. On the Maryland side (I don't know about the VA side), there are very few spots to actually pull over and see them. If you park along the road to look at them, the rangers come around...More
We had a great time at this park. Get there early as the beach fills up fast we got there around 9am and it was very quiet. There was a group of 6 horses on the side of the road that we saw on our...More
We visited the park on 4th of July weekend and it clearly was a popular WE! Still we had no problem entering (MD entrance not VA), there were only small queues and to get welcomed by wild horses was really nice. It is very well...More
We did the Marsh Trail walk on the Wildlife Loop, which was nice and we were even able to take a stroller, but oh my the mosquitoes were HUGE and relentless. I’m not sure if the bugs are always bad or if we just came...More
The national seashore is really great, and by that I mean the beach. Definitely fit for families, however note that the bathrooms are pit toilets. There are changing stalls as well and a shower for you to rinse off.
Be aware that anyplace in the...More
We came here while camping on the State side. We went to the crabbing program. It is crab and release which was comforting for our daughter. The Ranger gave a good presentation and provided all of the equipment. We quickly started catching crabs and it...More
This is a much better value than other beaches in the area. $20 for a week or free with a Golden Age pass etc. Lots to see and do. Action for kids like how to classes from canoeing to crabbing and a bunch in-between.
Our group consisted of five adults and a seven-year-old. We planned for sometime to primitive/tent camp on the beach. We read all the tips for camping on sand and all were experienced campers. Almost nothing we were told or read prepared us for this adventure....More
We came for the beach and had the added bonus of seeing the horses. The beach is fantastic, with hard packed sand making it easy to walk for miles. Did not experience any bugs during our visit. Arrived before 10 AM and had our choice...More
A lot. You might see them as soon as you cross over the bridge on your way into the park or they could be out in the marsh area or just about anywhere. I have seen them up on the beach at sunrise on some of the mornings that... More
A lot. You might see them as soon as you cross over the bridge on your way into the park or they could be out in the marsh area or just about anywhere. I have seen them up on the beach at sunrise on some of the mornings that I have been down there to get sunrise pictures.