Friends of Scenic 30-A is a non-profit volunteer group that serves as a caretaker of the Scenic Highway 30-A. They ensure the vision and intent of the Florida Scenic Highway program is fulfilled within the corridor.

The goals of Friends of Scenic 30-A are:

  • To preserve and protect the existing natural landscape and infrastructure
  • Provide a safe, cost-effective, integrated, energy-efficient transportation system
  • Encourage private/public cooperation to improve Scenic 30-A

Friends of Scenic 30-A are preserving:

  • Live oaks at Eden State Gardens that are centuries of years old
  • The second largest collection of Louis XVI furniture in the United States, which is located at the Wesley House
  • 15 rare coastal dune lakes that are found only in 4 other locations in the world
  • The tough little sand pine that grows nowhere else in the world but along our Gulf Coast
  • 19 miles of walking and bicycling paths known as the Timpoochee Trail named after a local chief of the Euchee tribe

Want to become a Friend of Scenic 30-A? Here are instructions on how to become a member!

Please mail the following information and membership donation to:

70 Logan Lane, Grayton Beach, Florida 32459


Address, City/State/ Zip:



Membership Donations:

  • Individual – $15
  • Family – $25
  • HOA – $50
  • Corporation – $100

Friends of 30A Membership App