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GRAYTON

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Grayton Beach, Florida has lured visitors for centuries with its beauty and tranquility. Determined beach-goers used to travel to Grayton Florida’s white sands by horse and buggy. While travel to Grayton Beach, Fl. is much quicker now, the towering sand dunes and sweet tea-colored waters of its coastal dune lakes remain as pristine and breathtaking as the Grayton Beach of years ago. Tourists and locals love the relaxed attitude of Grayton Beach. It’s the type of place where neighbors hand out free “Grayton Beach: Nice Dogs, Strange People” bumper stickers, locals stop by the corner coffee shop for hugs and folks wait patiently for hours to get a taste of 30A’s most famous crab cakes. The beaches here are pristine and full of activity. Because large parts of the beach are preserved as state park, you will find towering sand dunes bordering the waters of Western Lake and the Gulf of Mexico. And because Grayton Beach is one of two beaches in South Walton where driving on the beach is allowed by permit, it is common to tailgate with groups of friends in between casting a fishing line into the Gulf or cooling off in the shallow waters of the lake.

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