Experience Old Florida at Seagrove Beach
Visiting Seagrove Beach, Florida is like stepping into the 1950’s where roadside attractions and food stands used to prevail. While it has become more developed over the years, Seagrove still retains its authentic Old Florida flavor. Come see Seagrove Beach through a local’s eyes and stay in a
Seagrove Beach house
instead of a single hotel room. From quaint cottages to modern villas, you are sure to find accommodations to fit your needs, whether you’re planning a budget beach vacation or looking for a luxury rental.
Consider staying in a
waterfront Seagrove Beach rental
- ideal for friends, families, or couples looking for some R & R. You won’t run out of things to do in Seagrove. Get out and experience the outdoors, first-hand. Take a bike ride along the Eastern Lake Trail, or pack a picnic lunch and explore the Deer Lakes State Park. Don’t forget your camera; you’ll want to take pictures of the large oak trees, sand dunes, and indigenous wildlife. If you visit during the late spring and summer, you may catch a glimpse of the sea turtles coming ashore.
It rains most afternoons during the summer in the Florida Panhandle, but the showers are short-lived. Why not stay dry and visit the antique stores and craft shops in town? There you can buy souvenirs and other kitschy trinkets that will remind you of your summer vacation in Seagrove Beach. After working up an appetite, try a bite at a local café where the seafood is fresh from the Gulf of Mexico. Rain or shine, you’ll find plenty to do in Seagrove, so book a beach house today!
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