Nice dogs, strange people.

Looking for a funky little town full of character that was also named America’s #1 beach? Grayton Beach is the most eclectic beach community on Highway 30A where both the locals and artists love to work and play. This historic community is located just west of Seaside, and is also known for its pristine Grayton Beach State Park. Developers did not have the chance to purchase large parcels of land here which created a very natural, quaint and unique vibe. You can discover dive bars and amazing restaurants here, as well as art galleries and a local bed and breakfast. Grayton Beach is such a fun and original Highway 30A town to explore!

Must See: Grayton Beach State Park
How to Live Like a Local: Yolo Board through the dune lake
Favorite Coffee Spot: Hotz Coffee
Favorite Lunch: Chanticleer Eatery
Favorite Dinner: Red Bar or Borago

Grayton Beach is a small, historic beach village on the Florida Panhandle Gulf coast halfway between Destin and Panama City in Walton County and adjacent to Grayton Beach State Park. Collectively, the area is known as the “Beaches of South Walton,” with South Walton referring to the southern portion of Walton County below the Choctawhatchee Bay.

The village is in the center of a 20-mile-long (32 km) stretch of coastal dune lakes. Western Lake is one of the nearby coastal dune lakes. Most land north of County Road 30A in the Grayton Beach community is state park.

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