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Grayton Beach State Park

Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

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Contact Information
357 Main Park Road, Santa Rosa Beach32459
(850) 231-4210

The park currently maintains 37 Campsites, and 30 Cabins. Overnight visitation is increasing in its popularity here at Grayton, so make reservations early. The management and staff are looking forward to meeting new visitors as well as welcoming back our friends from the past.

Grayton Beach State Park Campground Photo

Hours of Operation
Florida state parks are open from 8 a.m. until sundown 365 days a year.

Driving Directions
Grayton Beach State Park is located South of U.S. 98 appoximately halfway between Panama City Beach and Destin Take County rd 283 south of U.S. 98 turn left at the stop sign on 30A approximately .1 mile east of the intersection of C.R. 30A and C.R. 283 our entrance will be found on the right.

Park Activities
This 2,228 acre coastal park has 30 fully furnished 2 bedroom 1 bath cabins available for reservation. The Cabins are located a short walk from the sugar white sand beaches our area is renowned for. The Cabins are in a remote area of the park behind an electronic gate and are not generally accessible without reservation to the visiting public. Current pricing is $110.00 plus tax per night with minimum stay requirements.

Grayton has an Amphitheater adjoining the Campground. Ranger led interpretive programs are conducted on the lake peninsula during the summer months. See a Ranger for details.  

Boat Ramp
A boat ramp is available on Western Lake.

Saltwater species are caught in the surf, while both fresh and saltwater fish are caught in the lake's brackish water.

Full Facility Camping
The Florida State Park’s most charming Camping area is found here at Grayton Beach State Park.

Thirty -Seven campsites with electric and water hookups are available for reservation, at $19.00 per night plus tax through Reserve America. Our Campground has a centrally located restroom with hot showers, and a standalone dump-station. Sites 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18, are located on the Lake no Campsites are on or closer than a ten minute walk of the Beach. Please dispose of refuge responsibly.

Nature Trails
The Grayton Beach Nature Trail begins near the beach parking area and winds among sand dunes, pine flatwoods and scrub communities. It is interpreted by a self-guiding leaflet available at the ranger station.

A large picnic pavilion overlooking the Gulf waters is available.

Swimming along the park's one mile of shoreline is very popular for visitors.