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Of all of Maryland's state parks, there's only one that's located right on the oceanfront — Assateague State Park. Located at the northern end of Assateague Island, roughly 10 miles southeast of Berlin, the park offers excellent swimming, surfing, fishing, and sunbathing, as well as easy access to the Assateague Island National Seashore.
Best of all, it boasts an RV-friendly campground right next to the beach, so you'll never have to go far to feel the sand between your toes and watch the waves breaking on the shore. If this sounds like your idea of RV camping heaven, search for an RV in Worcester County and get ready to go exploring.
Once you've arrived in Assateague State Park and set up camp, there's an abundance of outdoor recreational activities to choose from. Of course, given the park's pristine location on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, the first thing most visitors do is head straight for the beach.
Assateague State Park boasts some two miles of beachfront for campers to enjoy. For many visitors, the highlight is simply taking to the wide stretch of sand to enjoy a long, relaxing walk. Whether you're doing some beachcombing to search for seashells or just enjoying watching the gentle movement of the ocean, you'll instantly feel more relaxed.
The sands here are also quite popular with sunbathers during the warmer months, but others prefer to take to the water. You can fish straight from the beach or from the park's marina, while there's also a boat launch area (usage charges apply) available.
Anglers can target bluefish, sea trout, and many other species in the waters in and around the park — just make sure you have an appropriate fishing license before wetting a line. And for those who prefer to explore via canoe or kayak, the peaceful waters of Sinepuxent Bay let paddlers explore hidden coves and secluded islands.
Finally, no visit to Assateague State Park would be complete without a little bit of wildlife watching. Deer, waterfowl, and a wide variety of bird species call this region home, but the island is perhaps best known for its wild horses.
These magnificent creatures are a sight to behold for any animal lover, and they're usually not too hard to spot. However, for safety reasons, it's recommended that you stay at least 40 feet away from the horses at all times and never try to touch or feed them.
Do you want to camp with an RV in Assateague State Park? If so, you'll be more than welcome in the park's large campground, which boasts a total of 342 campsites.
All sites on the campground's G-Loop and some on I-Loop feature electric hookups for RVs, and reservations are available on most sites from the end of April until the last weekend in October. There's reasonable space available on each site as well as enough distance from your neighbors so that you don't feel like you're right on top of one another.
A dumping station is provided near the campground's southern end, while the bathhouse is located near the northern boundary in Assateague State Park's day-use area. There's a camp store if you need to stock up on any essential supplies, while the Pony Express Giftshop and Grill serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner from mid-May until October.
Finally, if you're traveling with your dog, pets are allowed on sites in loops G,H, and I as well as on the nearby beaches.
There's lots to see and do in Assateague State Park. Regardless of whether you're visiting for a weekend or a week, you won't have any trouble finding ways to amuse yourself in this beautiful beachside park.
But when you're ready to pack up camp and hit the road again, you'll find that there's plenty more worth seeing just a short drive away.
For example, you might like to stay in the area and explore the pristine surroundings of the Assateague Island National Seashore, where you'll find sandy beaches and plenty more wild horses. You can also steer your rental RV towards Virginia to check out the wild horses of Chincoteague Island. And if you want to head to an RV park in a major city, Baltimore and its many wonderful museums, including the Baltimore Museum of Art, are a two-and-a-half-hour drive away.
Assateague State Park is one of the best state parks in Maryland and a must-visit destination for any RV camper who loves sleeping just meters from the ocean. If this sounds like you, rent a camper near Assateague State Park and get ready to soak up the best of island life.