Shore Lodge

Address: 25597 Coastal Boulevard, Onley, Virginia, 23418, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 25597 Coastal Boulevard, Onley.
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Travel Blogs from Onley

Pony Swim 2015

A travel blog entry by nataliecsmith on Jul 28, 2015

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JNSM tent camping two nights at Tom's Cove Campground. Nice place and great location. Enjoyed the dock, bike riding, going into town, the carnival, and the ponies. A lot of bug bites. Beautiful weather. The Famous and Chincoteague Diner were recommended places to ...

Crisfield in Somers Cove MD

A travel blog entry by mgsaulis on Jul 24, 2015

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We crossed back over to the east side today. We took advice from a couple who have had many years of experience in the CB and we decided to stay in Crisfield. We are taking a ferry to Tangiers Island tomorrow. We really like the Marina so we think we made the right choice. The town is depressed (as many are) still struggling with the decline of the oyster and crab industry. The entry into the cove is tricky to see. I am using Navionics as a ...

The trek home....

A travel blog entry by rgc4857 on May 25, 2015

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... MD. We all arrived home before dark. We were glad to see Toby Dog. Peggy and Tommy Beauchamp spoiled him rotten while we were gone. I am adding pictures to all the days of the trip. I will be adding more when I receive pictures from Bobby. Looking forward to our next ...

Fishermens' Resort Town

A travel blog entry by bellapop on Apr 07, 2015

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Wachapreague is a small fishing village that looks out over the Wachapreague Channel, which winds through marshes and wetlands out to the Atlantic between Parramore and Cedar Islands. The Machipongo Indians, whose artifacts have been found in the soil, lived here in 1656 when English settlers arrived. The steamboat Tuckahoe travelled here from New York City beginning in 1884. The hotel built in 1902 was a popular destination for visitors from the north who would come down ...


A travel blog entry by walters2012 on May 11, 2014

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Although our departure date was looming, the wonder was certainly not going to end yet! We met up with the wonderful Deb and Steve at Asateague Island to try again to visit it and see the wild horses. Last year politics had closed the Island – they can't hold good Brits and their US buddies down – we were back! It was wonderful. The sunshine smiled lovingly on us and we cycled for miles around the islands, walked on the ...