A 690-Mile Yard Sale Goes Right Through Ohio And It’s Filled With Treasures
If you love yard sales, then you’re lucky to be living in Ohio. Most people have no idea that the World’s Longest Yard Sale stretches across the western border of Ohio. It’s a truly epic weekend-long yard sale you’re going to absolutely love. You’ll find so many treasures just waiting to be discovered at the 127 Yard Sale. It’s the biggest yard sale in Ohio and it’s worthy of a road trip. Take a look:
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If you enjoyed this post, check out our previous article: 17 Amazing Flea Markets In Ohio You Absolutely Have To Visit.
Biggest Yard Sale in Ohio
Where can I go thrift shopping in Ohio?
Thrift shopping in Ohio can be downright fun if you know where to look. Some of the best and biggest thrift stores in Ohio include Valley Thrift Store in Cincinnati, Picker’s Paradise in Springfield and Ohio Thrift in Columbus. You’ll also find some truly unique thrift stores in Ohio such as Out of the Closet in Columbus and Casablanca Vintage in Cincinnati. One-of-a-kind treasures are hiding in these smaller thrift stores. For a fun road trip, check out our previous article: This Bargain Hunters Road Trip Will Take You To The Best Thrift Stores In Ohio.
Where else can I go bargain hunting in Ohio?
Bargain hunting in Ohio is a fun way to spend a rainy day. Fortunately, the Buckeye State is home to some great year-round flea markets that make great places to start, such as Trader’s World in Lebanon. Other fun places in Ohio to find unique treasures are the Hocking Hills Market in Rockbridge and Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market in Sugarcreek.
What are the best flea markets in Ohio?
Some of the best flea markets in Ohio are the seasonal flea markets that only take place on select weekends throughout the year, such as Lucasville Trade Days at the Scioto County Fairgrounds. The largest flea market in Ohio and the tri-state area is Rogers Community Auction and Open Air Market in Rogers. People often travel from out of state to attend and camp or stay overnight in the area. There are more than 1,500 vendors and more than 5 miles of treasures to explore. You’ll find a little bit of everything at this massive market. As an added bonus, it’s open year-round every Friday.