Seacrest Beach, Florida is a quiet residential community with some of the highest sand dunes on 30-A, so high that one can easily view dolphins swimming in the distance. One of the least developed and most scenic of the dune lakes, Camp Creek, is located on the western edge of the community and extends north and south of 30-A. Legend says that the Creek Indians lived in this area and that the lake was named in their honor. Seacrest Beach has been one of the quietest beach communities along Scenic
30-A, most due to the fact that there is virtually no commercial development here.