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Typical roadside flea market although this one has numerous permanent vendors.
You will find a wide variety of items, some, many old and some even unusual. Of the permanent vendors I tend to always have to visit the phone accessory shop. They have a wide...More
We decited to check out the flea market. It was about 2 o'clock and a lot of benders were closed. I should have went first thing in the morning. We seen a lot of stuff we don't see at home. We got some stuff and...More
We enjoyed walking around, would be great to do on a rainy day, except it does have areas that are not covered-when going to one buidling to another, and sometimes it gets quite wet/puddles when leaving the building-they could do something about that. Otherwise, it...More
We went around noon on a weekday which they list as being open. I will say there are lots of booths. Unfortunately most were closed. Maybe more open on a Sunday. Unfortunately we couldn’t make it that day.
Shop here every visit to Myrtle Beach which is at least twice a year. Always need new sun glasses and this is a great place to get them at a very reasonable price. Need a book to help you enjoy the beach there are many...More
This flea market has a wide variety of items, and many of the vendors are very nice. One lady has a huge variety of books and she knows her inventory! There are also interesting selections of coins. A great variety.
Best flea market I’ve been to in a long time. Indoors out of the elements. Whatever you’re looking for you can find here. Paved surface, good for strollers and/or wheelchairs. Parking lot is dirt and stones, but not muddy.
Typical flea market, with a lot of Chinese produced items being hawked at somewhat reduced prices. Can see this place being a real bear to maneuver thru in peak tourist season as the aisles are not real wide
Nothing interesting or worth anything here. No "artisans" or local made items. No real antiques. Just people's junk, & all seems to be mass produced items from China that they are just reselling at a higher price. There are so many good flea markets out...More