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When you are planning on camping in Accomack County, you’ll need a place to make your temporary home; consider a stay at Virginia Landing RV Campground. This secluded property is situated between the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. It offers waterfront access, a swimming pool, miniature golf, a game room with billiards, volleyball and shuffleboard courts, horseshoe pits, a playground, and a clubhouse.
The campsites at Virginia Landing RV Campground feature full hookups, picnic tables, and fire rings. Service is 20/30/50-amp. Campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a dump station, and WiFi. The campground is family-friendly and pet-friendly.
You’ll be close to the Assateague Island National Seashore when you're RV camping at the Virginia Landing RV Campground. This 48,000-acre area consists of mostly near-shore and estuarine waters. It is home to the world-famous wild horses and other native plants and animals. Outdoor recreational activities include hiking, hunting, horseback riding, and wildlife photography. The Toms Cove Visitor Center features a marine aquarium and touch tank, beachcombing exhibits, educational brochures, and a book and gift store. The Assateague Island Visitor Center features marine aquariums and a touch tank, a movie about the island’s wild horses, educational brochures, and a book and gift store. Ranger-led programs for all ages are held throughout the year.
You can also explore the great outdoors at the Savage Neck Dunes State Wildlife Area and Preserve with your Quinby camper rental. This unspoiled 298-acre preserve features Chesapeake Bay beach, dune, and maritime forest environments. It is home to migratory songbirds and northeastern beach tiger beetles. There are three marked hiking trails featuring interpretive signage. There may be managed hunts during deer season. The preserve offers public access, but there are no restrooms, drinking water, or on-site staff, and parking is limited.
Janes Island State Park offers another way to experience the great outdoors as well as a great sense of community. Spend some time here with your RV rental near the Virginia Landing RV Campground. The island portion of the park features over 2,900 acres of saltmarsh, miles of isolated beaches, and over 30 miles of water trails. The mainland park features a boat ramp and marina with a fish cleaning station, pavilions and picnic areas, and a conference center. Recreational opportunities here include swimming, fishing and crabbing, hunting, bird watching, and nature viewing and photography. Canoes and kayaks are available for rent. There are a nature center and park store, too.
You will have the unique opportunity to visit the NASA Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center when you camp in an RV near Quinby. Wallops supports commercial sector and government needs and partners with the U.S. Navy, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and many more organizations and entities. The Visitor Center features exhibits covering aeronautics, rockets, scientific balloons, and the history and missions of the facility. There is also an observation deck, a rocket launch viewing site, and a gift and souvenir shop. Group tours and public programs for all ages are held regularly. Special events include astronomy nights.
You will also be near the fabled Chincoteague Island when you rent a camper near Virginia Landing RV Campground. It's the home of the famous wild Chincoteague ponies, which you can learn more about at the Chincoteague Pony Centre. Other things to see and do here include the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, the Robert Reed Waterfront Park, the Museum of Chincoteague Island, the restored Captain Timothy Hill House, and a variety of parks and beaches. There is an island trolley known as the Pony Express. There are self-guided tours for nature lovers, history lovers, and horse lovers. Special events that you may want to consider when planning your trip include the World Famous Pony Swim Day, the annual Oyster Festival, the Easter Decoy and Art Festival, and the annual Chincoteague Seafood Festival. Be sure to check out the Chincoteague Chamber of Commerce and Certified Visitor Center, Chincoteague Island Vacation, and the Virginia Tourism Corporation for the latest in local attractions, happenings, news, and visitor guides.
Since you’ll be close to the ocean while camping in Quinby, you’ll have easy access to some of the finest and freshest seafood available. Other nearby dining options include Southern-style home cooking, authentic barbecue, ethnic eateries, and familiar fast-casual chains. You’ll likely need to fuel up your Quinby motorhome rental as well, and you can find both gasoline and diesel fuel easily at any of the area truck stops, convenience stores, or service stations.