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Beaches to ride in Virginia or Maryland

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  • Beaches to ride in Virginia or Maryland

    I’d like to take a couple of our horses to a beach to ride and do a photoshoot. Anyone know which beaches in Northern Virginia or Maryland allow personal horses on the beach? Thank you
    You don't scare me. I ride a MARE!

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    I know you can ride (or bring a horse) during certain times of year to the Assateague National Park in Virginia/Maryland.

    https://www.nps.gov/asis/planyourvis...ack-riding.htm
    ~~ How do you catch a loose horse? Make a noise like a carrot! - British Cavalry joke ~~

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      Originally posted by 4LeafCloverFarm View Post
      I know you can ride (or bring a horse) during certain times of year to the Assateague National Park in Virginia/Maryland.

      https://www.nps.gov/asis/planyourvis...ack-riding.htm
      Thank you. Never entered my mind to think of Assateague because of the wild ponies. Interesting. Thank you
      You don't scare me. I ride a MARE!

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      • #4
        Its really lovely there, if you've not been (with or without a horse). I'm more familiar with the Virginia end and Chincoteague. Spent every summer at my grandmothers in VA beach, and being a pony nut as a child, every summer wasn't complete without a trip to Chincoteague/Assateague. I read Misty of Chincoteague so many times I wore the pages out! LOL
        ~~ How do you catch a loose horse? Make a noise like a carrot! - British Cavalry joke ~~

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          If you’re willing to travel just the tiniest bit further, Cape Henelopen State Park in Delaware offers riding on the beach in the off season:

          https://destateparks.com/Beaches/CapeHenlopen
          (scroll down to the equestrian rules)

          Staying in Maryland, there are a number of beaches on the Chesapeake Bay and tributaries that you can ride on year round. I have frequented the beach on the Sassafras through Grove Point Stables:

          https://www.grovepointstables.com/join-the-fun-1
          Don't fall for a girl who fell for a horse just to be number two in her world... ~EFO

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            #6
            Originally posted by Texarkana View Post
            If you’re willing to travel just the tiniest bit further, Cape Henelopen State Park in Delaware offers riding on the beach in the off season:

            https://destateparks.com/Beaches/CapeHenlopen
            (scroll down to the equestrian rules)

            Staying in Maryland, there are a number of beaches on the Chesapeake Bay and tributaries that you can ride on year round. I have frequented the beach on the Sassafras through Grove Point Stables:

            https://www.grovepointstables.com/join-the-fun-1
            Thank you
            You don't scare me. I ride a MARE!

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              Originally posted by 4LeafCloverFarm View Post
              Its really lovely there, if you've not been (with or without a horse). I'm more familiar with the Virginia end and Chincoteague. Spent every summer at my grandmothers in VA beach, and being a pony nut as a child, every summer wasn't complete without a trip to Chincoteague/Assateague. I read Misty of Chincoteague so many times I wore the pages out! LOL
              Are you allowed to be on this forum if you didn’t read Misty of Chincoteague? Ha ha. Misty, Stormy... I loved them all
              You don't scare me. I ride a MARE!

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              • #8
                Too far south for you but I relish the rides I had from st Simons to the beach on Sea Island. I got to ride with the employees of Bennies Red Barn Restaurant and from the rental stables on St Simons. perks of my clerkship with the federal judge. Galloping on the private beach on Sea Island for a couple of years was unbelievablely great.
                i read every horse book growing up including Misty's adventures

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