3 bedroom 1 1/2 bath w/ beautiful waterfront park outside of your front door!
About Tina Howard
I came to Chincoteague when I was 16 years old and knew I had found home. 40 years and 7 grandchildren later I know that there's no place like home and although I have no red ruby shoes, I have beautiful sun rises and sunsets, wild life and nature, friends and family, Life is good!!! My partners are retired and live here full time. Their families have all vacationed here since early 1960's, their parents owned Sea Harbor (vacation home also) and it has provided them all with many wonderful memories and quality family time together. We all love this area and all the nature and charm it has to offer. This has been a vacation spot for families all over the world for many years. So we know you will enjoy your stay!
Tina Howard purchased this House in 2016
Why Tina Howard chose Chincoteague Island
Right in Memorial Park!!! This is the best location on the island as far as I am concerned. It offers beautiful views, sunsets, rises, Assateague lighthouse, the coolest waterfront park ever, Chincoteague Veteran's Memorial Park, for the recreation of residents and visitors. The park has tennis courts, basketball courts, playground equipment, fishing/crabbing pier, ball field, boat ramp, a separate kayak launch area and a large pavilion for any gatherings, charcoal grills for your convenience and public restrooms. This is a great place for kids, weddings, family reunions etc… with Chincoteague Veterans Memorial Park right outside your front door making this a great location for any gathering.
What makes this House unique
Explore the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge on miles of hiking and biking trails, kayak its pristine waters to see amazing wildlife; including the world famous Chincoteague Ponies or take in the breathtaking views from atop the Assateague Lighthouse. Relax with your toes in the sand or hit the water and surf the Atlantic Ocean waves at Assateague Island National Seashore. Feel the wind in your hair on a boat cruise or sailing adventure. Cast a rod and catch the ‘Big One’ on an inland or off-shore fishing charter. Discover our rich history by visiting our museums or taking an island tour. Partake in delectable seafood and local fare from one of our many charming restaurants or eateries. Find that perfect treasure by shopping our eclectic shops and art galleries. Experience this and so much more on a little island seven miles long and a mile and a half wide.
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
Great Second Stay
This was our second time and it was just as nice as the first time. Property was very clean and well equipped. Great location for a family. Looking forward to coming back again soon!
This property was exactly as advertised. The location was perfect for a family with children. The kitchen was equipped with everything needed, house was clean, stacks of towels, beach towels, blankets, even buckets and shovels (storage shed) for kids to take to beach. Nothing was overlooked. Thank you.
Cute little spot
We had a great stay! The location was convenient to main street and the girls had a fun time playing on the playground right across the street.
There was more than enough kitchen gadgets and pots and pans. It would have been nice to have had just a few more dish towels to clean the dishes but we made it work.
They had plenty of beach toys for the kids to play with as well as chairs and umbrellas which was super nice to have.
When we come back to the island we will definitely consider staying here again.
Everything about renting Sea Adventure on Chincoteague Island was easy. The online process was easy, communication with the owner was great, and the property lived up to its description. I would definitely rent this property again!
Great for families
The location was perfect for our family reunion. We brought grandkids and this property was perfect for that across from the pier and playground. They loved the beach toys and I loved chairs, umbrellas, and tips (baby powder to remove sand! Can't believe I never tried that in all our years of beach days!!) Thanks Tina.
Family stay in Chincoteague
Great place to stay while visiting family. Clean, convenient location.
As you approach Chincoteague Island along Route 175, explore NASA Wallops Flight facility with its full scale rockets, displays and hands-on activities. The world renowned Pony Round Up and Swim July 28 to Aug 1 brings a large influx of visitors to the Island. The Saltwater Cowboys guide the ponies on Monday July 28 along the beach from the North to the South corral where they will rest for a day. The ponies swim the Assateague channel at low tide to the Chincoteague Memorial Park, Wednesday July 30th. The yearlings and younger ones are auctioned by the Chincoteague Volunteer Fire Company, July 31st. The remaining ponies swim back to Assateague, August 1st. Enjoy: The Volunteer Fireman's Carnival, Blueberry, Seafood, Oyster, and Easter Decoy and Arts Festivals, The Annual Chili and Chowder cook-off. Visit the Herbert H. Bateman Center, Museum of Chincoteague Island, Beebe Ranch, home of 'Misty', and Assateague Lighthouse. Go on the Wildlife Refuge Tour. Ride the Chincoteague Island Trolley.
Besides the National Seashore & Wildlife Refuge, we have lots of Events and Activities: There are 3 pony round-ups each year -- spring and fall Round-ups are less crowded and fun to watch, but the only Round-up where the ponies swim is in July. Explore the channels and nature preserve of Assateague Island. Chincoteague Island boasts a quaint town with lots to do, great seafood, art galleries, gift shops, old-fashioned ice cream shops (try Island Creamery...the Mississippi Mud!) and vintage movie theatre. Boating, Biking, Fishing, Crabbing, Surfing, Miniature Golf or…Just lay on the golden sand!
Enjoy pristine Assateague Beach minutes away. (Conde Nast Traveler’s 20 best beaches in America!) Because Assateague Beach is a National Park, it is beautiful, clean and a true beach! No buildings or development allowed. The ocean swimming, wave jumping and play are wonderful. Assateague Island offers beach, fun and waves. The surfing breaks on Assateague Island are mostly sand bars. The surf here gets really good when there is any type of weather disturbance in the Atlantic Ocean generating swell. On really good swells local surfers will sometimes venture, by boat, to some really good breaks on the nearby barrier islands.
The Chincoteague Cultural Alliance is a non-profit organization that promotes art, creativity and culture on Chincoteague Island and Delmarva’s Eastern Shore. We are an all-volunteer group of artists, musicians, shop/gallery owners, and enthusiasts working together to offer a broad range of fun events each year. Our program calendar includes concerts, theatre, gallery tours, art shows, art & music classes, farmers markets, festivals and more.
Outdoor Parks: Chincoteague Island offers several beautiful parks for the enjoyment of its residents and visitors. We highly recommend taking advantage of these well maintained spaces while you’re on vacation.
Robert Reed Downtown Park - The Town of Chincoteague, with the support of local businesses and a network of volunteers, is involved in an ambitious revitalization project in the downtown area. The Town has accumulated nearly $1.7 million in various grants and local matches toward the project. One major phase of the revitalization involves the development of a new waterfront park. This park, located on the waterfront in the heart of downtown, offers recreational opportunities, a site for festivals and events, and a beautiful view of sunsets. Annual events such as the “Weekend of the Islands” and the “Chili Chowder Cook-off” have already begun drawing as many as 1,500 visitors. There are currently 10 boat slips available for rent to transient boats that are in excess of 26’to 50’ in length. The park is ADA accessible, inclusive of boat slips.
Veteran's Memorial Park - The Town of Chincoteague has a lovely waterfront park, Chincoteague Veteran's Memorial Park, for the recreation of residents and visitors. Memorial Park is located on Eastside Road. The park has tennis courts, basketball courts, playground equipment, fishing/crabbing pier, ball field, boat ramp, Skate Park, pavilion and restrooms. The pavilion may be reserved for groups through a permit issued by the Town for approval. It is recommended that you contact the Town Office to check availability. There is no fee for reserving the pavilion. The Commonwealth of Virginia enforces a recreational fishing license for the water surrounding Chincoteague. The Town of Chincoteague purchases a fishing license for the Veteran's Memorial Park fishing pier, so an individual license is not required.
Donald J. Leonard Park - The Donald J. Leonard Park is located across from the Chincoteague Combined School on North Main Street and protects an open view of Chincoteague Bay with approximately 600 feet of water frontage. Over 2.7 acres of waterfront land has been left in its natural state for the enjoyment of the citizens and visitors alike. Park facilities allow for off street parking.