Grayton Beach State Park renovates campground and cabins

April 10, 2019

Newly tiled shower stalls in 8 of the cabins.

For those who enjoy exploring nature and camping at northwest Florida’s State Parks, there is good news for fans of Grayton Beach State Park. The park has recently undergone much-welcomed upgrades to their campsites and cabins.

The campsite area has just upgraded the water, sewer, and electrical hookups which now provide 30 & 50 amp power to 35 of their sites. Two new campsites have been added totaling 61 campsites; each nestled in the scrub oaks.

Eight of the cabins have undergone upgrades as well, with new tile showers, furnishings, wainscoting, and painting. There are now 30 cabin duplexes each with 2 bedrooms 1 bath, along with screened in porches and barbecue grills. The cabins offer guests a unique experience, with their own private entrance and acres of untouched wooded areas.

For more information about Grayton Beach State Park, call (850) 267-8300.

Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. to sunset

Driving Directions:

Grayton Beach State Park is located in Walton County, South of U.S. 98 off of Scenic Road 30A. Take county road 283 south from U.S. 98, turn left at the stop sign on 30A (approximately 1/4 mile east of the intersection of C.R. 30A and C.R. 283 the main entrance is on the right). ::MAP::

Park Fees:
Admission Fee $5.00 per vehicle (2-8 people per vehicle) $4.00 single occupant vehicle
Pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers, passengers in vehicles with holder of Annual Individual Entrance Permit – Admission Fee $2.00

$30.00 per night, plus tax. Includes water and electricity.
Florida residents who are 65 years of age or older or who hold a social security disability award certificate or a 100 percent disability award certificate from the Federal Government are permitted to receive a 50 percent discount on current base campsite fees. Proof of eligibility needed for cabin fees and reservations, click here.