Directions to the Park: Due to the inaccuracy of some GPS/Navigation Systems, park visitors should call the park at (850) 267-8300 for directions.
Sugar white sand and sea oats
Loggerhead Sea Turtle
Snowy Plover chick
Modern Cabin
Campsite in the park
Great Horned Owl
Western Lake a rare coastal dune lake
Purple top Pitcher Plant
Sugar white sandy beach with sea oats
Loggerhead sea turtle returning to the gulf waters.
Snowy Plover chick sleeping in the sugar white sands hidden by the sea oats
Modern Cabin surrounded by slash pine trees
Campsite surrounded by scrub and pine trees
Great Horned Owl in flight soaring through the pine flatwoods
Picturesque Western Lake
Rare/Endangered Purple top Pitcher Plant

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Grayton Beach State Park

Welcome to Grayton Beach State Park

Grayton Beach consistently ranks among the most beautiful and pristine beaches in the United States. The beach provides an idyllic setting for swimming, sunbathing and surf fishing and is the backdrop for golden sunrises and silver moonlit evenings. The nearly 2,000-acre park features a boat ramp that provides access to the lake's brackish waters for both freshwater and saltwater fishing. Visitors can paddle a canoe, paddle board or kayak on scenic Western Lake to get a closer look at a salt marsh ecosystem. A nature trail winds through a coastal forest where scrub oaks and magnolias stand, bent and twisted by the salt winds. Hikers and bicyclists can enjoy more than four miles of trails throughout the pine flatwoods. Options for overnight stays include modern cabins and a full-facility campground.

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