Maui Jack`s Water Park
Enjoy sliding and splashing on brand new waterslides, floating on the lazy river, chilling in our tiki cabanas, refueling at our concession area and shopping for Maui Jack`s souvenirs.
Be sure to keep an eye out for our namesake, the legendary Maui Jack, an old-time surfer dude straight from the swells of the North Shore who loves the laid back vibe of Chincoteague. You`re likely to catch a glimpse of Jack enjoying his summer afternoons slipping, splashing and sliding in the bodacious shark-free waters of Virginia`s newest waterpark attraction.
Get your passes today direct from Seaside Vacations, and "e hele mai e nana ia makou koke." (Come see us soon!)
Location: 6742 Maddox Blvd, Chincoteague Island, VA 23336
Phone: (757) 336-1800More Info
Libertino Lanes of Chincoteague, VA
We are a local family owned establishment. We house 8 lanes and have a full snack bar. Have an upcoming birthday? Come celebrate with us! We have great party packages to chose from.
Location: 3649 Willow St, Chincoteague Island, VA 23336
Phone: (757) 336-1575More Info
Chincoteague Island Arts Organization
CIAO is a non-profit and was created to save, utilize and maintain the Vintage Island Theatre. The CIAO has beautifully restored the Chincoteague Island Theater and offers films as well as Concerts, Plays, and multiple forms of Entertainment for the Family or Individuals!More Info
Chincoteague Cultural Alliance
The CCA is an all-volunteer, community-based organization whose programs and activities provide opportunities for Chincoteague residents and visitors to experience arts and culture. We plan and present more than 100 programs each year, including musical performances, live theatre, Farmers and Artisan markets, classes, art shows and exhibits, workshops and more. Our goal is to build community through the arts while supporting local artists of all kinds and encouraging people to get involved in arts activities. Visit the website to see more free events and activities during the Peak Season.More Info
Chincoteague Bay Field Station
Chincoteague Bay Field Station provides outstanding multi-disciplinary, educational, and research opportunities that celebrate the rich natural, cultural, economic, and technological resources of the mid-Atlantic Coastal region through field- based and hands- on learning, often in affiliation with multiple public and private partners. Chincoteague Bay Field Station is located in Wallops Island, Virginia and has been serving thousand of learners and students since 1968.More Info
An appointment only, walk/talk tour. The tour only last about 30 minutes, but is jammed pack with knowledge about Chincoteague's most famous ponies. Make sure to grab you "branded" copy the of Misty, Stormy, and SeaStar books, stamped with Grampa Beebe's branding iron! *No appointment is needed during Pony Penning week. Open to all hours are 3pm - 6pm that week!*
The Assateague Lighthouse is located on the Virginia portion of Assateague Island. The Coast Guard has maintained the lighthouse for many years. Ownership was transferred to the Fish and Wildlife Service from the Coast Guard in 2004. While the U.S Coast Guard still maintains the lighthouse as an active navigational aid, the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge is responsible for preserving the lighthouse. The top of the lighthouse is accessible to the public (see visitors schedule). It is still operational and one of the most impressive landmarks of Virginia.More Info
Museum of Chincoteague Island
The mission of the Museum of Chincoteague is to collect and preserve the material culture that reflects the historical progression of the life on Chincoteague Island. We display and interpret those objects to enhance the understanding of various experiences and events from the town's past by preserving objects of significance, along with proper documentation of their history and acquisition, for the use of further generations in understanding the history of Chincoteague Island.More Info
Movies in the Park
Bring a chair and a blanket downtown at Robert N. Reed Waterfront Park, Main Street, and enjoy free outdoor movies on the big screen! Films begin at dusk. In the event of rain, the event will be in the CCA building, a block away, on Church Street. Visit the Chincoteague Cultural Alliance website for more information and dates.More Info
Music on the Dock
A free, live concert series held downtown at the Robert N. Reed Waterfront Park on Main Street. Grab your blanket or chair, or dock your boat and enjoy the music! Visit the Chincoteague Cultural Alliance website for specific dates.More Info
Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge
A part of the National Wildlife Refuge System and connected by the Southern end of our Sister Beach and Park, Assateague National Seashore, the Chincoteague Wildlife Refuge is open to the public for trail use, Beach enjoyment and OSV/Surf fishing. Enjoy viewing Wild Ponies and other beautiful wildlife that the Refuge has to offer. Daily, Weekly and Annual passes available for purchase at the Refuge. *No Dogs allowed, not even in your car*More Info
Iron Pony Adventure Park
Climb to new heights in this Aerial Adventure Course! Experience 30+ aerial obstacles on 2 full levels or take a leap of faith 26 feet up on the Pony Plung!More Info
Surfside Mini Golf
Surfside Golf offers two 18-hole Mini Golf Courses! We recommend trying out both courses...the Front course is more challenging while the Back course is a little easier. Plan at least an hour for each course. After you play, grab a bite to eat at their Snack Bar or cool off with some Dippin' Dots or a Slush Puppie!
Open Seasonally (weather permitting) - check their Facebook page for updates on hours or closuresMore Info
Funland Amusements has been Family Fun for everyone on Chincoteague for generations. Offering Mini Golf, Go-Karts, Rock Wall, Bumper Boats, Spider Mountain, LaunchPad, Arcade, and more, there's something for everyone to enjoy.
Open Seasonally - weather permitting -More Info