Chincoteague has become a special place for many families. Whether you visit year after year or you've fallen in love with the island after just one visit, pick up one of these local gifts to remember this beautiful place by.
Taffy from Pony Tails
Don't leave Chincoteague without a sweet treat. Pick up a box of taffy for the road or take one to family and friends. This shop has been cranking out delicious confections on Chincoteague for decades and their fudge, caramel popcorn and chocolates are always a hit, but the salt water taffy is the true classic.
Black Narrows Brewing Beer
Stop by Black Narrows and grab a growler of one of their draft beers to enjoy at home. Their selection of craft beer rotates regularly, so there's always something new to try.
Island Creamery Ice Cream
A trip to Chincoteague isn't complete without a scoop of Island Creamery ice cream, but did you know you can take pints to go? That's right, you can get a pint of any flavor to go, so bring the cooler and load up. Throw in an ice cream cake for good measure.
Copy of Misty of Chincoteague
The kids in your life will love this classic tale of a wild pony who won the hearts of two Chincoteague children. Pick up a copy of the book or movie and learn all about the pony that launched this little island into the spotlight. Stop by Sundial Books and pick up a copy.
Church Street Produce Tomato Pie
This island farm stand has become well known for making delicious tomato pies. This southern staple consists of a flaky pie crust, layers of ripe, juicy tomatoes and a delicious cheesy topping. Buy a couple and stash them in the freezer for the long, cold tomato-less months of winter.
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