- The list below includes 75 free or cheap things to do in or near Grayton Beach, Florida, including 42 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Beaches, Kayaking and Movie Theaters.
- From Grayton Beach State Park to Captain Phil's Charters, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Grayton Beach and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Destin, Panama City Beach, Santa Rosa Beach and Miramar Beach.
Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy an array of activities at Grayton Beach State Park in Santa Rosa Beach. This includes water sports such as swimming, fishing and kayaking, as well as nature hikes and bicycling. Camping facilities with both cabins and showers are also available for rent.
Lead by a local resident with nearly three decades of experience, Captain Phil's Charters offers fishing expeditions to the general public. The focus of the trips are to avoid long boat rides and rather focus more on catching fish.
Fish for snapper, grouper, trigger fish, mackerel and cobia with Not A Dog Charters. With over 30 years of experience, Captain Kerry Jones mans his 20-foot custom catamaran to areas that naturally attract the species of choice.
Featuring art from across the country and the world, Zoo Gallery features a selection of jewelry, pottery, prints, furniture and home decor. The couple who has owned the business for over 30 years hand selects each piece for their store.
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26 Logan Ln, Unit A, Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459 MoreLess Info
Contemporary artist Andy Saczynski is perhaps best known for his mixed media assemblage art. His style includes characteristics of cubism, folk art, and outsider art. He primarily works with house paint, found objects, recycled musical instruments, reclaimed wood, and repurposed materials.
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Smolian Circle, Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459 MoreLess Info
Offering regular live theatrical productions, the Seaside Reparatory Theater - The REP, puts on shows at its 75-seat Meeting Hall Theatre in downtown Seaside, as well as at outdoor venues. Offerings include seasonal productions, music and family- and children-oriented events.
Point Washington State Forest is a 15,407 acre state park made of 10 natural communities, including sandhill, wet flatwoods, and cypress swamps. The park maintains three hiking trails, and is home to several types of threatened or endangered plant species.