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2016 VIRGINIA MEETING & CONFERENCE PLANNER EASTERN SHORE


The Chincoteague Center Chincoteague Island


The Chincoteague Center: Meet, Relax and Enjoy the Best of Island Living


Chincoteague Island, Virginia’s only resort island, is perhaps the most beautiful on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. World-famous for its oyster beds and clam shoals, Chincoteague is the gateway to the National Wildlife Refuge which is located on the Virginia side of Assateague Island. The Refuge is also home to the celebrated Chincoteague ponies and an award winning beach managed by Assateague Island National Seashore. As the Shore’s premier event venue, the Chincoteague Center features 9,000 square feet of flexible meeting space for meetings and retreats, accommodating groups as large as 800 with theater seating or 450 for banquets. Our staff will work with you to make your event memorable and carefree and our local caterers provide an exceptional array of menu options. Stay at award-winning nearby hotels, many of which have waterside rooms with stunning sunset views. Spend your free time enjoying our varied island activities. Dine on fresh local seafood, including our famous salty Chincoteague oysters, at fine restaurants. Go charter boat or surf fishing, take boat tours around the island, climb the historic Assateague lighthouse for an unforgettable vista of our barrier islands, kayak through the salt marshes, walk or bike our many nature trails or opt for beach time on one of the longest stretches of unspoiled ocean shoreline on the east coast. Make Chincoteague Island the unforgettable backdrop for your next business or social event... hosted by the Chincoteague Center!


Chincoteague Island’s premier venue for conventions, meetings, conferences and corporate events


Call 757-336-0614 for more information or visit TheChincoteagueCenter.com


Photo courtesy Chincoteague Chamber of Commerce ADVERTISING SECTION Virginia Business 39


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