What’s your favorite thing about spring? The longer days? Trading the jeans and tennis shoes for shorts and flip-flops? Or, the return of the outdoor flea markets across the state? That’s right. It’s that time of the year when we get to spend leisurely weekend days treasure-hunting at local flea markets. If you’ve never been to this 29-acre outdoor market in Pennsylvania, add Leighty’s Flea Market to your to-do list this year.

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Leighty’s Flea Market isn’t the only thrifting dream in Pennsylvania… but it sure is one of our favorites! But with so much room to explore, it’s just as much of a challenge to leave empty-handed.

What’s your favorite outdoor flea market in Pennsylvania? Let us know in the comments! Then, check out the Antiques Capital of Pennsylvania.

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