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We visited Grayton Beach to stand up paddleboard on Western Lake. We also paddled out to the gulf and enjoyed the beach and dunes. What a beautiful place! Highly recommend checking out the dune paths, paddling the lake and enjoying the beach and gulf.
We visited this beach for the day, and it was beautiful! The water was so clear and clean, very different from Galveston Beach we have frequented being from Texas. The white sand is so nice, the sand dunes are neat to see as well! They...More
I grew up in Va Beach. Moving to FL 24 years ago I found this beach to be the most beautiful I had ever seen. The waters are emerald green and clear and the sand beautifully white. This State Park is well preserved with sand...More
I love this beach! You don’t have to worry about this beach problems that the other beaches have over common use. Bathrooms are clean and usable. Walking area are amazing. Such a beautiful beach that you need to check out!!!!
We spent Spring Break in the cabins at Grayton Beach State Park and truly enjoyed exploring the park. The state park flanks the primary public access and private homes of Grayton Beach, which is a bit unusual. However, there is a public bike path that...More
A beautiful day, a beautiful drive. We ended up in a lovely & relatively isolated area with a pristine beach & few people. There were hiking trails along the beach & into the dunes. What a hidden gem. I’m almost reluctant to share this.
While visiting Seaside, we took a bicycle ride, stopping at Grayton Beach. Since we were there in February, it was not crowded and had few vehicles to interfere with our scenic ride. We also stopped for a walk on the beach and to build up...More
Love this nature preserve park that has been set aside by the State of Florida. It is the perfect spot for a picnic (we pic up food from a grocery store in Sea Side) and a swim/day at the beach. There was a small fee...More
No, there wasn't a swimming pool. The campsites are on a fresh water pond but there are signs that say "alligators" so we didn't swim but they had trails to the sandy edge and I am sure you can swim. We visited in February... More
No, there wasn't a swimming pool. The campsites are on a fresh water pond but there are signs that say "alligators" so we didn't swim but they had trails to the sandy edge and I am sure you can swim. We visited in February so it wasn't hot! We rode our bicycles from the campground to the ocean beach, which is spectacular!
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The Rental Shop 30-A (850-260-0001; has many highly satisfied customers. Reef Beach Services also has many satisfied customers and can be reached at 850-296-9077. Talked with them about your plans and get some feed back... More
The Rental Shop 30-A (850-260-0001; has many highly satisfied customers. Reef Beach Services also has many satisfied customers and can be reached at 850-296-9077. Talked with them about your plans and get some feed back. It is highly doubtful that you will have a turtle encounter (best to go to the Keys where they are abundant near shore). You may run into a whale shark that has been cruising the area beaches near shore. Very cool to observe.