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About Seagrove Beach

Introduction to Seagrove Beach

Seagrove Beach is one of several charming seaside communities on the Florida panhandle. With its blend of peaceful waterfront views, white sand, lush old-growth trees, and upscale shops, Seagrove Beach appeals to high-end travelers and families looking to get away from it all.

A popular accommodation option, Seagrove Beach vacation rentals, in this venerable Gulf of Mexico beach town, where flip-flops and t-shirts are the universal fashion statement, and favorite pastimes include sunset watching, beach picnicking, shell collecting, and shoreline strolling.

Engulfed by a thick grove of windswept oak trees, this laid back village on the state's northwest coast is dotted with charming cottages and homes. Most visitors rarely use their car at this pedestrian-friendly community, with its tree-lined sidewalks and sandy walking paths that weave through thickets of trees and palmetto.

Located adjacent to two celebrated coastal villages, Seaside and WaterColor, Seagrove Beach, FL offers visitors a casual Old Florida environment with easy access to a wealth of shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities. Less than a block away, Seaside, which has an open-air, grassy hill amphitheater for concerts, is peppered with a variety of art galleries, bookstores, restaurants, and bistros. Two blocks away, WaterColor has a town center, lushly landscaped parks and squares, and several boutique shops and restaurants.

For the athletically inclined, there's an uninterrupted 13-mile paved bike path that weaves past coastal villages like Rosemary Beach and Alys Beach, as well as watersports activities such as parasailing and jet skiing down at the beach, which lies less than five minutes by foot from almost all of the Seagrove Beach rentals. Less than a ten minute drive from Seagrove Beach is Grayton Beach State Park, a pristine 2,000-acre park with a lake for canoeing and kayaking, and a nature trail for hikers that winds through wildly undulating sand dunes and pine forest.

Seagrove Beach Climate

Like its neighbors in Northwest Florida, Seagrove Beach has relatively warm weather and high humidity year-round. Summer temperatures top out around 90 degrees, while winter temperatures hover around 60 degrees. Though it’s a great vacation destination anytime of year, Seagrove Beach vacation homes are most popular when the temperatures climb from late spring through early fall.

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