Western Lake and Gulf of Mexico Meet in Grayton Beach
The coastal dune lakes along 30-A are rare bodies of water found in only a few other parts of the world that naturally open up to the Gulf of Mexico a few times a year and then close themselves off. The “pass” in Grayton Beach is where the kids are often found splashing around in the two feet-four feet of water because it seems like a life-size kiddie pool without the chlorine. Sometimes minnows and crabs can be seen swimming from one deep spot to the next. The “pass” is an image that comes to everyone’s mind when thinking of Grayton Beach, so whether you are using it as a means of transportation from Watercolor or Grayton to the gulf by Kayak or Stand-up paddle board, or want to let your kids play, come join us in Grayton Beach.