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Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $30.00
My husband and I enjoyed staying here even though the campground was a half mile from the beautiful beach. We stayed in the newer campground with water, electric and sewer but the sites in the older campground were more private with better view of the small lake. This is a beautiful beach but dogs are not allowed on any Florida Beach State Park which was disappointing to me since we had 2 dogs with us. It would be beneficial to have your bicycle with you because there are many bicycle trails in the nearby town and a faster way to get to the beach. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Motorhome.
The state park offers a beach wheelchair for people that need it. I wish they also offered the 'Beach Scoot' like St George Island State Park for people with disabilities.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $30.00
This was an unexpected pleasure! We stayed here for 7 days and enjoyed it all. Plenty of privacy as the sites are spaced nicely. Old section was nice, although some sites were small. A few back right up near Western Lake. It's only a 10 minute bike ride to the beach area, and its very nice there. The whole park has clean restrooms, showers, and pavilion areas. Sunsets were unbelievable! Water was still quite cold but managed to get legs in some. Easy in and out. Dump station there for the older non-sewer section. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $24.00
The beach is wonderful, campsites are spacious, and some are right on the water. Although the new loop has sewer, we like the original loop better as the sites are wide open. During our stay, the weather was dreadful ice, rain, and freezing temperatures. Despite miles of sand, the park staff chose to close the rest rooms in our loop because the steps and deck had a light coating of ice instead of sprinkling a layer of sand. The roads are dirt. There are a number of potholes which the staff doesn't repair because they use them as speed bumps. There was a huge pothole in front or our site and after a day of rain, a small child or dog could have been lost in it. The good news is that laundry facilities have been added to the older loop during a recent remodeling. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $30.00
Beautiful park. Easy access in a motor home with a tow. Beaches have a nice boardwalk to the beach plus a bench to sit and look at the water and sunsets. Bath house was immaculate and warm in a cold January. Such a nice retreat from the masses on 30A. I would highly recommend this park. Sure the summer would find it packed but perfect for a winter retreat. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $24.00
Campground is OK, some sites are big & paved but very open, the back loop has some nice woodsy sites but be careful as some are smaller and especially narrower than they seem on line. Everything is sand so of course it's a bit messy but that's common at state parks near the beach. Beach is fantastic, beautiful CLEAN white "sugar sand" goes for miles and miles. Nice hiking trail (1.5 miles), access to miles of biking trails across the street from the campground. It's about 1.5 mile walk from campground to beach (you can drive over if you want). We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $30.00
We love this park. It is a short walk to the beautiful, white powder sand beach and aqua blue water with the lagoon is between. Some of the sites have a nice view of the water. The site we had, #50, was big enough for our 40' Class A, our toad, a 6 person tent, fire pit ,and picnic table. Not all sites are this large, but this is a good one if you need the room. The restrooms are very clean and conveniently located. For bicycle riders, there are great paths to the towns on either side of the park. We look forward to coming back. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $30.00
This is our favorite Florida campground on the gulf. My family enjoys spending thanksgiving holidays here. We enjoy walking along the beach to the several vacation communities down the shoreline, such as Water Color. There is always some events going on during the holiday seasons This campground is very well maintained. It has the most spacious interior bathroom space I've ever seen while camping. I prefer camping on the second loop because majority of the sites are paved, which works well if you do not plan to stake any thing to the ground. The only shortcoming for me is that Tmobile 4G and 3G internet service is non-existent here. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $17.00
Florida Senior rate of $15.00 plus tax for a 50 amp full hook up back in site. The site was crushed stone and level. There are two camping loops here, one with full hookups and the other with electric and water only. All sites are level here, so I'm not sure about an earlier review stating other wise. The electric and water loop sites tend to be smaller, but much more private with lots of foliage between them. There are a few in that loop that back up to water and are very nice. TV via batwing was pretty good, Verizon cell and broadband both very good. Right around the corner on CR 283 is the Hurricane Oyster Bar which has daily happy hour and specials from 3 - 6 every day. Very good specials there and close by. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $30.00
Staff extremely friendly and very accommodating. Unfortunately for me, It rained every day really hard and made the loop we were on a mud drive. Men's restroom was closed for remodeling which is fine by me because a new, clean, air conditioned restroom makes up for many shortcomings. Beach access is great. Of course, the beach is spectacular. The park has two loops one is paved one is dirt or crushed shell. The paved loop also has paved campsites or crushed gravel very nice. The dirt loop has primitive camping mostly. I will go back and stay on the paved loop. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $30.00
Very nice park close to The Gulf of Mexico. The sites have either a dirt base or a pea gravel base depending on which side of the park you are in. The walk down to the gulf from the parking area is very short. We enjoyed our stay here and the staff was very friendly. We will stay here if in the area. Make reservations well in advance. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $15.00
There are 2 loops: an older loop, where the bathroom is being remodeled right now, and a new loop. We stayed in the newer loop, which has paved roads and crushed stone at the sites, except the handicap sites which are cement. The bathroom in the new loop is new and super clean. Most sites are not level, perhaps to aid in rain run-off. Many larger motor homes have used their leveler-jacks, and their tires are completely off the ground. The older loop has compacted sand roads and sites, and that road has some major dips. Nice to have sewer at a state park. The water is good, and so is the electric hookup. The staff is super friendly, and the dunes are beautiful. The beach is 3/4 mile from the campground. We would return. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $24.00
This campground is one of our favorites with a beautiful beach and rolling dunes covered with golden sea oats and sugar sand beaches. There are two loops in the park a newer one with full hookups and bathhouse and a smaller loop with a bathhouse that is being updated. One can swim, fish, boating, hike and bike at this park. There are bike trails along 30A that go into Seaside which is an adorable little town. We stayed in the smaller loop and really enjoyed it. This park has 2000 acres. The cost was around $24 for just water and electricity. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $32.00
Great state park on the gulf with small number of RV spots. Stayed in January, off season so it was quiet. I wonder what its like in summer though. We had a huge concrete site right next to the bath house and laundry facilities. Picked up local TV with the antenna. Everything is close by, and you can drive a half mile to the gulf beach. I would like to stay in again if return to the area. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $33.00
It is going to be hard to find a campground with a better location than this one. It sits between the beach, a coastal lake, and the quaint town of Grayton Beach. Access to all three places is easy and fun. Nature in this area is absolutely beautiful. The park has two loops. The sites in the old loop are shorter and narrower, but are very private with large shrubbery. The sites in the new loop are mostly big rig compatible and are less private, but the landscaping is adequate and the sites are well spaced. Note that our site (#44) and a few others backing to the lake were not level and we had some issues with that. To level we needed 4" of shims and had to be so far forward that we couldn't connect to the sewer. We would choose a different site next time. Note that the site appeared to be basically level on Reserve America, but those sorts of things are tough to discern in a photo. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $27.00
This campground has 2 loops - an old one without sewer connections and a newer one with sewer connections. The old loop is extremely overgrown to the extent that a motorhome will catch the vegetation on both sides going on the main road. Many of the old loop sites are an absolute nightmare to get a large rig into. We stayed at site 18 as it was listed as suited for a 40" motorhome. We got paint damage on both sides of the motorhome due to tree branches sticking out way too far. We would strongly suggest that large rigs not make use of the old loop and stick to the new loop only. We would like to come back here some day now that we know where our rig will fit in. We camped at Grayton Beach State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
The state park offers a beach wheelchair for people that need it. I wish they also offered the 'Beach Scoot' like St George Island State Park for people with disabilities.Diane Ameter • February 2015
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