Blue Mountain Beach Florida supposedly got its name from the abundant wild Lupine flowers with vibrant purple blue flowers that dot the area. The dunes covered with this beautiful wildflower looked like Blue Mountains on the Beach and thus the name was born.
Today these beautiful beaches remain virtually untouched. The area also boasts several inland lakes such as Alligator Lake, Big Red Fish and Draper Lake which is suspiciously off limits to the public. Oak and Pine forests dot the area as well bringing back true old Florida style and peacefulness.
Blue Mountain Beach on 30A is a delight for vacationers looking to experience an out of the way vacation with beautiful natural surroundings. Find a vacation rental in Blue Mountain Beach below and you will yearn to come back for more.