Grayton Beach State Park is between Destin and Panama City near Seaside.
The park is convenient to many area locations and activities. Plenty of shopping and restaurant choices are available within 5 to 15 minutes from the park.
Status: Scouted (Future Destination)
357 Main Park Road
Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
Phone Number: (850) 267-8300
Website: Grayton Beach State Park
The campground includes backend sites.
The campground includes 59 sites. The maximum RV length support is 40 ft.
Cost: $24.00 per night, $168.00 per week (30 Amp and water) – $30.00 per night, $210 per week (50 Amp and full hookups)
- 20′ or less – 52 sites
- 25′ or less – 51 sites
- 30′ or less – 48 sites
- 35′ or less – 36 sites
- 40′ or less – 28 sites
21 sites with full hookups and 50 amp service
Reservations can be made up to 11 months in advance through Reserve America.
Each site is equipped with the following:
- 30 amp and 50 amp Electric
- Water only and some full hookups
- a Picnic Table
- Fire ring/ground grill
There are three full-service Bathhouses (including hot-water enclosed showers) and a dump station.
Pets: Allowed in Campground
The park includes or supports the following activities.
- Beaches – Pristine beach area on the Gulf of Mexico. Lifeguards are not provided.
- Bicycling – 4.5 miles.
- Birding – one of the locations for the Great Florida Birding Trail
- Boat ramp – Western Lake, jet-propelled watercraft are prohibited.
- Cabins – 30 two-bedroom, one-bath duplex cabins, including two accessible cabins
- Canoeing and Kayaking – Explore the backwaters of Western Lake, a 100-acre coastal dune lake surrounded by the natural areas of the state park
- Fishing – A fishing license may be required.
- Geo-Seeking / Geocaching
- Hiking Nature Trail – 4.5 (9-mile round trip) miles of hiking and nature trails.
- Pets – Designated areas. Prohibited on beaches and/or waterways.
- Picknicking – Shelters, grills, and picnic tables
- Restroom Facilities
- Showers Day Visitors – Outdoor open showers located in various picnic areas
- Swimming – Pristine beaches. No lifeguards on duty.
- Wildlife viewing – Florida Black Bear, Deer, Grey Foxes, and numerous other animals and birds call Grayton Beach State Park home.