Beach Access

Grady Brown Park

Grady Brown Park is located on the north side of the bay at the Clyde B. Wells Bridge on US Highway 331 at 20940 US Highway 331 South, Freeport, FL.

The park features:
Sandy Beach along the Choctawhatchee Bay
2 Boat Ramps & 3 Finger Piers
Handicapped Accessible Kayak Launch
Picnic Tables & Grills
Boat Washdown Station
Boat Trailer Parking Area
Vehicle Parking

Scenic 395 Bay Access

At the north end of Scenic 395 is a boat ramp and two docks on Tucker Bayou that opens into the Choctawhatchee Bay. There is parking and a boat cleaning station with fresh water. This is the spot where Truman attempted to board the ferry to escape Seahaven Island.

Pilcher Park

Pilcher Park is underneath the 331 bridge on the south shore of Choctawhatchee Bay. It's the place to go for launching a boat or fishing along the rocks or on the 200-foot pier. Just about any species of saltwater fish can be caught at Pilcher Park in Walton County, Florida.

- Begun in 2013
- 200 foot pier
- Restrooms
- 3 pavilions with picnic tables
- four boat ramps
- parking for 50 cars and 30 boat trailers

Eden Gardens State Park Access

Eden Gardens State Park consists of 163 upland acres just north of Seagrove Beach, across highway 98 in Point Washington, along the shores of Tucker Bayou and the Choctawhatchee Bay.  The park provides access to the bay from Tucker Bayou and has a dock for fishing and a boat launch for kayaks, canoes, and paddle boards. The route through the bayou, east a short way along the intracoastal and around to Peach Creek is magnificent.

See our guide for Eden Gardens State Park >


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