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This meter is located on private property some distance from the public kiting area. It will generally read higher on southerly directions than the public launch at the park. At Assateague National Park there is a very small beach area to launch on the bayside just after the gated "fee area" entrance. $30 year round parking pass or $15 7 day pass (2010) Once through the gate make a right towards the bayside canoe rental area. If it's blowin' kites will be showin'. Plenty of parking, bathrooms, small bayside beach launch area, a few picnic tables & grills. For accomodations, Francis Scott Key Family Resort is managed by local kiters Jim & Annemarie. Local Expert? edit Edit this Page!
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 Season: year round 
 Water: bayside much warmer & shallow 
 Ability Level: all levels 
 Familiness: family resort / Ocean City  
 Parking: metered in town / fee at Assateague 
 Launch: extremely small beach but shallow 

Route 50 East to Route 611 South until you see the Ocean

Sensor is located several miles from launch, tends to read higher than launch site.


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