• An Assateague wild horse finding shelter in the dunes.

    Assateague Island

    National Seashore MD,VA

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  • Tingles Island Campsite Closed until further notice

    The Tingles Island Campsite is closed to all access until further notice due to nesting bird activity.

Maps

Park Map
479kb, PDF file
Map of Assateague Island
 
Maryland District Trail Map
354kb, PDF file
Map showing the trails in the Maryland District of Assateague Island.
 
Virginia District Trail Map
320kb, PDF file
Map showing the trails in the Virginia District of Assateague Island.
 
Oceanside and Bayside Campground Map
179kb, PDF file
Assateague Island National Seashore Oceanside & Bayside Campground map.
 
Backcountry Camping Map
93kb, PDF file
Map of Assateague Island backcountry oceanside and bayside camp sites that are accessible to backpackers, canoers and kayakers.
 
Over Sand Vehicle (OSV) Zone Map
151kb, PDF file
Map of Assateague Island Over Sand Vehicle (OSV) Zone in Maryland and Virginia.
 
Virginia District Horseback riding map
176kb, PDF file
Map showing the horseback riding areas in the Virginia District of Assateague Island National Seashore.
 
Personal Watercraft (PWC) Closures in Assateague Island National Seashore
606kb, PDF file
Map showing PWC closures in Assateague Island National Seashore.
 
Personal Watercraft (PWC) Maryland District Closures
292kb, PDF file
Map showing PWC access in the Maryland District of Assateague Island National Seashore.
 
Personal Watercraft (PWC) Virginia District Closures
171kb, PDF file
Map showing PWC access in the Virginia District of Assateague Island National Seashore.
 
Boat Use Map - Virginia District
141kb, PDF file
Map showing boating access in the Virginia District of Assateague Island National Seashore.
 

Historic Shorelines of Toms Cove
504kb, PDF file
View 150 years of shoreline changes on the Toms Cove Hook in the Virginia District of Assateague Island National Seashore.

Did You Know?

Instead of using tools to open their lunch, seastars pull it apart using tube feet that work like suction cups. 10 kb

Just like people, seastars eat clams, oysters and mussels! Instead of using tools to open their lunch they pull it apart using tube feet that work like suction cups. Then they push their stomach out of their centrally located mouth and into their prey and liquidate it!