One of the early settlements in South Walton, Seagrove Beach has stood the test of time. Where its namesake thick groves of windswept trees still stand, you’ll find a diverse mix of classic beach homes, Florida cottages and beachside condos.
A popular family destination, Seagrove offers shops, restaurants and a wide array of recreational activities.
Things to Do
Seagrove is home to multiple public beach access points, including the handicap accessible Santa Clara Access, at Bramble Grove, complete with restrooms and parking.
Serving Deep Fried Love Since 1949, the Seagrove Village Market is a 30A favorite! Try the Gulf Coast’s best grouper sandwich in the restaurant’s newly renovated space.
The Eastern Lake Trail System offers varying length loops for hiking or biking through native sand hills, pine forests, cypress ponds, wet prairies and Titi swamp.
Wondering how the Surfing Deer restaurant got its name? The son of Seagrove’s original developer, Cube McGee befriended a wild deer who eventually became the family’s pet. Cube taught Bambi how to surf and the inseparable pair would take to the waves each morning.