Tribe Kelley Surf Post in Grayton Beach

Tribe Kelley Grayton

Scenic Highway 30A has become the second home and stomping grounds for many prominent country music celebrities. Luke Bryan has a home in Seacrest and a cigar shop at the Hub, Chris Stapleton has a family home in Inlet Beach, and Thomas Rhett shot a music video right on our sandy shores. Well, watch out South Walton, cause there’s another pair of boots in town.

With smash hit singles like Cruise, Get Your Shine On, and HOLY, if you’ve ever turned your radio on you’ve probably heard of the famous country duo Florida Georgia Line. What you may not have known is that Brian Kelley, one part of the pair, and his wife Brittney Kelley have also founded an American made clothing and wellness brand. Lucky for us they have opened up a boutique shop right here in Grayton Beach! Located next to the Zoo Gallery in what used to be an old beach cottage, the Tribe Kelley Surf Post is a fresh and coastal spin-off of their original Nashville, Tennessee Tribe Kelley Trading Post.

Developed in 2014 on the Florida Georgia Line tour bus, Tribe Kelley is a clothing brand focused on ethically producing clothing while creating jobs domestically. Pieces are developed and designed in Nashville and Los Angeles and produced locally in the United States. Fashion trendsetters will find themselves surrounded by American made denim, comfortable loungewear, luxe transitional pieces, and skin care and wellness products. The shop evokes a casual but extremely trendy vibe and is a fun place to browse, hang out, and feel like a local even if you don’t plan to purchase anything. A shaded patio and tiki hut in the back is the perfect place to throw up the shaka and snag your newest Instagram pic. Grab a margarita from Chiringo next door and walk on over to pick up something to remember your stay. You’ll know you’ve found the surf hut when you see the old school Tribe Kelley VW van parked out front.

If hitting the best local shops around town is on your vacation bucket list, make sure you include a stop at the  Tribe Kelley Surf Post. Stay in one of our many Grayton Beach homes or condos, and you’ll feel like you’re a part of the tribe in no time.