Chincoteague, Virginia

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  • Chincoteague, Virginia

    Photograph the Assateague Lighthouse

    3.3
    0.25 mi / 25 ft gain
    The majestic red and white-striped Assateague Lighthouse sits like a grand decoration on Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge The coloring of a lighthouse, along with its particular pattern of flashing lights, is designed to make it highly visible to a boat in the adjacent ocean. The Assateague ...
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  • Pocomoke City, Maryland

    HIke the Bald Cypress Trail

    3.0
    1 mi / 0 ft gain
    The beautiful Pocomoke River State Park is divided into two sections, the Shad Landing Area and the Milburn Landing Area. The Bald Cypress Nature Trail is located in the Milburn Landing Area. Once you are in the Milburn Landing Area, you'll want to look for the Mattaponi Pavilion sign and turn do...
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  • Berlin, Maryland

    Assateague Island

    4.7
    This is the perfect getaway if you are on the East Coast! Assateague Island is a 37-mile long barrier island along the coasts of Maryland and Virginia that is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Sinepuxent Bay on the west. The state and national parks offer the chance to explore ...
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  • Berlin, Maryland

    Bike Assateague Island National Seashore

    5 mi
    Assateague Island is a 37 mile long barrier island along the coasts of Maryland and Virginia, and is home to the famous herd of wild horses. Asssateague National Seashore is located on the Maryland side of the island, and offers Atlantic beaches, bay beaches, biking routes, hiking trails, and wil...
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  • Laurel, Delaware

    Hike the Bob Trail at Trap Pond SP

    4.5 mi / 148 ft gain
    In 1951, Trap Pond State Park became one of Delaware's first state parks. Today, the pond is home to the northernmost natural stand of baldcypress trees in the country, and the Bob Trail is an excellent hike that will give you a great overview of this gorgeous state park.  The 4.5 miles Bob Trai...
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  • Laurel, Delaware

    Camp at Trap Pond State Park

    Camp within the enchanting forest of Trap Pond State Park and explore the northernmost natural grove of baldcypress trees on the east coast. Be sure to take out a kayak or canoe and paddle among the ancient baldcypress swamp to discover native birds, turtles, wildflowers, and other incredible spe...
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  • Ocean View, Delaware

    Paddle the Assawoman Canal

    5.0
    The Assawoman Canal is a beautiful waterway in Ocean View, Delaware and a perfect spot for an easy, yet scenic paddle. The canal is narrow and calm, which makes for some spectacular reflections of the surrounding trees.  You can start and park at the Assawoman Canal Trailhead parking lot off of N...
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  • Bethany Beach, Delaware

    Camp at Delaware Seashore State Park

    4.0
    Delaware Seashore State Park offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and Rehoboth and Indian River Bays to the west. the campground is located beside the iconic Indian River Inlet Bridge, only a short walk from the beach. Be sure to visit the Indian River Life-Saving Station, a h...
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