Pennsylvania April 03, 2017
You’ll Absolutely Love This 100 Mile Yard Sale Going Right Through Pennsylvania
Heads up, treasure hunters (and sellers)! Clear your schedule this July for one of Pennsylvania’s most unique – and fun – annual events. Celebrating its 20th anniversary in July 2017, the 100 Mile Yard Sale in Pennsylvania promises two days of epic treasure hunting as you wind through countless villages across three counties.
Sponsored by the Quehanna Industrial Development Corporation, the annual 100 Mile Yard Sale in Pennsylvania is slated for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on July 14 and 15, 2017.
Travel the picturesque route along Route 879 with stops in a variety of charming villages - including Benezette, Karthaus, and Frenchville - across Cameron, Clearfield, and Elk Counties.
Undoubtedly the state's largest yard sale, the 100 Mile Yard Sale attracts visitors from all over Pennsylvania, the United States, and even Canada.
Journey only a few miles or along the entire route where you'll discover all kinds of treasures, from Pampered Chef cookware to old albums.
Founded in part to help raise funds for area non-profit organizations, the 100 Mile Yard Sale welcomes sellers, who must pay a minimal fee of $10 per family to participate.
All participants display a paid sign and the Quehanna Industrial Development Corporation recommends only purchasing from those who are official participants of the event. Fees help to pay for advertising costs.
The Quehanna Industrial Development Corporation is accepting applications for sellers. Applications must be submitted by May 6, 2017 to ensure seller information is included in the yard sale directory.
Click here for the application.
WJAC-TV Johnstown’s coverage of the 100 Mile Yard Sale by clicking play below:
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