Seacrest Beach is a 2.5 mile long stretch of 30A bounded by Camp Creek Lake on the West end and Rosemary Beach on the East end … not including Alys Beach! Here old beach cottages meet new upscale development. Seacrest hosts Camp Creek Lake, meaning that ecosploring opportunities abound. Rare bird species can be found along the borders of the lake, which is surrounded by walking trails and made up of a mix of salt and fresh water. This quaint beach neighborhood regularly welcomes new shops and restaurants. Recently opened establishments, like Acme Ice House, add an exciting twist to the Seacrest dining scene while long-time favorites like Seacrest Sundries and La Cocina, keep regulars coming back for more.