Florida state legislation forbids dogs from entering the following areas: beaches, playgrounds, shower facilities, cabins and cabin areas, park buildings, or concession stands. However, dogs are warmly welcomed in all other areas of Grayton Beach State Park including in their owners' tents or RV's.
In accordance with Florida law, dogs must remain on a lead of no more than six feet in length when out in public areas where dogs are permitted access. There is no drinking water provided at this camping facility. For this reason, owners should bring a bottle of water and dog dish with them from home.
Grayton Beach State Park is a public camping facility. Though there is a fee to use the campgrounds, there is no additional cost to owners travelling with dogs. Grayton Beach State Park is a destination hotspot for many families. Among the on-site attractions are swimming, sunbathing, and both freshwater and saltwater fishing.
There are also four miles of stunning wooded trails suitable for biking or hiking. This Gulf Coast of Florida vacation wonderland is also home to many species of plants and wildlife. Grayton Beach State Park's pristine beaches and picturesque shoreline also provide a scenic spot for a romantic evening.
Florida state law requires that all dogs frequenting public spaces be current on vaccinations and licensed with their city. Additionally, owners must carry poop bags with them and assume all responsibility for cleaning up after their pets. Looking for the ideal beach getaway for Fido and the family? Why not plan a trip to Grayton Beach State Park?