Seagrove Beach, Florida is perfect for nature lovers seeking an unspoiled retreat and uncrowded environment. Enjoy canoeing, kayaking, swimming and more. Swimming and sandcastle building were once the most popular pastimes since there weren’t many commercial ventures in the area. Now visitors have many options for recreation as well as dining and shopping. Nearby Eastern Lake and other rare coastal dune lakes are great places to explore the natural surroundings, wildlife and enjoy the outdoors.
Whether your ideal vacation is shopping, fishing, boating, golf, canoeing, kayaking, biking, YOLO boarding, exploring the rare coastal dunes, watching the dolphins, relaxing in a spa, swimming in our private heated or non-heated pool, laying in the sun on the beach, attending a concert, taking a sunset cruise or simply relaxing on the porch or in a hammock, Seagrove has something for everyone.
For a day outing, its an easy 30 minute drive west to Destin featuring a premier lifestyle center anchored by Bass Pro Shop, an outlet mall and 14-theater Rave Motion Pictures. Go about 16 miles east to visit Panama City’s new Pier Park, a mega outdoor shopping venue consisting of over a million square feet and 124 specialty shops plus restaurants, the Boardwalk, Miracle Strip amusement theme park, the Grand Theatre, a 16 screen, state-of-the-art IMAX movie theatre, 1,500′ fishing pier ($6 includes a fishing pass), concerts, catamaran sailing and more.
Susanna Hoffs of The Bangles has found her perfect beach, and she’s literally singing the praises of South Walton in her brand new song This Is The Place. Listen to our new theme song by clicking on “This is the Place” located in the left column. Also, check out the 30A Songwriter’s Festival hosted each year with songwriters like John Hall (Hall & Oates), Susanna Hoffs (Bangles), Sheryl Crow, Emily Saliers (Indigo Girls) and Shawn Mullins who perform in intimate venues along the communities of 30A.