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Discover beautiful sandy beaches, quiet tidal creeks, expansive marshes and majestic loblolly pine forests. rom the maritime forests of Janes Island State Park along the shores of the Chesapeake to the saltwater marshes of Assateague Island National Seashore and State Park, camping enthusiasts find accommodations to suit their needs.

In addition to public campsites there are also a number of quality private campgrounds. Campgrounds offer improved sites, electric hookups, showers, swimming, boating, hiking trails and nature programs. Between beach and bay, campers have access to the Pocomoke River State Park, offering campers an inside experience with the mysterious Pocomoke River. One of the deepest rivers for its size in the United States, the Pocomoke also hosts the largest stand of northernmost bald cypress trees. It offers excellent fishing and canoeing opportunities as well. All area campgrounds take reservations and can handle trailers and RVs.

Pocomoke River State Park: Shad Landing (near Snow Hill) and Milburn Landing (near Pocomoke City) offer a number of excellent amenities including tent sites, cabins, trailer hookups, boat rentals, picnic areas, boat ramps, fishing piers, a swimming pool and nature trails.

 

Camp at Janes Island State Park (near Crisfield), a 3,600 acre state park surrounded by unexcelled boating, fishing and crabbing opportunities. The Hodson Area on the mainland, features campsites and cabins, a marina and boat rentals for campers and pontoon boat service to Janes Island during the summer months. The island itself is accessible only by boat and is entirely undeveloped.

 

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