Seagrove Beach got its name from the thick grove of windswept oak trees along the beach. The trees were a perfect cover from the harsh hurricanes that landed along the coast of North Florida. See the quiet side of Seagrove by visiting Deer Lake State Park. This 1,920-acre getaway features a beautiful boardwalk, walking trails, and a rare coastal dune lake. Pack a picnic, fishing pole, and binoculars — and witness how stunning Seagrove is in its all-natural state.