Camping isn’t for all of us, but whether you’re an experienced camper or just considering trying it out for the first time, Ocean City Maryland could be the perfect place to explore from a campsite.
Of course, if you’re not into camping, and want to air on the side of caution, then you might want to stay near one of the better hotels so that if it all goes wrong, you have a back up!
Hotels Near Assateague State Park is a good place to start looking.
This very popular park offers perfect camping facilities and a good base to explore the area, while being in close proximity to hotels like the Grand Hotel Spa Ocean City, where you can access all the first world facilities should you need them!
You’ll even find wild ponies roaming in the area at this park and it is within easy access of paddle boarding, kayaking, hiking and bike trails. You can’t ask for more from a camping site, really. Many families flock to this campsite in the summer to get away from it all and enjoy some much needed family time in the great outdoors.
Here’s some other campsites worth considering:
The Resort at Massey’s Landing – this is a luxury RV resort in the heart of Delaware. You can also find beach cottages where you can take advantage of the pool, kayaking and SUP activities.
Sunset Beach Resort - The Sunset Beach Resort is surrounded by 1700 acres of protected land which provides plenty for outdoor enthusiast. You can stay in a tent here but they do also have cottages on site. It is open from April to October every year.
Treasure Beach RV Park - Located in Selbyville is this secure park including two swimming pools, a Splash Pad, a Giant Jumping Pillow, a children’s playground, and if that isn’t enough, you can also find a full size basketball court, an RC racing track, and a fishing pier. It is open from April to October every year.
Things to remember when camping
Preparation is key when it comes to camping. You need to make sure you pack for all weathers. Food is also important – think about how you will cook and what you will cook. You might want to keep it simple, as it is more difficult to arrange different pots and pans when camping! Warmth is very important too – invest in some good sleeping bags and airbeds, if you’re having them. Also bring plenty of layers of clothing – even gloves for the summer because you will be surprised at how cold it can quickly get at night, even in hotter months. You’ll want to remember other things too, like a first aid kit, insect repellent, lamps and more – it is wise to make a list as soon as you know you’re going to be going camping so that you can remember every last item!