Hydrobike Morning Adventure in Grayton Beach
Wednesday Morning Hydrobike Cruise at Grayton Beach
Enjoy 4 hours of hydrobike play time in the Gulf of Mexico and/or on Western Lake every Wednesday from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm behind the Red Bar in Grayton Beach.
Meet up with other hydrobike explorers at Grayton beach behind The Red Bar between 7:30 and 8:00 am where you will enjoy 4 hours cruising on the Gulf of Mexico or Western Lake. Have lunch at The Red Bar with a $25 gift card so you can dine at your convenience.
Every Wednesday from 8:00am until noon.
Grayton Beach is unique in that it has a beach bordering the Gulf of Mexico and Western Lake. Western Lake is one of South Walton's rare coastal dune lakes along Scenic 30A. These lakes only exist in a few places in the whole world and Walton County is lucky enough to be home to several of them. At times the outflow will open and you can Hydrobike right out into the Gulf of Mexico. Four hours give you plenty of time to explore both bodies of water. Cost is $75 per person and includes a $25 gift card for lunch at the world famous Red Bar.
Visit http://emeraldcoasthydrobikes.com/ or call (850) 598-7949 to reserve your Hydrobike!
Emerald Coast Hydrobikes are offering several tours each week at Grayton Beach or on the Bay. You can call to schedule your own tour or have rentals delivered to you. Check SoWal.com/events calendar and SoWal Forum to see all adventures.
For kids not quite tall enough for pedalling the hydrobike (need to be nearly 5 feet tall), a tandem bike can be attached to parent bike. For smaller children, please discuss with Emerald Coast Hydrobikes.
Hydrobikes are quiet and environmentally friendly pedal powered watercraft. Biking on water is easy for everyone on a stable craft made to stay upright in almost any condition. Emerald Coast Hydrobikes are available for daily rentals at Tom's Landing, and also at the tiki hut at Baytowne Marina. Call Emerald Coast Hydrobikes to arrange delivery to you and take them
out for a spin on the Gulf, the bay, Western Lake and other beautiful local dune lakes. Read more at SoWal Business Guide | Emerald Coast Hydrobikes.