Seagrove community was founded back in the 1940s by C.H McGee. He was only envisioning 170-acres of concrete block cottages, a deeded beach, a general store, and sand roads. All Seagrove Beach had to its name back then was a narrow little road, sand dunes, and a forest. Almost a century later, the Seagrove Beach community is buzzing with activity with so many shops, residences, restaurants, and condominiums.
Two of South Walton’s coastal dune lakes are found in Seagrove beach. Even though it is doesn’t look anything like it did during the days of C.H McGee, the magic and beauty of this place aren’t lost and its beauty will still leave you in awe.