Grayton Beach State Park Access is just east of Grayton Beach and about a mile east of the Scenic 30A and Scenic 283 (Grayton Road) intersection. There are all the facilities you would expect from a fine Florida state park, including ADA accessability, showers, restrooms, picnic shelters and tables, and plenty of parking. Along with your park admission fee you have the options of camping and canoeing for additional fees. There are no lifeguards.
The park's beach access is also next to Western Lake offering fine fishing. There are picnic shelters on the lake on the north side of the parking area.
Not to be missed is the nature trail at the east end of the parking lot which meanders through the dunes, marsh, coastal pines, and live oak trees along the gulf and the lake.
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Florida's beach warning flag program uses flags in four colors accompanied by interpretive signs along the beach to explain the meaning of each color.
GREEN: LOW HAZARD - Calm Condition, Exercise Caution
YELLOW: MEDIUM HAZARD - Moderate Surf and/or Moderate Currents
RED: HIGH HAZARD - High Surf and/or Strong Currents
DOUBLE RED: WATER CLOSED TO PUBLIC
PURPLE: Marine Pests Present