Those who call Grayton Beach home enjoy a laid back lifestyle. This small village was the first community established in the South Walton area. It’s located between Pensacola and Panama city on the Gulf of Mexico. Within Grayton Beach, find a designated Blue Wave Beach and Grayton Beach State Park, which spans 400 acres. Most of the town is nestled within Grayton Beach State Park. The park includes pristine beaches, a rare coastal dune lake, and a thick coastal forest with magnolias and twisted scrub oaks. Hike on the nature trail, which travels through a salt marsh and up steep dunes.
Many charter companies leave from Grayton Beach. Go on a fishing trip, or just explore the waters near your Grayton Beach real estate. In addition to the beach life, art is also important in the community. Take lessons at The Shard Shop, explore The Workshop by Ginger Leigh Designs or The Studio Gallery, and shop for gifts at Allison Craft Designs. Many tasty restaurants also call Grayton Beach home. Grab a drink from Bad Ass Coffee, or eat at Grayton Corner Cafe, Nanbu Noodle Bar, Chiringo, or Pickle Factory. Don’t miss The Red Bar. This is a beloved local establishment that offers great food, cold drinks, music, and a very unique interior.
Find old beach cottages in Grayton Beach as well as modern beach homes. Walk well-worn roads with picket fences and friendly neighbors. Children living in Grayton Beach attend the Walton County School District and have access to Seaside School, one of Florida’s first and oldest public charter schools. Families enjoy playing on the beach, especially where Western Lake meets the Gulf. Wildlife is abundant and it’s fun to watch for fish and birds. All residents appreciate the natural beauty and connection to nature that Grayton Beach has to offer.
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