Seagrove Beach is perfect for nature lovers seeking an unspoiled retreat and uncrowded environment. Enjoy canoeing, kayaking, swimming and more in this quaint town with Old Florida charm.
Back in the 1940s and 1950s, families came to Seagrove Beach to rent modest one-story cottages with paddle fans instead of air conditioning, and wide-screened porches (perfect for sleeping). The same families returned to Seagrove Beach year after year, and now second and third generations make the journey.
Many of those charming Seagrove cottages still exist, although they've been updated for today's travelers and are now thoroughly shaded by mature scrub trees and plants.
Swimming and sandcastle building were once the most popular pastimes at Seagrove Beach, since there weren't many commercial ventures in the Seagrove Beach area. Now visitors have many options for recreation as well as dining. Eastern Lake and Deer Lakes provide wonderful spots for quiet reflection.
Landmarks in Seagrove Beach: Seagrove Village Market Cafe, V Seagrove, One Seagrove Place, and Eastern Lake.