As I mentioned in a previous park, but this point in the trip we were really getting into our groove of finding the kind of campgrounds that we loved to camp at and will continue to love to camp at in the future.
On Stop 35 we stayed at Grayton Beach State Park in Santa Rosa Beach, FL (Gulf Coast, Panhandle of Florida) This is a small campground, only 59 sites, most sites only offer water and electric, but some do offer sewer hookups as well. We did notice that there are two kind of sites here at this campground ones that are more out in the open, exposed to the sun all day and ones that are tucked into the trees and offer tons of shade and privacy. We chose one of the sites tucked away in the trees. It was a small site, better for our new camper, but it was nice and I can definitely see going back here and enjoying a weeks vacation.
Here’s some pictures from the campground:
We were only here for one night but we did have enough time to go into one of the nearby towns. We drove over to Seaside, FL and spent a few hours there. What a cute town. Right in the center of their town they have a really cute post office, which is decorated beautifully for Christmas and also a row of Airstream trailers that serve all kinds of food. We had some ice cream from one of them.
Here’s some pictures from our visit at Seaside, FL:
The beach was gorgeous here, I just can’t get over how soft the sand is on the Gulf Coast of Florida. It’s like powdered sugar. We can’t wait to get back here some day and explore and relax more.
One more stop to go. Hard to believe.