Red Bar Ride & Dine
Wednesday, September 19
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Florida's Scenic Hwy 30A
Grayton Beach, FL 32459
WEDNESDAY MORNING HYDROBIKE RED BAR RIDE AND DINE
Available most Wednesdays year round
Meet us at the Western Lake boat ramp at the end of Hotz Avenue just past the world famous Red Bar in Grayton Beach between 7:30 and 8:00. You will enjoy 4 hours of Hydrobike play time in the Gulf of Mexico or in Western Lake. We provide lunch at the Red Bar via a $25 gift card so you can dine at your convenience. They open at 11 am.
Grayton Beach is unique in that it has a beach bordering the Gulf of Mexico and Western Lake. Western Lake is one of South Walton’s Coastal Dune lakes. These lakes only exist in a few places in the whole world and Walton County is lucky enough to be home to several of them. At times the outflow will bust open and flow right out into the Gulf of Mexico. 4 hours give you plenty of time to explore both bodies of water.
*Please note that riding in the Gulf may be restricted based on current water conditions.
All activities are subject to weather conditions
Check in between 7:30 and 8:00am
Meet us at the Western lake Boat Ramp in Grayton Beach.
Bike Western Lake or the Gulf until lunch
Explore the Gulf or the lake! Western Lakes runs through Grayton Beach State Park all the way to Watercolor and offers a vast territory to discover
Return the bikes to the boat ramp by 12pm. We will handle the rest.
*Please note that riding in the Gulf may be restricted based on water conditions*
The Red Bar opens at 11 am. We recommend any thing on their menu. You will not be disappointed!
$75 per person
$40 Kids Under 8 (Lake Only)
Please understand that we can not allow the little ones to ride on the deck in the Gulf
PLEASE BOOK BY 4PM ON TUESDAY TO GUARANTEE YOUR SPOT ON THIS TRIP
***Do you just want to ride Hydrobikes? Rentals are available daily***
HOW TO BOOK:
By phone or online
EMERALD COAST HYDROBIKES
WHERE TO MEET:
Western Lake Boat Ramp in Grayton Beach.
You will find it a the end of Hotz Ave (2 blocks past the Red Bar).
WHAT TO WEAR:
In short, wear whatever is comfortable and weather appropriate. Shoes, flops or bare feet are all acceptable. The sun can be intense even late in the day and conditions can change quickly so a hat, sunglasses, long sleeves or other sun/weather protection should be considered. Also, keep in mind that Hydrobikes have a chain just like a land bike so please don’t wear anything that is overly loose below your shins as it could get caught in the chain. In most cases, you will not get wet unless you choose to so bathing suits are optional. Hydrobikes are stable and easy to jump off of and climb back onto. This makes swimming a fun option.
WHAT TO BRING:
Medicine if needed
Although it is unlikely that your stuff will get wet, anything could happen so bring a dry bag for those items you want to protect..
***We have sunscreen, dry bags, sunglass leashes and other items available for purchase but we do not have a store onsite so please make your order in advance and we will have your items ready for you at the dock.