You Could Spend All Day At This Awesome Flea Market In North Carolina
There’s no better place to find an eclectic mix of items for sale than a flea market, and North Carolina has several markets to choose from. One of the largest is the Brightleaf Flea Market, located in Smithfield, and you’re going to want to wear your most comfortable shoes when you visit – this place is enormous!
Have you ever been to the Brightleaf Flea Market? If so, what part was your favorite? Did you bring home the perfect treasures? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
Looking for more great flea markets in North Carolina? Check out these 10 flea markets that you absolutely have to visit.
If you’re still in the mood for more North Carolina adventures where no buying is required, take a look at this video about the spectacular Clingmans Dome Views:
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Adventures in North Carolina
Where can we find waterfalls in North Carolina?
- The Linville Falls on the town of the same name are located off the Blue Ridge Parkway at milepost 316.4.
- The Crabtree Falls, also in the town of the same name, are accessible via a 3-mile hike.
- The Looking Glass Falls, once again in the town of the same name, sits off U.S. 276 along the Forest Heritage Scenic Byway.
Read on to learn more about the many stunning waterfalls in North Carolina.
- Where can we find haunted places in North Carolina?
- The Great Dismal Swamp in the town of the same name was said to be the inspiration for the slave journeys written by novelist Harriet Beecher Stowe.
- Crybaby Lane in Raleigh is said to be haunted after a tragic fire that killed several children and their ghosts are believed still walk the streets.
- Devils Tramping Ground in Bear Creek is reported to have paranormal activity that removes any items left in a particular area of the property.
Read on to learn more about the many haunted places in North Carolina.
Where can we find lighthouses in North Carolina?
- The Roanoke Lighthouse in Edenton dates back to 1866.
- The Currituck Beach Lighthouse in Corolla is the only natural-brick lighthouse on the coast.
- The Bodie Island Lighthouse in Nags Head was originally built in 1872.
Read on to learn more about the many amazing lighthouses in North Carolina.