Local and Laid Back

Laid back with local vibes, Seagrove Beach still has that original beach feel. Magnolia trees, native scrub oaks and old dirt roads make up much of Seagrove Beach which is located east of Seaside and connects to Watersound Beach. As one of the largest South Walton beach communities, you can find a blend of small camp style homes, large gulf-front condos and stunning new coastal-modern homes here. Seagrove Beach offers a variety of restaurants, shopping and local services so there is something for everyone to explore. Don’t miss Deer Lake State Park with incredible views of sand dunes and pristine beach!

Favorite Coffee Spot: Beachy Bean
Favorite Lunch: Seagrove Village Market
Favorite Dinner: Old Florida Fish House or Cafe Thirty-A

Seagrove Beach, Florida is a two-mile-long beach community located on the Florida Panhandle, on the Gulf of Mexico, in Walton County, Florida. Seagrove Beach is recognized locally as an independent neighborhood, however its official mailing address is Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. Like the other communities along 30a and Florida’s Emerald Coast in general, Seagrove Beach is known for its scenic and appealing “sugar white” beaches and blue/green waters.

Seagrove Beach has Florida’s highest 1 Mile of continuous Beach along the Miracle Mile extending East from Seaside for 1 Mile. It is located along County Highway 30a, east of Seaside, Florida and west of WaterSound Beach.

There are 20 public beach accesses available for use in Seagrove. Tourism website “Visitsouthwalton.com” describes Seagrove Beach as “laid back, but luxurious” and home to upscale boutiques, casual cafes, a state park and rare coastal dune lakes.

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