Buffalo Gap Flea Market

★★★★☆
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325-572-3327

817 Main St

Buffalo Gap, TX

79508

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Buffalo Gap is a great flea market if you know how to hunt for treasures. There is some of everything. There is junk at every flea market. I dont know about the rest of you but what one might call junk another might call a treasure. I have found and sld many great things there! I live 3 hours away and it is always worth the dive!

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Buffalo Gap is a great flea market if you know how to hunt for treasures. There is some of everything. There is junk at every flea market. I dont know about the rest of you but what one might call junk another might call a treasure. I have found and sld many great things there! I live 3 hours away and it is always worth the dive!

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The Buffalo Gap monthly Flea Market is located in a beautiful tree shaded area with very old and large Oak trees. These trees provide abundant shade even in the hottest weather. Weather permitting, the Flea Market is held every month all year long. You can find anything from clothing, guns, knives, craft items, steer horns, animal hides, tools, antiques, household items, iron work, records, wagon wheels, bird houses/baths, horse tack, western furniture and decor, etc. There is something for everyone. In the back of the Flea Market area is where you can find rabbits, dogs, ducks, goats, horses, chickens, etc. for those interested in adopting an animal. The settingisthat of an old country Flea Market under the trees. Plenty of food vendors that provide breakfasts, lunch and dinner. Most of the places have outside areas to sit down and eat. You can take the whole family and the family pet for a fun place to hang out for the day. Who knows what you will find? Highly recommended for a good family outings and bargains galore.

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★★★★☆

The Buffalo Gap monthly Flea Market is located in a beautiful tree shaded area with very old and large Oak trees. These trees provide abundant shade even in the hottest weather. Weather permitting, the Flea Market is held every month all year long. You can find anything from clothing, guns, knives, craft items, steer horns, animal hides, tools, antiques, household items, iron work, records, wagon wheels, bird houses/baths, horse tack, western furniture and decor, etc. There is something for everyone. In the back of the Flea Market area is where you can find rabbits, dogs, ducks, goats, horses, chickens, etc. for those interested in adopting an animal. The settingisthat of an old country Flea Market under the trees. Plenty of food vendors that provide breakfasts, lunch and dinner. Most of the places have outside areas to sit down and eat. You can take the whole family and the family pet for a fun place to hang out for the day. Who knows what you will find? Highly recommended for a good family outings and bargains galore.

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The Buffalo Gap fela market certainly isn't large. They average about 100 vendors in a small dirt covered parking lot. About 1/3 of the vendors sell food products: fresh squeezed lemonade and turkey legs are a favorite. Another 1/3 of them sell junk. You might occasionally find a treasure, but you'll have to look carefully. Te last 1/3 are the local artisans, which make this fela market a gem. You'll find just about every breed of crafter, from candle makers to the furniture man with adirondak chairs. Avoid the very back of the market. There are usually a dozen vehicles back there selling live animals, in less than humane conditions.

PROS: Great crafts from local artisans
CONS: Once a month, March-Sept. only

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★★★☆☆

The Buffalo Gap fela market certainly isn't large. They average about 100 vendors in a small dirt covered parking lot. About 1/3 of the vendors sell food products: fresh squeezed lemonade and turkey legs are a favorite. Another 1/3 of them sell junk. You might occasionally find a treasure, but you'll have to look carefully. Te last 1/3 are the local artisans, which make this fela market a gem. You'll find just about every breed of crafter, from candle makers to the furniture man with adirondak chairs. Avoid the very back of the market. There are usually a dozen vehicles back there selling live animals, in less than humane conditions.

PROS: Great crafts from local artisans
CONS: Once a month, March-Sept. only

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