Just returned from Spring Break and while the weather was not conducive for beach going most of the week, the location and tranquility of this portion of the state park more than made up for it. It was serendipitous that I wasn't able to get an RV spot in the main park as the cabins are in a very secluded area about 1 mile west of the main park. Yes, they are rustic, but well equipped and ours was very clean (5A). We did bring additional cookware, hair dryer, beach towels, blankets, charcoal and food, and were well equipped for the week. The location couldn't be better and what's so remarkable as others have stated is that you're sandwiched between houses and condoland with essentially your own private beach. The one day that was finally conducive for sunbathing had maybe 15 people total on the beach and the cabins were full although not obvious. The walk from our cabin was 7 minutes although if you're hauling a lot of gear, there is a small parking area at the end of the road next to the boardwalk. I walked to the beach several evenings and was alone stargazing with binoculars--fantastic. If you're wiling to trade creature comforts and communing with the masses for peace and space, this is the place for you. Note: some people complain that these are too expensive for what they are (compared to other state park rates) but given the location and time of year, I would have paid double for the amenities this park offers--a real gem.
- Also Known As:
- Cabins At Grayton Beach State Park Hotel Santa Rosa Beach
- Grayton Beach State Park