We highly recommend renting bikes for your Blue Mountain Beach vacation! Our Blue Mountain Beach community is very bike friendly as there is no better way to get around and enjoy the fantastic Blue Mountain Beach sunshine and the natural beauty of our beaches. Blue Mountain Beach also has numerous great bike paths for you and your family to explore during your vacation (feel free to ask the Live Well team for some suggestions on the best paths). Why drive when you can bike Blue Mountain Beach!Just Click & Pedal
Build your Blue Mountain Beach Live Well bike rental bundle by selecting from the following bike options and we'll have it waiting for you when you get here! It's as simple as choosing your start and end date (i.e. days we drop-off and pickup) and then your bikes will be waiting for you when you arrive to Blue Mountain Beach!Some Key Items
Riding bikes on 30A is very popular and you get to see a side of this wonderful place that can’t be seen by car! 30A has a 19 mile bike path plus many streets, neighborhoods, dune lakes, green spaces, stores and restaurants to explore along the way. During peak season you will see thousands of bikes up and down the road. Here are a few of my favorite places to ride and helpful pointers:
*Always lock your bike up. They rarely get stolen- however, they do get “borrowed” and most of the rental companies charge you the full replacement cost for a lost, stolen, “borrowed” or damaged bike.
East to West by bike: Inlet Beach is easily reached by bike from Rosemary Beach. Inlet Beach is a local’s beach that has been discovered. It’s quiet and laid back and has beautiful Gulf views from the road. Rosemary Beach is a great place to start your tour. Cruise main street and check out all of the restaurants and shops. Inlet Beach is easily reached by bike from Rosemary Beach. Heading West from Rosemary you will first hit Seacrest Beach. This is a great neighborhood to explore. Palm trees line the streets and it’s there is less car traffic to worry about. Next, you will want to stop in Alys Beach and check out the restaurants and shops it has to offer. The stunning architecture and landscaping is a “can’t miss”. A good peddle West and you will enter Watersound Beach. This is one of my favorite places to bike. It has less traffic than the other beaches and some of the best scenery on 30A. Moving West from Watersound Beach you will quickly be in Seagrove. There are plenty of restaurants and shops to catch your breath before moving on to Seaside. Seaside is by far the most active community on 30A. A great break on any bike ride would be a drink and a snack at Bud and Alley’s rooftop bar. Then it’s on to Watercolor, another great community to explore by bike. Continue West through Grayton State Park and then Grayton Beach. Grayton Beach is fantastic. Stop by the Red Bar for the ultimate 30A experience and travel back in time as you cruise the streets of Grayton Beach. Many of the homes have been there since the late 19th century. West of Grayton Beach you will find Blue Mountain Beach and Dune Allen that each have plenty to do. Make sure to catch a sunset before wrapping up your bike ride. Take plenty to drink and have fun!
Things to check out on your 30A bike ride (from East to West):