Things to do in Seacrest Beach

Consistently a favorite for vacationers and homeowners alike is the gigantic Lagoon Pool. Great for a lazy day, this pool has 12,000 sq ft of area to swim, play and relax and is filled with 378,000 gallons of water. It is naturally heated, which means the level of refreshment changes with the seasons. There are plenty of lawn chairs and shade to relax in. Pack a lunch and drinks, just no glass, and soak up the sun all day. Of course, people come to Florida for the beach, but we’re convinced there are a few people who come to Seacrest for the Lagoon Pool. It’s why so many of our customers love this location where memories are made year after year.

One feature that makes Seacrest especially convenient is the Beach Tram. It runs 9 am to 5:45 each day and makes stops on the beach and at the Lagoon Pool. The tram provides a significant advantage over lugging everything to the beach yourself or needing access to a golf cart. They have a place for all of your beach toys, chairs, towels, and umbrellas. Having a driver means you can enjoy a few cold beverages at the beach and not worry about getting behind the wheel yourself and bonus - another way for less sand to end up in the seats of your car.

Seacrest Beach enjoys a deeded beach access across Hwy 30-A through the Sunset community. Seacrest residents and guests can walk through the pedestrian boardwalk or ride the tram. La Dolce Vita provides Beach Service. You can reserve beach chairs or set up a beach bonfire. Wander your way through 1.3 miles of shaded Walking Trails, which meander through the community, and enjoy the sites and sounds of nature.

Seacrest Restaurants and Shopping

So many choices, so little time!

Breakfast & Brunch: Grits & Grind is the perfect way to start your day. You can’t go wrong with the avocado toast or one of their eggs benedict options. If you are in a hurry, pop into Amavida for a latte and scratch-made scone.

Lunch: Need to feed a crowd? Order a pizza or three from Pizza by the Sea. If you’d rather sip a margarita over lunch, La Cochina is a Latin-inspired restaurant with a coastal twist, featuring specialty dishes prepared from scratch.

Supper & Snacks: Want in on a little secret? Crabby’s Steve’s is accessible from the beach at High Pointe, but you have to be a guest of High Point or walk along the beach to its entrance from Rosemary or Seacrest. Tucked amongst the buildings, it’s a popular hangout spot because of its secluded location.

Are you ready to Shop? Seacrest Sundries, the local grocery has everything you need while shopping or renting a bike in Peddler’s Pavilion to explore the Timpoochee Trail.