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On Virginia's Eastern Shore is situated the modern, fun, and well-equipped Tall Pines Harbor Waterfront Campground. If you are up for a new experience full of excitement and adventures, book an RV in Accomack County. While driving your camper rental throughout the area, you'll feel the unique coastal vibes of the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
This Temperanceville campground offers many recreational activities including kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing and crabbing, bird watching, and more. A variety of events are scheduled here throughout the year, too, including themed weekends like the St Patrick's Annual Chili Cook-Off, Paint-N-Sip, Horse Show, and many more. One thing is for sure - you won't be bored while camping at Tall Pines Harbor Waterfront Campground.
The campground offers access to free Wi-Fi, cable TV, premium waterfront sites, and an on-site snack bar. The sites have full hookups with 50 amp electrical service. The kids will enjoy the splash park and the jumping pillow. And if you're just looking for some peace and quiet, you can sit by the sandy beach. Enjoy the melding of the sand and the sea while taking in the sights and sounds of this waterfront RV campground.
While driving your RV rental around the Eastern Shore of Virginia, you'll come across many unspoiled natural attractions. You can visit the beautifully arranged and well-maintained Barrier Islands Center. You can learn a lot about the islands while you're here, and leashed dogs are welcome. In the museum's galleries, you'll catch a glimpse of how life on the islands has changed in the last century through sepia photographs and exhibitions. During your visit, you can stop by the mini-theater to view original documentaries about the area.
Animal lovers should consider a trip to the Salisbury Zoological Park while camping at Tall Pines Harbor Campground. The zoo is nestled in the heart of the Salisbury City Park in Salisbury, Maryland. It has a bistro, where you can rest and have a meal, a gift shop, free Wi-Fi, and the zoo is wheelchair accessible. You'll be able to see birds, mammals, and reptiles. From Amazon parrots to American alligators, you'll come across many species that you've never seen before.
Just about an hour's drive from the campground, you'll be able to have a unique adventure in Ocean City, Maryland. You can enjoy a meal in one of many restaurants, go golfing, stroll along the boardwalk, or go shopping. At the end of the day, you can just sit on the beach and relax. There are many family events organized here too.
Hop out from behind the wheel of the camper rental and consider doing a little exploring by bicycle - it is a common way of transport on the island. You can also enjoy a cruise along the coast for a chance to see dolphins, eagles, shorebirds.
This piece of paradise offers so many unique and interesting activities that it might be hard to choose what you are going to do or see first. There are many ways that you can explore the islands; you can ride a bike, rent a kayak, or just lay back on the beach and enjoy the mesmerizing views of the horizon. When you're camping at Tall Pines Harbor Campground, you can explore the barrier islands that surround it. Assateague Island is to the northeast, and Fisherman's Island is to the south; every island has its own unique atmosphere and purpose.
Assateague Island is the closest one to the campground and can be easily reached with your RV rental. If you want to learn more about the island's history and wildlife, check out the Assateague Island Visitor Center. Head to this majestic island during the annual wild horse roundup and observe feral horses swimming across the channel. The event lasts for a week and has many different stages to check out while you're here. Spend time exploring the Assateague Island National Seashore, where you can immerse yourself in this stunning wilderness with activities like hiking, kayaking, and strolling along the sandy shores.
Close to the Assateague Island National Seashore is Chincoteague Island. While in Chincoteague, consider visiting the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge where you can see wild ponies, the symbol of the islands. The island is also where the NASA Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center is located. From here, you can watch rocket launches, learn about space flight, and attend lectures geared around space-related topics. The Museum of Chincoteague Island is a great place to catch a glimpse of the island's history while you're here.