You Could Easily Spend All Weekend At This Enormous Georgia Flea Market
Everyone loves a good flea market, right? Spending the weekend hunting for the best, sometimes weirdest, most unusually awesome things you can’t find anywhere else sounds like just the ticket. We’ve written about some of the coolest flea markets in the state before (14 Must-Visit Flea Markets In Georgia Where You’ll Find Awesome Stuff), but Smiley’s Flea Market in macon in particular may just be the best of the best. You just never know what you’re going to find at this amazing place. See what it’s all about and you be the judge…
Have you ever visited Smiley’s Flea Market? If so, did you find any amazing treasures while roaming the halls? Share with us your experience in the comments below! We love hearing your first-hand accounts of these experiences.
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Address: Smiley's Flea Market, 6717 Hawkinsville Rd, Macon, GA 31216, USA
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Flea Markets In Georgia
March 10, 2023
What flea markets are in Georgia?
It’s hard to beat the flea market mentioned in the article above, but there are many awesome flea markets in Georgia, and you’ll want to check out as many of them as possible.
Joey’s Indoor Thrift Mall, Columbus
Starlight Flea Market, Atlanta
Bill’s Flea Market, Lithia Springs
Unique Treasures Flea Market, Snellville
J&J Flea Market, Athens
Brunswick Bazaar & Farmer’s Market, Brunswick
West Georgia Flea Market, Carrollton
Southside Market, Eastman
Pendergrass Flea Market, Pendergrass
Keller's Flea Market, Savannah
What makes flea markets so great?
It’s always an incredible experience to visit a flea market because you never know what you’re going to find. It’s truly a real-life treasure hunt that the whole family will enjoy! The goods can be new, used, or vintage, and it’s usually at discounted prices.
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