Gulf Trace in Grayton Beach

With all the hustle and bustle these days along Scenic 30A, it’s unusual to find a neighborhood that offers privacy, old FL nature and beautiful beaches.

Gulf Trace in Grayton Beach is that neighborhood! This 27-acre community consists of 86 lots and is surrounded East, North and West by the Grayton Beach State Park, and south by the beautiful Gulf of Mexico. This affords guests in Gulf Trace ONE FULL MILE of undeveloped, dune-filled beach – never crowded, even in the height of summer! Two neighborhood beach accesses mean that no matter in which home you choose to stay, the sand is only a short walk away.

If you look at Gulf Trace from an aerial map, it looks like you’re in a world of your own surrounded by nothing but natural wonder and beauty. Grayton Beach State Park has been voted the 4th most beautiful in America by Forbes Magazine, and named America’s #1 Beach twice by Dr. Stephen Leatherman, aka Dr. Beach (and made the Top Ten twice in addition!).

Grayt 30A Vacations is proud to offer 8 homes in this one-of-a-kind neighborhood, one being pet-friendly and all offering private pools – a luxury no one wants to be without while on vacation:

Beauty at the Beach - Breezeway - High Tide - Jada's Dare - Lucky Dog - Mimosa Mornings -  SeaBatical and the pet-friendly SandyToes.

Another nice thing about Gulf Trace is that a 12–15-minute stroll along the beach will bring you to downtown Grayton! Grayton Beach, founded in the mid-1880’s, is 30A’s original beach community and has stayed true to its funky, eclectic vibe. With its designated Blue Wave beach, pristine coastline, untouched dunes and local restaurant and shopping icons (Red Bar, The Zoo Gallery), see why Grayton Beach is hands-down the local’s favorite place to be!

We have a feeling that once you stay in Gulf Trace, you won’t ever want to consider staying anywhere else!

DON’T WAIT!!! Our Gulf Trace homes are booking INCREDIBLY FAST for Spring Break and Summer seasons…do your family a solid and book today before you miss out! But, if you do, remember our shoulder seasons of Spring and Fall are also extremely popular – less crowds, lower prices – it’s a win-win whatever time of year you visit this magnificent community!

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