5th Annual Assateague Beach Glamping!

As of 5/14/2013, I only have 0 more spots available!!!

Welcome to the 5th Annual Assateague Beach Glamping!

May 16th – May 19th, 2013 (Thursday thru Sunday)

Group Site has been reserved! (woot! woot!).

The cost is $20 PER PERSON (non-refundable) and is REQUIRED to reserve your spot. I will email the instructions on how to make the payment.

o Check-in starts at 12pm. Check-out is at 11am. There is a vehicle fee of $15 per car that is payable at the main gate when you arrive. Carpool is encouraged.

o Campers MUST check-in and register your car at the Ranger Station upon arrival. There is no limit to vehicles permitted in the group site lot; however, if there are no spaces available, additional parking is available at the Ranger Station. All campers are REQUIRED to possess a valid entrance pass and to display a campground parking permit at all times.

o Quiet hours are from 10pm to 6am. o These are tent-only, nonelectric, walk-in campsites. . Each site has picnic tables and an outdoor grill. If you have a portable grill, bring it! It is better to have extra grill than waiting for your turn.

o These are tent-only, nonelectric, walk-in campsites. Unfortunately, generators are not allowed. It has picnic tables and outdoor grill. If you have a portable outdoor grill, feel free to bring it. It is better to have extra grill than waiting for your turn.

o There is a bath house with shower facilities and (very clean) portable toilets. Basic list: shampoo, soap, towel, toothbrush/paste, deodorant, etc...o Assateague has designated nature trails, bike lanes and areas available for kayaking/canoeing. Bring your gear!

o If you are planning to bring an air mattress bed, don't forget the air pumps.o Open fires are allowed on the beach at night. If you have wood, bring it!o Insects are usually not a problem in May, but this is Assateague, so don’t take chances. Bring insect repellent with Deet.

o These are sandy campsites. Bring long tent stakes (extras are nice to have) and stakes hammer. o If you have a portable radio, bring it!o We generally share food, drinks and alcohol, so feel free to bring whatever you'd like, particularly anything you’d like to cook on the grill. Keep food in containers and must store in a latchable hand-sided cooler; wild ponies roam freely on the island. All food must be stored in a latchable hard-sided cooler to make it inaccessible to wildlife. Don't forget to bring an extra cooler with ice.

o Bring warm, layered clothing for evenings - it gets cool.

Basic lists: sunblock/sunscreen, tent, tarp, screen house, canopy, lounge folding chairs, sleeping bags, flashlight, head lights, lantern, matches, trash bags, paper towels, travel games/game cards, extra batteries

Please feel free to call or email me if you need guidance on what to bring or if you need gear or have extra gear that you can share.  The following websites may help if you'd like more information:



See you all there!


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  • Jamie S.

    Pebbles, just confused. One person said they saw 5 spots? You replied you had 17 or so ppl going but the meetup has a limit of 4 and that includes you & no one
    has guests. It is a math problem I can't solve. Anyway, just wanted to explain.

    May 14, 2013

    • Pebbles

      Jamie - originally i only have 5 spots available...some people emailed me privately to join in ... the question should be if i still have space available and the final answer is none.

      May 14, 2013

  • Jamie S.

    I see 4 people and it says full???

    May 13, 2013

  • Pebbles

    RAJ is PAID!

    1 · March 21, 2013

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