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Take a stroll through the funky, artsy town of Grayton Beach on South Walton’s 30A. This secluded oasis, whose unofficial motto is “nice dogs, strange people”, welcomes everyone from beach lovers to creatives to the family dog. Once you step foot into this coastal paradise, you will be greeted by a laid-back atmosphere full of free-spirited individuals. You won’t want to leave, so you might as well stay awhile!

Grayton Beach is home to a wide variety of unique shops, outdoor activities, and general coastal fun. The pristine expanse of snow-white sand and jeweled waves sits on the southern edge of town, where visitors and locals may relax, unwind, and enjoy spectacular views. Spend time relaxing on a colorful beach towel with a good book and a tropical drink, and then head to the historic village center. The village center offers visitors a look into the quirky spirit of the beach town, with shops like the Zoo Gallery and Tribe Kelley Surf Post, as well as lively restaurants like Chiringo. Further down the road, you will find a range of other artsy galleries, including Modus Photo and the Saczynski Gallery. Besides shopping, Grayton Beach also provides visitors a chance to explore the natural Florida environment by meandering through Grayton Beach State Park or paddle boarding across the smooth Western Lake.

The best way to experience this 30A hotspot is to book a stay at one of our comfortable Grayton beach vacation homes or condos. Most rentals include spacious living and sleeping space, fully equipped kitchens, private pools, breezy balconies overlooking the Gulf, and immediate beach access. Rentals are primarily single-family homes, which makes them great for family vacations.

In need of some laid-back fun? Our team of reservation specialists know all the ins and outs of staying in Grayton Beach, so let them help you plan your vacation. Check out the rental properties below, or give us a call today at 800-782-8736.

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4 BA
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4 BR
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2 BR | 6 Guests
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4 BR
3.5 BA
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Are there vacation rental homes available in Grayton Beach?

Yes, at Ocean Reef Resorts, we offer various Gulf and Lake-front vacation rental homes and condos amid this "Blue Wave Beach" coastal community. In addition to it being beachfront, some homes are also located next to a coastal lake estuary. The best way to experience this 30A hotspot is to book a stay at one of our comfortable vacation homes or condos. Most rentals include spacious living and sleeping space, fully equipped kitchens, private pools, breezy balconies overlooking the Gulf, and immediate beach access. Rentals are primarily single-family homes, which makes them great for family vacations.

Are there Grayton Beach, Florida home rentals with a pool?

Yes, many beach home rentals in Grayton Beach, Florida, include access to a pool. Some properties share a community pool while others have private pools at their homes. Pool availability ranges and is tied to specific individual properties.

Do you have pet-friendly Grayton Beach rentals?

With Grayton Beach being one of the most pet-friendly beach towns on Scenic Highway 30A, Ocean Reef Resorts offers many pet-friendly homes. One of the town attractions includes an eclectic art wall with a "Grayton Beach Nice Dogs, Friendly People" sign. Explore our entire selection of pet-friendly rentals in South Walton.

Where is Grayton Beach located?

Grayton Beach is located at about the midway point of Scenic Highway 30A, in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. Grayton Beach is a secluded, quiet funky beach town with a wide variety of unique shops, galleries, outdoor activities, and general coastal fun. Neighboring beach towns like Blue Mountain Beach and Seaside are only a couple of miles away. Grayton Beach borders Western Lake, where you can find the world-famous Grayton Beach State Park.

What time of year is the best time to visit Grayton Beach?

Some of the busiest times for Grayton Beach are during summer, spring break, and fall break, but you will still get a relaxed, small-town feel. Spring and fall generally feature milder temperatures and allow you more space on the beach and at attractions. Winter is our slow season, so expect to find value-priced rates for your stay.

What activities are there to do in Grayton Beach?

"Grayton has a very free-loving spirit, and is a very artistic community," and locals and tourists alike embrace it fully. Check out the outdoor art wall at Hotz Ave and Garfield St. Spend time relaxing on sugar-white sand beaches, and then head to the historic village center. The village center offers visitors a look into the beach town's quirky spirit, with shops like the Zoo Gallery and Tribe Kelley Surf Post, as well as lively restaurants like Chiringo. Further down the road, you will find many other artsy galleries, including Modus Photo and the Saczynski Gallery. For nature lovers, Grayton Beach provides visitors a chance to explore the natural Florida environment by meandering through Grayton Beach State Park or paddle boarding across the smooth Western Lake. This top-rated beach and the sensational scenery is a must-see!