A 100-Mile Yard Sale Goes Right Through Pennsylvania And It’s Filled With Treasures
Heads up, treasure hunters (and sellers)! Clear your schedule this July for one of Pennsylvania’s most unique – and fun – annual events. Marking its 23rd season in July 2020, the 100 Mile Yard Sale, the biggest yard sale in Pennsylvania, promises two days of epic treasure hunting as you wind through countless villages across three counties.
Watch WJAC-TV Johnstown’s coverage of a recent 100 Mile Yard Sale by clicking play below:
Have you ever gone to the biggest yard sale in Pennsylvania? Did you score a ton of amazing deals? Share your experience in the comments! If you can’t wait until the year’s biggest yard sale, here are 10 amazing flea markets in PA that will help tide you over until then.
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Where can I go thrift shopping in Pennsylvania?
The 100-Mile Yard Sale through Pennsylvania might be the most epic treasuring hunting experience. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t find some really amazing spots to go bargain hunting in Pennsylvania the rest of the year.
If you like having a ton of choices, you can’t go wrong at Riddle Thrift Shop in Media. The massive thrift shop spans more than 10,000-square feet on two floors. You’ll find a little bit of everything at this thrift shop that’s been open since the 1960s. Browse the first floor, where you’ll find furniture and home décor. The second floor, on the other hand, features a selection of clothing and accessories.
Where else can I go bargain hunting in Pennsylvania?
How do you feel about road trips? Well, if you like road trips and thrift shopping in Pennsylvania, you’re going to absolutely love the Bargain Hunters Road Trip in Pennsylvania. The epic road trip spans more than 700 miles, taking you to six thrift shops. You’ll visit such popular thrift shops as Finders Keepers of Erie in Erie, Uncle Funky’s Thrift Shop in Ephrata, and Red, White, and Blue Thrift Store in Pittsburgh.
If you want to visit the largest thrift shop in Pennsylvania, plan a visit to Community Thrift Store and Donation Center in Selinsgrove. It spans a whopping 74,000 square feet, all brimming with hidden treasures.
What are the best flea markets in Pennsylvania?
If you’re a bargain hunter, you already know that you can hit the flea markets all year around. Pennsylvania is home to a collection of indoor and outdoor flea markets. Explore 29 acres of shopping space, for example, at Leighty’s Flea Market. The outdoor flea market opens in April annually while the indoor flea market is open all year around. (If you like antiques, you’ll find an eclectic collection at the indoor flea market.)