Any spot along 30A beach is a good spot to have a picnic, but here are a few of the most scenic areas that are and are not on the beach to lay your blanket down and relax.
- Grady Brown Park: It is located on the north side of the bay at the Clyde B. Wells Bridge on US Highway 331. Features include: Sandy beach along the ChoctawhatcheeBay, 2 Boat Ramps & 3 Finger Piers, Handicapped Accessible Kayak Launch, Picnic Tables & Grills, Boat Washdown Station, Boat Trailer Parking Area, Vehicle Parking, Sidewalks, Restrooms
2. Eden Gardens State Park: This is a personal favorite spot for myself and my kids. They enjoy running outside on the garden lawn. It’s a beautiful historic mansion with white columns and a wrap-around porch. Tree lovers should be sure to check out the mossy oak trees. This park is a great spot for some hiking or paddling to burn off your lunch or dinner.
3. Seaside on the Art District Side. This is personally one of our favorite spots because we have been coming here for years! The boys grew up traveling to Seaside every other month and climbing up on their favorite tree since they were 4! Nothing beats our favorite tree picnic spot of Seaside.