Grayton Beach & The Beaches Of South Walton (SoWal)
Grayton Beach, Florida is a laid back place with quaint historic cottages next door to modern beach homes. It's an eclectic beach burg with good times, picket fences, old oak trees, funky art, and great dining & shopping. If you walk down one of Grayton Beach's well-worn roads, you get the feeling things haven't changed much in the last hundred-plus years since the town's founding. Magnolias, pine and oak trees surround the authentic beach homes.
Be sure to spend a sunset strolling on the beach before visiting the famous Red Bar, the most popular spot in the area is a favorite for fun with friends and family while listening to live music and enjoying great food and drink.
Grayton Beach is home to the natural beauty of Grayton Beach State Park, along the Gulf of Mexico and most of Western Lake. The Grayton Beach hiking trail is one of the most scenic in the area, circling sand dunes, skirting the coastal dune lake, and cutting right through a dense oak hammock. A public dock allows boating and fishing.
Grayton Beach’s unofficial slogan: “nice dogs strange people”.