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Discover the charm of Seagrove, a beach neighborhood that locals and guests love. Lush oak trees, magnolias, and pines have spread deep roots in Seagrove — and so have long-time visitors who keep coming back.
Laid-back but luxurious, Seagrove is a place that embraces variety. From upscale boutiques to casual cafes, this beach neighborhood offers a little bit of everything — including two rare coastal dune lakes, a state park, and sugar-white sand.
During your stay in Seagrove, make sure to stop by the Seagrove Village Market Café for a grouper sandwich — this tasty creation was labeled one of the “100 Things You Must Eat Before You Die” by Garden & Gun. Visit 30A Art & Junk or Big Mama’s Hula Girl Gallery to discover treasures and gifts; treat yourself to a made-from-scratch popsicle at Pop Stop.
See the quiet side of Seagrove by visiting Deer Lake State Park. This 1,920-acre getaway features a beautiful boardwalk, walking trails, and a rare coastal dune lake. Pack a picnic, fishing pole, and binoculars — and witness how stunning Seagrove is in its all-natural state.
“Driving along Florida’s coast, many beach towns seem indistinguishable from the next. Not so with the beaches of South Walton… each town is noticeably different and has its own particular charm.” – Melissa Wolcott, Accent on Tampa Bay magazine