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Salisbury RV parks and campgrounds surround the town in every direction, providing lots of different options for those seeking to explore Somerset County, Maryland. Somerset camping has long been popular with folks around the D.C. area who are looking to get away for a bit. Lake Somerset Family Campground in Westover is one of the most popular campgrounds, and it’s one of the few in the area that isn’t right on the ocean. It is instead in the midst of quaint towns along country roads that almost all lead to the water: The Chesapeake Bay to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east.

 

But Salisbury beach camping is what a lot of visitors come to the area for. And once the chocks are in place, the trailer is level, and the awning is secure, there is a lot to see and do in terms of natural parks and designations. Explore Blackwater and Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuges, Cape Henlopen State Park, and Assateague Island National Seashore, which has wild ponies wandering around its beaches and inland grassy areas.

 

For those who don’t care to venture all the way down to Somerset County, the Sandy Hill Camp and Retreat Center has a vibrant summer camp, and plays host to group functions, like teambuilding — where coworkers learn the value of teamwork by playing games and performing tasks together.

 

There is plenty to see and do around Salisbury, so be sure to set aside some time to wander around downtown. Check out the Salisbury Zoological Park (or Salisbury Zoo), which showcases wild animals that are native to the Americas. Or forgo viewing living animals and instead, visit the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, where you can see painting, sculptures, and photography of wild animals native to the region.

 

No matter where you decide to set up camp, Salisbury RV Parks and campgrounds are diverse enough to meet the needs of all travelers. And once you’ve arrived in the area and shared a beach with wild ponies, you might never want to leave.