Grayton Beach State Rec Area
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: NA
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Nice campground and park
First time staying here and very impressed. Clean facilities and park. Only downside is a lake is between you and the beach so we have a short drive to get there. Highly recommended
One of our favorites!
Wow, what a treat to stay in this park - exactly our style. We were able to snag site 12 for 5 nights, which is on the older loop with water access.
Yes, some of the sites are smaller and the loop is tighter. But there are plenty of sites in the loop that can accommodate 35-40' rigs - just check Reserve America to pick them out. A little patience in backing into your site, and you are surrounded by glorious privacy! And the sites on the outer loop along the lake all have private walk ways out on the Western Lake for amazing sunset views over the dunes, and there are several kayak launches.
The new loop is nice, but not nearly as private feeling - and no water access. But if you need 50A and sewer, it's still great. We just prefer the old-style Florida state park experience so much more.
We loved our stay here and exploring the quirky contrasts of Grayton Beach to the west and Seaside to the east. Definitely check out The Red Bar, a great location for local music!
Had great Verizon & AT&T LTE service here. We'll definitely be back!
Completely Loved it
This is the best Park I have ever camped in. We have stayed here many times and we just cannot stop coming back. The bath houses are very, very clean, the walking area is wide open, the people are friendly, what more can I say. The Gulf is beautiful and is within walking distance of the camp sites. we will never stop coming to this place. Just wish I could move here.
Beautiful sand beach
We were in site 16 in the old campground. The sites in this section are for shorter RVs; if you have a big rig, you need to be in the new campground. We like the old cg because the sites are more private and closer to the beach. No road noise at all. Site 16 is right on the lagoon. The bathhouse in the old cg is being torn down and replaced, but when we were there it was closed. There is a bike/walking path that runs right next to Hwy 30A, so it's easy to walk or ride into Grayton Beach. Given my druthers, I would rather stay at Henderson Beach, 20 miles to the east.
New CG open
We have not actually stayed at this park but I did a survey while staying near by. This is a small park and you can walk to the Red Bar at Grayton beach from here. The new loop is full hook up, gravel sites. They did a nice job. The older CG is tight and not all sites would be suitable for big rigs or long TT's. Some of the sites in the old section back to the dune lake, very pastoral! The new section is open without a lot of trees. Some of the sites in the new section; 39 thru 48 have a clear view of HWY 30A and I imagine the road noise would detract from the otherwise nice ambiance of the park. This is why I give it an average rating. The beach itsself is very nice and just a short drive or bike ride within the park. Its not isolated and I observed quite a bit of day use traffic. Nice park if you want to be close to Grayton Beach and the lovely area but not isolated camping.
On our way there!
We stayed there last Feb. and really enjoyed it. They were adding new sites and rebuilding the park at that time. We will be there again next week and will update at that time.