Grayton Beach State Park

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Grayton Beach State Park


Location:Near the town of Grayton Beach on SR 30A, south of US 98.
Facilities:Full-facility campsites, 30 duplex cabins (2 @di), picnic pavilion, trails, boat ramp, beaches, showers, amphitheater.
Activities:Camping, canoeing/kayaking, saltwater fishing, swimming, hiking, bicycling, wildlife viewing, interpretive programs (seasonal).
Special Features:Located in one of the oldest townships on Florida's Gulf Coast, the park's beaches have consistently been ranked among the best in the nation.
Address:c/o Deer Lake State Park
357 Main Park Rd
Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459

Phone:850-231-4210
Web: www.floridastateparks.org/graytonbeach
Size: 1,988 acres land, 183 acres water.

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WaterColor is a 499-acre Southern coastal resort and residential community in Northwest Florida, directly on the Gulf of Mexico, adjacent to the acclaimed Grayton Beach State Recreation Area along south Walton County's Scenic Highway 30A.
WaterColor is a 499-acre Southern coastal resort and residential community in Northwest Florida, directly on the Gulf of Mexico, adjacent to the acclaimed Grayton Beach State Recreation Area along south Walton County's Scenic Highway 30A, with 1,400 linear feet of sugar-white beaches known world-wide as the Beaches of South Walton, and coastal pine forests running adjacent to the Western Lake.
WaterColor is a 499-acre Southern coastal resort and residential community in Northwest Florida, directly on the Gulf of Mexico, between Seaside and the acclaimed Grayton Beach State Recreation Area along south Walton County's Scenic Highway 30A.
WaterColor is a Southern coastal resort and residential community in northwest Florida, directly on the Gulf of Mexico, adjacent to the acclaimed Grayton Beach State Recreation Area situated along south Walton County's Scenic Highway 30A.
on the white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico, adjacent to Grayton Beach State Recreation Area in northwest Florida.