Island Camping – Assateague
Wild Horses Galloping through the campground is a common happening on Assateague Island.
This horse was seen galloping from the beach and through the H and G Loops of Assateague State Campground.
As the sunsets the horses will move from camp pad to camp pad scrounging for food and grazing on the plants between the pads!
Campers are not suppose to feed the animals.
There are stiff fines for doing so.
In the mage is one of three galloping through on Thursday afternoon, October 8, 2015.
These wild horses are considered a National Treasure!
Even if you do not camp, check out the parks for beach activity kayaking, educational and wildlife aspects!