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Grayton Beach State Park

Grayton Beach State Park, Florida

Florida is known for the natural beauty of its beaches. Unfortunately, most of those naturally beautiful beaches have condos and other manmade blights looming like concrete carrion birds. That’s why Read more...
Florida is known for the natural beauty of its beaches. Unfortunately, most of those naturally beautiful beaches have condos and other manmade blights looming like concrete carrion birds. That’s why Grayton Beach State Park is so great—it’s a beach in all its natural splendor, not Six Flags over the sea. It’s a great spot for any water-based activity short of surfing (this is the Gulf, after all, where real waves only appear during hurricanes). There is boat access to a brackish lake which has both fresh and saltwater fishing. If you get sick of sun and sand, the hiking trails allow exploration of a vibrant marsh ecosystem. The sand dunes might be the coolest feature here; they’re so large that they start to swallow nearby trees and you can practically walk on the treetops. Grayton Beach affirms for us that nature is so much cooler than anything we make.
Grayton Beach Campground
Roxanne
Roxanne: There's a great place for grub near Grayton called Red Bar. It will NOT disappoint (bring cash tho')
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Sandbar Camp North
Ranan
Ranan: Coldwater Garden was amazing! Beautiful location to get away and enjoy some peaceful time in nature....
Camping on Otter Creek
Mitch
Mitch: Primitive camping on Otter Creek. Enjoy the soft sounds of Otter Creek running by. . . Except for the...
Henderson Beach Campground
Christy
Christy: I stayed at Henderson Campground for one night late-May and the beach didn't feel overcrowded yet it...
Glamping on Otter Creek
Mitch
Mitch: Tent in a Tent. . . . Glamping. . . Do it in the woods. . . ! Do it to the soft sounds of Otter Creek...
Lagoon Campground
Right off of Grand Lagoon you’ll find Lagoon Campground, whose campsites come equipped with water and...
Topsail Hill Campground
Dawn
Dawn: Long walk to beach, but have trams available. Beautiful campground.
Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou Campground
Usually when we camp we like to rough it, but every once in a while it’s certainly nice to be spoiled;...
Pine Grove Campground
At the north end of St. Andrews St. Park you’ll find peaceful Pine Grove Campground, tucked away from...
Farm Camp Sites
Wayne
Wayne: Farm camp sites with shade trees and beautiful views. Hurricane Irma evacuees welcome.
Gulf Breeze Campground
Abrye
Abrye: Pros: Having easy access to power, clean toilets & HOT showers. Cons: They pack you in to the...
Florida Caverns State Park Campground
The 35 campsites here all have water and electric; most of the sites also have sewer hookups for RVs...
Quaint and Quiet Lake Seminole
Lee
Lee: RV hook up with lake view within a mile of public boat ramp, picnic area & public fishing doc.
Falling Waters State Park Campground
Try not to get altitude sickness at this campground, located 324 acrophobia-inducing feet above sea...
Florala Campground
Florala’s main attraction may be Lake Jackson, one of the best places in the state for clean and clear...
Blackwater River Campground
Nestled beneath longleaf pines, the 30 campsites at Karick Lake South are close to all the action,...
Rolling Oaks Farm
Trapper
Trapper : Rolling Oaks Farm is nestled on over 80 acres of beautiful oak hardwoods in the small farming...
Open Pond Recreation Area
Whether you gravitate more toward a rod-and-reel or a pair of well-used hiking boots, Open Pond...
Shady Pines Campground
Shady Pines is appropriately named as most sites offer more shade than those at Gulf Breeze, while...
Big Lagoon State Park Campground
John
John: Saw lots of wildlife, and the land is beautiful. Great facilities. Had to reserve a month in advance...