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Recent Chincoteague reviews

  • Cute house at Trails End Campground

    "Trails End is an interesting place near Chincoteague, VA. This is a charmingly decorated small, good value unit. The owners are very responsive and nice and easy to work with. We made a last minute reservation and enjoyed our stay. Very reasonable price. Trails End is a trip, with a combo of post-Hippie and retired military types and rather facinating."
    Guest: Michele S. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 3, 2014
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  • Great spot

    "This house is perfect for 6 people. We were 4, so it was great! Very clean, well taken care of, well stocked kitchen, and owner is available at a moments notice. I communicated by email or text message when I had any questions. The property is located in a nice little area with a few other houses on a circle, so it's very private. Great screened in porch!"
    Guest: Lorraine Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 19, 2014
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  • First Rate!

    "Unplugged is a wonderful property on the beautiful island of Chincoteague. We spent Pony Penning Week there with our family of six adults and three children, ages ranging from 1 to 71 years old! We enjoyed the week in this wonderful house tremendously. The house has every amenity you need - bicycles, beach toys and chairs, crab pots and traps, and even a kayak - to make the most of your time outside. It also has plenty of games, puzzles, and comfy couches for napping and relaxing on Island time. The kitchen is easy to use and has every appliance we needed for fantastic family meals. (There's a wonderful produce place on Church Street, half a mile away, for fresh fruit and veggies. And His and Hers on Maddox sells live crabs and incredibly fresh seafood that satisfied even our incredible appetite for good seafood.) Even without the famous ponies, there is plenty to do and see. We couldn't fit it all in. The property is within walking distance to Main Street for strolls in and out of all the cute shops. It's within short biking distance (a couple of miles) from Chincoteague Wildlife Refuge Center and Assateague Islands where there are lovely trails to walk, hike, and bike and beautiful, uncrowded beaches (compared to the Jersey shore) to spend your days swimming, sunbathing, and kite flying. Plus the wildlife is amazing. My children, ages 7 and 10, had a wonderful time. They earned their junior park ranger badges and patches at the two National Park/Wildlife Refuge Centers, biked to their hearts' content, fished and crabbed for the first time (Jimmy at Captain Steve's Tackle Shop is super friendly and encouraging), and thoroughly enjoyed being unplugged. The owners, Greg and Susan, couldn't have been more friendly or more accommodating. They answered our many questions and gave first rate recommendations. The house is in fantastic shape - just right for a week along the Eastern shore."
    Guest: Jeanette K. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 2, 2014
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  • Oyster Bay Gem!

    "We spent five weeks enjoying life on Oyster Bay. This beautiful home lives comfortably for a smaller group. There were six of us at times and other times it was just my wife and I. The house was always perfect for our needs.The kitchen was super well equipped. We ate almost all our meals in because we couldn't imagine not spending every moment we could on the screen porch overlooking the water. After five weeks we were in sync with the birds and the oystermen. And we were not ready to go home!"
    Guest: James O. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: October 6, 2014
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Chincoteague Travel Tips

Summer Vacation at Chincoteague Vacation Rentals

Chincoteague is a beautiful resort island on Virginia's eastern shore. It is the gateway to the Assategue Island National Seashore and famous for its clam shoals and oyster beds. Fishing is a popular pastime and the area is also known for its abundance of migratory birds. Chincoteague vacation rentals are most popular in the summertime when you can enjoy the many fabulous beaches and variety of events and activities. It's a great place for a family vacation or a quiet romantic getaway where you can be as busy or idle as you like.

Things to do Near Chincoteague Vacation Homes

Make the most of your vacation at Chincoteague by enjoying the outdoors. The beaches are great for swimming, surfing or simply soaking up the sun. You can be part of the vibe at one of the crowded popular beaches, or you can visit one of the more remote stretches of sand and enjoy a more private beach picnic.

Follow the trails and enjoy a day out hiking or biking. Bikes can be hired from the shops on Maddox Avenue. You can pick up a map and do some independent exploring or you can join a guided tour and get the advantage of learning more about the island at the same time.

The wild Chincoteague Ponies are legendary. By visiting one of the riding centers, you can learn about their interesting history. If you enjoy horseback riding, you can go on a riding excursion on one of these beautiful horses.

The fishing village provides some interesting insight into Chincoteague's culture and history. You'll be charmed by its beauty and can enjoy hours browsing the stores for bargains and some keepsakes to take back home. The local artists are well known for their incredible paintings of the island's birdlife and wild horses. You can also find some excellent handmade crafts, printed t-shirts and some beautifully crafted duck decoys.

Boating is one of Chincoteague's favorite pastimes. On a summer's day when there is a bit of a breeze, you can see many colorful sails out on the water. Powerboats or sailing yachts can be chartered for a day or a few hours or you can hire a mooring for your own private boat for the duration of your stay.

Will you Enjoy a Stay at Chincoteague Vacation Homes?

Chincoteague is a great destination for people who like an active vacation where there is loads to see and do. At the same time, the serene beauty of the island also invites those looking for a quieter getaway. At the end of the day, your vacation could be a combination of both, with some exploring during the day time and relaxed and lazy afternoons sitting out on the deck reading a good book. Bird lovers and fishermen are particularly drawn to Chincoteague. You can spend hours watching the migratory birds frolic in the shallows through your binoculars. Fishermen can choose from shoreline fishing or rent a boat to try their hand at deep sea fishing. The inland waterways also provide some excellent fishing but make sure you familiarize yourself with the region's species, size and limit restrictions.

Staying in Chincoteague Condos

Many of the rental homes in Chincoteague reflect the island's charm. As a resort island, there are many condos and homes available to rent, especially in the popular summer season. A comfortable home that is tastefully furnished provides you with a lodging that feels like a home away from home. Most are equipped with all modern conveniences which mean that all you need to bring along are your grocery supplies and outdoor toys in order to enjoy a really great vacation. Chincoteague is the type of place where you'll want to stay for a little while and the affordability of staying in a vacation home allows you to do just that.

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