Grayton Beach State Park
Limited Visitation at this Park
Effective July 2, 2020: Grayton Beach State Park is open. The beach, trails and canoe/kayak launch are available. Restroom availability may be limited. Visitors are expected to maintain distances of at least six feet apart.
Due to the effects of Hurricane Sally, some areas of the park still may have limited access.
Welcome to Grayton Beach State Park
Soaking in warm gulf breezes while relaxing on pristine Grayton Beach might be the main attraction, but that’s only one aspect to this gorgeous park.
Grayton Beach consistently ranks among the most beautiful and pristine beaches in the United States. Western Lake offers fishing and paddling, and those who want to explore on foot have four miles of trails to traverse through a coastal forest where scrub oaks and magnolias stand, bent and twisted by salt winds.
An overnight excursion yields its own unique experience with a stay in one of the well outfitted cabins or a more rustic accommodation at one of Grayton’s cozy campgrounds.
At nearly 2,000 acres, Grayton Beach State Park is more than a backdrop for golden sunrises and silver moonlit evenings.
Plan Your Visit
Paddle Western Lake
Grayton Beach State Park Photo Gallery
Beaches at Grayton Beach
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