Interstate 81 Flea Market

★★★☆☆
36.1997 -83.291
Map and Directions to Interstate 81 Flea Market

423-587-9430

Highway 25 E

Morristown, TN

37813

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About Interstate 81 Flea Market

Categories
  • Second Hand Goods
  • Flea Markets
  • Swap Meets
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Watch out for pirated media for cds & dvds. Large selection of fruits & veggies. There is always animals for sale. Alot of 'junk' tables. Alot of drugstore items & meds that are out of date. Huge amount of used clothing. Watch for children running unattended and in parking areas. Poorly policed if at all.

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★★★☆☆

Watch out for pirated media for cds & dvds. Large selection of fruits & veggies. There is always animals for sale. Alot of 'junk' tables. Alot of drugstore items & meds that are out of date. Huge amount of used clothing. Watch for children running unattended and in parking areas. Poorly policed if at all.

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Always has a lot of stuff, some good and some junk. In the summer you can usually find farmers selling stuff fresh from the garden. In the busiest time, summer and fall, you can usually take a thorough walk through the flea market in an hour or two. Many of the booths are like yard sales. None are set up like stores. Just tables. Some people are set up everything selling new T-shirts, books, work shoes, and stuff like that. You can always find a few with large assortment of books. A few booths have new toys. It is gravel and hilly, so it's tough for someone in a wheelchair or with bad arthritis. It's located just off I-81, so it's easy to get to if you're coming from the Interstate.

PROS: good selection
CONS: not an easy walk for older people, handicapped people

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★★★★☆

Always has a lot of stuff, some good and some junk. In the summer you can usually find farmers selling stuff fresh from the garden. In the busiest time, summer and fall, you can usually take a thorough walk through the flea market in an hour or two. Many of the booths are like yard sales. None are set up like stores. Just tables. Some people are set up everything selling new T-shirts, books, work shoes, and stuff like that. You can always find a few with large assortment of books. A few booths have new toys. It is gravel and hilly, so it's tough for someone in a wheelchair or with bad arthritis. It's located just off I-81, so it's easy to get to if you're coming from the Interstate.

PROS: good selection
CONS: not an easy walk for older people, handicapped people

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