Assateague State Park
7307 Stephen Decatur Highway, Berlin, Maryland 21811
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Located at the end of Stephen Decatur Highway (Route 611.) From the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, head east on Route 50 towards Ocean City and turn right onto Route 611. From the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, take Route 13 north to Pocomoke City. Turn right onto Route 113 and head north toward Snow Hill. Stay on Route 113 to Berlin. Turn right onto Assateague Road (Route 376.) When it ends, turn right onto Stephen Decatur Highway (Route 611.)
April to October
350 RV Sites, 350 Tent Sites, 3 Group Sites, 39 Electric Only, 311 No Hookup
$27.49 - $38.49
Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Dump Station, Groceries, Hot Showers
Biking, Boat Ramp, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking, Kayaking, Playground, Swimming
All Ages, Pet Restrictions
Max RV Length 29 ft
Youth Group Camps
Youth group camping areas can accommodate 40, 50 & 60 campers. Fee is $11.75/night.
Max RV Length
Firepit / Fire Ring
Firepit / Fire Ring
2017 Rates are per site
Daily Rates: $27.49 - $38.49
Facilities and Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms
Diner / Snack Bar
Fish Cleaning Station
Planned Group Activities
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One Of The Few Beachfront Campgrounds in the Northeast
October 31, 2016
Assateague is a barrier island, connected by the Verrazano bridge to Berlin, Maryland. It has three campgrounds. Bay side and beach side campgrounds are part of the Assateague Island National Seashore, operated by the National Park Service which we visited four years ago and drove through during this visit. None of the sites have hookups nor flush toilets or hot showers. Wild horses roam the entire island which is part of its attraction.
The third is this beach-front state campground operated by the State of Maryland. A large parking lot adjacent to the check-in office welcomes campers. Amenities offered in this campground include modern showers, flush toilets and some sites with 30-amp/20-amp electric hookups. All of the campsites are spacious, paved, mostly level and just a dune or short walk from Assateague Island’s beautiful beaches. We arrived at about 8:45 on a Friday evening on the last weekend in October.
The campground’s on-line system informed me, when I made our reservation, that there were no electric hook-up sites available, but the welcoming staff at the check-in office was able to give us the option of upgrading to a pet-friendly site with an electric hook-up for a slightly higher rate. That enhanced our camping experience. There was a convenient well-illuminated place to fill our fresh water tank next to the parking lot at the check-in office.
We stayed here in a Class A Motorhome.
July 30, 2010
There is also a Federal Campground on the Island of Assateague that allows pets. We stayed here in April 2010. There are no hookups but 2 of the loops allow generators. We had a wonderful back in site that was huge. We were able to see the bay and the bridge from the mainland to the island from our site and at night you could see the Ferris Wheel on the boardwalk in Ocean City. The abundance of birds, deer, rabbits and of course the Wild Horses of Assateague were just so amazing its hard to explain to people how cool it was. A great campground.
We stayed here in a Travel Trailer 5th Wheel.
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