We arrived at Assateague State Park on Friday night. On Saturday morning, after breakfast, we went down to the beach. The water was cold! Still, it wasn't so cold that it could lead to any actual health problems, since the water was around 70 degrees, so we went swimming and played in the sand. That occupied the morning. After lunch, it was a short drive over to Ayers Creek, which feeds into Chincoteague Bay, in order to go kayaking. Despite the water having an odd color and smell, it was a nice, easy trip up the creek. Getting back to camp, we saw several of the famous wild horses in someone else's campsite. It happened to be one of the Scouts' birthday, so the adults made a nice dessert for us in order to celebrate.