Great Smokies Flea Market-Antq

★★★★☆
  • 220 W Dumplin Valley Rd

    Kodak, TN 37764

    Map & Directions
  • 865-932-3532

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Open Friday ; Saturday & Sunday - 8am to 5pm - Open Year Round!

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W Dumplin Valley Rd Kodak, TN

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Best Flea Market in the South! Great Close Out center where you can find new brand name stuff at a fraction of the price! Good food too!

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Best Flea Market in the South! Great Close Out center where you can find new brand name stuff at a fraction of the price! Good food too!

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Since moving to TN from MN 11 yrs. ago, this flea market has be come my ""Mall of America"" for the beer set. Sometimes I go and find nothing of interest and sometimes I find too many (as far as my hubby is concerned) but I really have a fun time searching for a great bargain. I just spent part of Saturday there with my 36 yr. old, single, son. He kept finding all kinds of things there for decorating his new appartment. If you go, just go for the fun and don't expect to find anything you want --- that way you can have more fun finding the great bargains you do find. My favorite ""store"" is Cherokee Pottery, can't get enough stuff from there.

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★★★★★

Since moving to TN from MN 11 yrs. ago, this flea market has be come my ""Mall of America"" for the beer set. Sometimes I go and find nothing of interest and sometimes I find too many (as far as my hubby is concerned) but I really have a fun time searching for a great bargain. I just spent part of Saturday there with my 36 yr. old, single, son. He kept finding all kinds of things there for decorating his new appartment. If you go, just go for the fun and don't expect to find anything you want --- that way you can have more fun finding the great bargains you do find. My favorite ""store"" is Cherokee Pottery, can't get enough stuff from there.

Pros: Lots to look at

Cons: Can't think of any!!!

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I always enjoy visiting this flea market. It has such a variety of things. The uncovered outdoor section has lots and lots of junk. Amazingly, most are from so-called "estate sells". The indoor and covered areas are more like a mini-mall. Most items are new, but that doesn't always mean they're still not junk. It's always worth the trip. Best of all, we've always had very positive experiences bringing our pet.

4
★★★★☆

I always enjoy visiting this flea market. It has such a variety of things. The uncovered outdoor section has lots and lots of junk. Amazingly, most are from so-called "estate sells". The indoor and covered areas are more like a mini-mall. Most items are new, but that doesn't always mean they're still not junk. It's always worth the trip. Best of all, we've always had very positive experiences bringing our pet.

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I love this place! You will find a little bit of everything there - toys, clothing, books, collectibles, gifts, crafts, knives, movies, jewelry, home decor, fudge and candies, and more. Some of the vendors have used merchandise like you would find at a yard sale, while others carry new merchandise in little stores. It's a fun place to spend a Saturday morning or afternoon. There's something for everyone in the family, including good food!

4
★★★★☆

I love this place! You will find a little bit of everything there - toys, clothing, books, collectibles, gifts, crafts, knives, movies, jewelry, home decor, fudge and candies, and more. Some of the vendors have used merchandise like you would find at a yard sale, while others carry new merchandise in little stores. It's a fun place to spend a Saturday morning or afternoon. There's something for everyone in the family, including good food!

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This place is HUGE. It is Always packed but they have loads of parking. Wear your comfortable shoes because they have so much stuff that it is indoors and out. Most of the vendors are out there every weekend trying to sell their wares. They are not big on haggling, many booths have signs that say it is an insult to ask for a lower price but that is half the fun of a flea market. Some booths are just junk, but some take great pride in their wares and it shows. Some look like they just gathered up whatever junk they had laying around and are trying to sell it. There are a few booths that actually show how the vendors make the items, little houses that hold incense and the smoke comes out of the chimney or a moonshine still where the smoke comes out of the still, Very cute and only $10.00. They also sell the incense for $1.00 a bag with many many varieties to choose from. There are dolls, tshirts, furniture (new and used), jewlery, Nascar, collectibles, embroidery, hair products, pork rinds, boxed and canned food, bears, clocks, woodworking items. They sell homemade fudge, candied peanuts, boiled peanuts, back scratchers, stereo and computer equipment, CD's, hats, just about anything you could want and a whole bunch of junk you dont want. It is a good way to spend a day. Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays

PROS: Junk, Junk and More Junk
CONS: A lot of walking, insulted if you try to haggle over price, a lot of junk

4
★★★★☆

This place is HUGE. It is Always packed but they have loads of parking. Wear your comfortable shoes because they have so much stuff that it is indoors and out. Most of the vendors are out there every weekend trying to sell their wares. They are not big on haggling, many booths have signs that say it is an insult to ask for a lower price but that is half the fun of a flea market. Some booths are just junk, but some take great pride in their wares and it shows. Some look like they just gathered up whatever junk they had laying around and are trying to sell it. There are a few booths that actually show how the vendors make the items, little houses that hold incense and the smoke comes out of the chimney or a moonshine still where the smoke comes out of the still, Very cute and only $10.00. They also sell the incense for $1.00 a bag with many many varieties to choose from. There are dolls, tshirts, furniture (new and used), jewlery, Nascar, collectibles, embroidery, hair products, pork rinds, boxed and canned food, bears, clocks, woodworking items. They sell homemade fudge, candied peanuts, boiled peanuts, back scratchers, stereo and computer equipment, CD's, hats, just about anything you could want and a whole bunch of junk you dont want. It is a good way to spend a day. Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays

PROS: Junk, Junk and More Junk
CONS: A lot of walking, insulted if you try to haggle over price, a lot of junk

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