Just got back from a lovely 4 day trip to Assateague National Seashore. Note this is the National Park, not the State Park (which is nearby but separate and different). We are used to PA and NJ State Parks, and appreciated that adult beverages were permitted here. There were no raging parties, and mostly family groups. Maybe because you need to reserve these sites well in advance, it was what appeared to be regular/serious/prepared campers. We were there too early in the season for the bugs (I’ve heard they can get bad.) Each site has a big paved pad for a camper and a car or two. We camped in Oceanside loop B, site 25. Literally on the beach, but big dunes between the loop and the ocean. It was gorgeous, and we definitely plan to return. The camping areas are fairly wide open, with little shrubbery or trees, so if you are looking for privacy, spend some time looking at the maps and online images selecting your spot. There are more private sites, and some with no privacy at all. Our loop was mostly full, but never felt crowded, and everyone was friendly and chill. We saw wild horses daily, the loop seemed to be part of their morning quest for easy snacks. We kept our food properly locked up, so they passed through our site and nuzzled through our stuff, but found no snacks and moved on. The neighbors weren’t so lucky, and four horses helped themselves to a pancake breakfast, a box of granola bars, fruit and other goodies. We also saw deer on several occasions, bald eagles, and lots of different birds and water fowl. The amenities are basic; pit toilets- which were super clean, non-smelly, and maintained daily; cold water showers (outdoors with partial walls); and cold water pump. The showers weren’t open this early in the season, so I can’t comment on them other than to say they are there. There are short walking trails around the park and a really lovely beach.We are hikers, and the little 1/2 mile or less loops were not big endeavors, however, they were pretty, and one loop (life of the bay?) had lots of horses gamboling around the bay beach. This park would be great for biking around, we will probably take bikes next time. We flew kites, roasted marshmallows, and did some day excursions. All in all, a great place to camp!