One of the original destinations along Scenic Highway 30A, Grayton Beach seems to have almost been untouched by time. Shaded by tall oaks, blooming magnolias and towering pines, the roads weave in and out of this gulf-side community with a rhythm. The homes in Grayton range from the eclectic wooden beach bungalows to more traditional low profile homes in muted, subtle tones. Regardless of the style, your perfect beach home is waiting for you in Grayton.
The epitome of a cool beach-side town, Grayton Beach is one of two areas in Walton County where permitted 4WD vehicles are allowed to drive directly on the sand. There is something wonderful about enjoying the sun and the sand next to a classic teal pickup truck with the hatch open playing beach tunes, but Grayton’s outdoor activities do not end there.
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Venture over to one of the most popular parks in Florida, Grayton Beach State Park, with its massive sea oat covered dunes, winding trails, abundant wildlife and the shimmering Western Lake. Grab your stand up paddleboard (SUP) or kayak and explore Western Lake! With only a handful existing around the world, these coastal dune lakes are truly exquisite.
Just a couple sandy footsteps from the beach is the world famous Red Bar. Picolos - The Red Bar is a must among locals and visitors, and once you own your Grayton home we know you’ll be a regular. Housed in the old General Store, tunes from the Red Bar Jazz Band can be heard almost nightly echoing through the streets. Just across the street is one of the best spots to watch the sunset tuck behind the gulf waters, Shorty’s Surfside and Topside. Another popular spot in Grayton is Uptown Village. In this compact village you can find boutiques and restaurants all within walking distance of one another.
An eclectic community composed of long time locals and newcomers attracted to its laidback, carefree vibe, owning a home in Grayton guarantees that vibe will forever be yours.