The primarily residential community of Seacrest is located at the eastern end of Scenic Highway 30A. Perfect for a beach vacation or a permanent residence in one of the vintage beach houses, Seacrest Beach is surrounded by beautiful nature and scenery. Pristine white beaches, fascinating wildlife habitats, sparkling lakes, mouthwatering restaurants and more are all here in Seacrest Beach!
The spotless and expansive beaches are a major draw of Seacrest. In addition to just doing the usual beach combination of sunbathing and swimming, you can check out some of the unique services of Seacrest. A local sand sculptor will show you how it’s done! Take further advantage of the outdoors by taking a hike through the beautiful Deer Lake State Park. The nature-lover in your family will marvel at the various species that inhabit the park, including the Monarch butterfly, Swallow-tailed Kite bird, and Bachman’s Sparrow. The park also features a coastal dune lake, Camp Creek Lake. You can easily get to this lake by crossing a boardwalk, and you’ll find fishing, swimming, picnicking, kayaking, golfing, and more here! It also features stunning views of the dune’s ecosystem.
From cocktail lounges to gourmet restaurants, you are sure to find something to fit even your pickiest eater’s taste at Seacrest Beach’s wide array of restaurants. Margarita bars, a traditional Mexican restaurant, and frozen yogurt spots are all very popular.
There are many visitors to Seacrest Beach, but there are also locals who know the area and just never want to leave. These locals reported several of their favorite places in Seacrest Beach. These favorites include frequenting Picolo’s, a crab restaurant; kayaking at the aforementioned coastal dune lake of Camp Creek; purchasing glass trinkets from the nearby Fusion Art Glass Gallery; picnicking at the state park; attending free concerts in and around Seacrest; and watching the beautiful blazing sunset at any of Seacrest’s gorgeous beaches.