Seagrove Beach Community

Seagrove beach is one of the founding coastal communities on 30A. Known for it unpaved dirt roads and groves of beautiful oak trees, Seagrove beach makes you feel like you’ve discovered a lost portion of South Walton.

Seagrove Beach offers a plethora of local eateries such as Cowgirl Kitchen (a favorite lunch spot) or a casual fine dining favorite, Café 30A. It also boasts access to eastern lake where you can participate in kayaking, paddle boarding, or canoeing. It’s still just a short bike ride from Seaside or Watercolor and have several convenient beach accesses.

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    The Bramble Grove beach access is a public beach access and provides guest with parking, restrooms, and lifeguards (during summer season). There are also multiple hiking and biking trails located all though out the Seagrove beach area. The coastal dune lakes are the perfect place to explore nature via kayak or paddle board and if you’re feeling a little dehydrated from the night before or from your days at the beach Optimal Health IV Bar can provide your body with needed nutrients to having you feeling brand new!
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    Explore Eden Gardens State Park, work on your beach Zen at Balance Health Studio by taking a yoga or spin class or visit Big Mama’s Hula Girl Gallery to see a variety of local art, tropical décor, and coastal jewelry.
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    A perfect place to start the day for breakfast is the Perfect Pig. There are so many other local eateries that can satisfy any appetite, whether you’re looking for Mexican takeout or Italian cuisine. There is also always the option of Café Thirty-A, where you can have evening cocktails and delicious steaks or fresh seafood. If you’re feeling like doing the cooking yourself Buddy’s Seafood Market can provide all the freshest local seafood.