Naturewalk at Seagrove
This newer 150-acre community nestled between Point Washington State Forest and Watercolor. An ideal location, pedestrian-friendly area, very close to Publix grocery store, Watercolor Crossings Shopping center and local restaurants. Famous Seaside is only 1.5 miles to the west which has many eateries and events throughout the year.
NatureWalk’s ‘Gathering Place’ features a zero entry lagoon style pool, heated lap pool, hot tub, small kids splash pool, children’s playground, fire pit, 2 outdoor gas grills, self entertainment bar, hammocks, bathrooms, shaded seating with tables and chairs.
Lily Lane beach trail (ONLY bikes or walking) is located across from the ‘Gathering Place’. This is a safe, wide, compacted trail that leads to San Juan Ave. San Juan Avenue is a dead-end street with a sidewalk that leads south to 30A. South San Juan beach access is directly across 30A, has limited parking. Bramble Grove Place (Santa Clara) beach access is about 500 feet east and has a large parking lot with bathrooms. Just under a mile or 7-minute bike to public beach access.
Alternatively, there are many public beach access points in Seagrove Beach and neighboring communities. The map below shows some of our favorite beach access points, shown with the blue person icon.
Point Washington State Forest – Eastern Lake Bike/Hike Trail
The Eastern Lake Trail System was the first trail established on the forest. This trail system consists of three double-track loop trails. The hiker or bicyclist can travel the 3.5-, 5- or 10-mile loop. The Eastern Lake Bike/Hike Trail is included in the Florida Forest Service’s Trailwalker Hiking Program. The trail system can be accessed at the parking lot and trailhead on County Road 395 and can be