Bands of wild horses freely roam amongst plants and native animals that have adapted to a life of sand, salt and wind. Special thickened leaves and odd shapes reveal the plant world's successful struggle here. Ghost crabs buried in the cool beach sand and tree swallows plucking bayberries on their southward migration offer glimpses of the animal world's connection to Assateague.
At this National Seashore, visitors can hike, ride horses along the beach, hunt (in-season, of course!), kayak, swim and surf and camp. There’s enough adventure to satisfy everyone in your family.