about frost bites seaside

Come By and Get Some Blue Lips at Frost Bites Seaside!

Frost Bites originally opened in Seaside, Fl. in 1994. In 2004, Frost Bites, still the only Airstream in Seaside, was purchased by Mike Gullett. Mike, a father of four, had a vision of helping families make new memories at the beach, as well as reliving old ones. That tradition continues today with photo ops, yummy shave ice, old fashioned root beer floats, and the friendliest of employees. Joined by his wife, Chance, Frost Bite’s has become a family affair with children, siblings and even an occasional grandparent pitching in!

All of us here at Frost Bites work to support and encourage one another as well as the Seaside community. We continually donate both time and products to many local charities including Lighthouse Family Retreat, Alaqua Animal Refuge, Camel Club, and Bulldogs to the Rescue.

Frost Bites Seaside specializes in Hawaiian Shave Ice (not shaved), Fresh Lemonade Freeze, Frozen custard, soft drinks and water. We have many Flavors – we’d love to know what your favorite is! We also have a fun line of t-shirts and tank tops that are available at Frost Bites or at our online Shop.

Snowcones. It is what it is. Awesome location in Seaside within an Airstream Bambi right on 30-A. Friendly help and tons of combinations to try. Their smalls are huge. All of them are a great addition to your Seaside experience.
– Justin Conway, Destin, FL

Told my Dad how supportive Frost Bites was of childhood cancer charities and he was inspired to paint this…
– Colleen McDougall Carter, Suwanee, Georgia

We thoroughly enjoyed our shaved ice…and will be back again soon!
– Melberg Beth, Alpharetta, GA bethmelbergPhotography.com

We were Lighthouse guests. Thank you so much for helping to make our week AWESOME!!!
– Eleanor Arnold, Ottumwa, IA  

Frost Bites ROCKS! We can’t say thank you enough to the lovely ladies for giving us the opportunity to take this picture. We have it proudly placed in our living room (and on Facebook now) for all to see.
– Mary Metzger Kanter