Beach Fires

Beach bonfires are by far the most popular thing to do on 30A. They are great for families, large groups, small groups, adults only, etc. We are the #1 beach fire provider on 30A- allow us to show you a great time when you are visiting 30A.

There’s just something so simple, peaceful and easy about sitting around a fire with your family and friends, listening to music, roasting marshmallows and dancing under the stars that just feels good. Nothing says Summer like a s’more!

Live Well 30A can set up a beach fire for your group anywhere along 30A and even into Destin. We provide everything: county permit, wood, fire pit, table with tablecloth, and tiki torches. We can also provide chairs, games, music, s’mores, chef catered dinner, beverages including hot chocolate and more.

Fun and easy!

When you arrive, typically 30 minutes before sunset, your fire and tikis are already lit and music, Bob Marley my personal preference, is already playing. All you have to do is come and enjoy.

Where to have your beach fire

Popular spots for beach fires are: Inlet Beach, Rosemary Beach, Seacrest Beach, Watersound, Alys Beach, Seagrove Beach, Seaside, Watercolor and Grayton Beach.

Catering, meals, etc

Our most popular menus for beach fires are shrimp boils, fish tacos, hamburgers and hot dogs and surf and turf.
Please provide at least 6 hours for a fire and 24-48 hours for a fire plus dinner.

Live Well can help you put together a great beach fire experience. www.livewell30a.com

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Live Well 30A services include: bike rentals, beach chair rentals, beach bonfires, golf cart rentals, yolo and paddle board rentals, kayak rentals, airport shuttles on 30A, transportation on 30A, baby crib and highchair rentals, chef services, concierge services and much more. Live Well 30A serves all of 30A including Rosemary Beach, Seaside, Watercolor Beach, Watersound Beach, Alys Beach, Grayton Beach, Blue Mountain Beach, Seagrove Beach, Inlet Beach and Dune Allen.
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Article by John Wellborn