There are a lot of new people joining a new culture of outdoor adventure in Assateague Island.
In fact, there are now more than 100 groups and individuals in the community with varying levels of experience and knowledge.
They’re all trying to figure out how to build their own little campsites, but some of them are a little bit different.
Here are 10 things you need to know before you try your hand at a campground.
What are the rules?
Camping is prohibited at the beach, on the beach in the water, in the sand, or anywhere else, but there are plenty of places where people can stay and enjoy themselves.
In most areas, camping is not allowed outside of designated areas, and there are rules and regulations to keep everyone safe and happy.
Some campsites are well marked and are clearly marked for campsites.
Others, like the ones you’ll see on this list, are less clear, but that’s not really a problem because the rules are easy to follow.
Some of the rules: You can’t camp outside of the designated areas.
You must be in the designated area at all times.
You can stay at a designated site, but you can’t take your tent there.
You don’t have to be on the site for more than 15 minutes.
You are required to wear appropriate footwear and carry a valid beach towel and your own toilet paper.
You may use a small generator or small generator-like device (such as a generator pole) in your tent, and you may not have any more than two generators in the tent.
In the case of large generators, you can only bring them inside the tent, as long as you do not bring more than one.
You’re required to clean up after yourself at least once a day.
You cannot bring any pets.
You have the right to call the island home and camp anywhere.
What do I need to pack?
The basics: 1.
A tent and tent poles (if you have one)