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Recent Seagrove Beach reviews

  • Cozy and quiet in a great location

    "Just brought my two teenagers and a friend to Serendipity for Spring Break. It was quiet and just off the beaten path of Spring Breakers and their noise, but close enough to ride bikes a very short distance to the beach, Seaside, Watercolor, yoga classes and Publix. Old school charm with lots of space, pool, yard for my dog! We lacked for nothing in terms of amenities and the owner is delightful and responsive! Cute decor, lots of charm, everything in great working order!"
    Guest: Trent&Kids Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 14, 2015
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  • We return again and again!

    "We have been staying in the 30A area for well over a decade. From Grayton Beach down to Rosemary. Old Seagrove Beach is our favorite and we choose to return there each year particularly to Sugar Grove. The advantages to staying in Old Segrove is that you have prime location for walking to markets, unique shopping, fine and casual dining, bars, and activities for families. It is literally two blocks to walk into the Seaside neighborhood. If you are looking for a more quiet and secluded stay surrounded by oak trees and sandy paths then this is your place. Beach access is just two blocks straight down the street and we always call the same guy for weekly beach chairs. He setups the chairs for us each day early in the morning. The Sugar Grove House is like staying in a "newly built" old style farmhouse. You have all the comfort but full of charm. Spacious and comfortable downstairs living area with well equipped kitchen. Bed are comfortable with well supportive mattresses. The house is also stocked with extra items like basic pantry items, extra paper goods, lots of good books to read, sand toys for the beach, bikes, chairs, etc. Lots of linens and towels too. It has a more homey feel. If you are looking for a more quiet farmhouse feel while at the beach then this is your place."
    Guest: JBham Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: February 25, 2015
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  • Love this house!

    "This is my third time to stay in this beautiful beach house and it never disappoints!! The house, the neighborhood, the beach - it's perfect! The house has comfy beds with quality bedding and the kitchen is well outfitted with anything you need for cooking or entertaining. The proximity to the beach (short 7 min walk), restaurants and shopping is a definite plus. Seaside is a 10-15 min bike ride and the Publix grocery store is just around the corner. The neighborhood is quiet and laid back - great spot to unwind and relax. Can't wait to go back!"
    Guest: Love a day at the beach! Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 16, 2015
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  • Spring Break 2015

    "My family and I had a wonderful time staying in "Lucy". The condo was awesome! We had enough room for everyone. My teenage daughter had her own room & bed and my son loved sleeping on the sleeper sofa. After the first night he said he slept terrific. The pull out was super comfy! The master bedroom & bath were so spacious. The condo was just as advertised & had everything needed for a home away from home. All we had to do was add food & fun. :) My husband & I loved the deck. I could go on and on about this beauty! We love Seagrove & have stayed at other condos but plan on returning to Lucy. Thank you & we cannot wait to return."
    Guest: Renaee Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 31, 2015
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Seagrove Beach Travel Tips

The quiet town of Seagrove Beach is located in the Florida Panhandle and the perfect place to visit anytime of the year. Seagrove Beach gets its name from a thick grove of windswept trees surrounding the community. Today, the town has preserved the green canopies full of oaks, magnolias, hickories and sand pines that are essential to its past.

In the early 1900s, Seagrove Beach was known as Russ's Hammock and accessible via a path from Point Washington, a small mill town. The McGee family were some of the first property owners in Seagrove Beach who discovered the area in 1949. Then, the only way you could get to the town was on a sandy trail off of U.S. Highway 98.

Palm trees, sandy beaches and relaxation are what you can expect in Seagrove Beach. It's a desirable destination for those who want to experience a peaceful getaway from a busy life and sit back and enjoy the sounds of the water crashing on the shore.

Seagrove Beach Attractions

The water in and around Seagrove Beach is clear while the beaches are full of sugar white sand. For this reason, spending some time at the beach is a must when you visit. You can swim, fish, build sand castles or just lay in the sun, but if you're looking for more to do, there's plenty of it in Seagrove Beach and the surrounding South Walton area.

Eastern Lake is one of the largest dune lakes in South Walton. Visitors stop here for canoeing, kayaking and YOLO boarding. Eastern Lake is also the trailhead of a hiking and biking trail that leads you through Point Washington State Forest.

Point Washington State Forest has more than 10 miles of trails for those who want to make their way through the 15,000-acre forest on bike, foot or just take in the beauty of the surrounding ecosystem. The most popular route for cyclists and hikers is from Eastern Lake to Cassine Garden where you may catch a glimpse endangered red-cockaded woodpecker or a gopher tortoise. The sand hills, basin swamps, wet flatwoods, wet prairie and cypress swamps that make up Point Washington State Forest make for the perfect stop if you want to get in touch with nature.

Things to Do in Seagrove Beach

Dining: Your restaurant options in Seagrove Beach stay true to the old Florida feel you get in the community. There are dining choices perfect for the whole family, whether you're looking for casual dining or want an upscale experience. The laid-back atmosphere of 723 Whiskey Bravo is also family-friendly and provides excellent views of the water while you eat. The Seagrove Village Market Cafe has been in business since 1949 and offers fried foods such as grouper sandwiches as well as souvenirs to commemorate your visit to the restaurant. For a luxury dining experience, stop at V Seagrove where there's an eclectic feeling with indoor and outdoor dining and a fresh seafood menu.

Shopping: 30A Art and Junk in Seagrove Beach offers art, leather, pearl jewelry and a variety of other items. If you bring your furry friend along on the trip, Bow Wow Meow Pet Company offers healthy and organic foods as well as pet gear for your four-legged loved one. If you really want to give your dog the ultimate spa treatment, try one of two private self-washing rooms.

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