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Village Flea Market
Address: corner of RobertC. Byrd Dr. and Neville St.
Contact: Todd Yonce 304-252-1480
Number of vendors: 50+
Hours of operation:700 AM-300 PM
free paved parking


Beaver Creek Traders Village. I-64, Exit 125. Ample parking. Average daily attendance 3,000. Approximately 100 dealers. New merchandise, electronics, sportswear, souvenirs, housewares, sports merchandise, tools, auto items, used merchandise, garage sale items, collector booths, crafts, produce. Snack bars, clean restrooms, h/a. Live musical entertainment. Outdoor market with space from $5. Camping available on premises. (304) 253-4500 or 638-4700.


Bluefield Flea Market. Princeton Ave. Parking building. Across from Amtrak Station. Open 7am-5pm. Average daily attendance 1,000. Approximately 150 dealers. Indoor market. Collectibles, crafts, art, lots of local garage sale sellers. New merchandise. Food, restrooms, h/a. Overnight parking. Space from $5. Seasonal market open March-November.c/p Sharon Leffell, City Hall, 514 Scott St., 24701. (304) 327-2401 or 327-8031.


Capitol Flea Market. Route 114 South. I-79, Exit 5. I-64, Exit 99. Hours 8am-5pm. Ample parking. Indoor/outdoor market with approximately 150 dealers. This market has a good selection of country collectibles & primitives. Usually mining collectibles and Civil War/ military items to be found here. New merchandise, new and used furniture. Space from $31. For a 10x14 booth for the three days. Reservations required. Food, restrooms, h/a. c/p Frances brown, 24 Meadow Brook Plaza, 25311. (304) 342-1626.


Harpers Ferry Flea Market. Route 340 (Dual Highway) at Bloomery Road. 1 mile South of town. Market opens at daylight and runs until dark. Free adm and ample free parking. Average weekend attendance of 2,500. Approximately 120 vendors. Good selection of country collectibles and farm items. Memorabilia, primitives, glassware. New merchandise and lots of used bric-a-brac. No pornography, fruit or vegetables sales allowed. Largest market in the area. Outdoor market with space from $11. daily. Electricity available. Overnight camping welcome. Food avail, restrooms, h/a. Seasonal market open March-December. c/p Manager, 904 Oregon Trail, 25425. (304) 725-4141 or 725-0092.


Pence Springs Flea Market. State Route's 3 & 12. Approximately 12 miles from Hinton. Approximately 200 dealers. Large old time country market with lots of used merchandise, mining items, farm items, country collectibles and decorator items. Some new merchandise, antiques, crafts. Food available, restrooms, h/a. Seasonal market open April-October. Space from $3. Camping nearby. c/p Ashby Berkley, (304) 466-2607.



Westover Drive In Flea Market. Ample parking. Approximately 200 dealers. Large outdoor market with good selection of merchandise, lots of new items and good collectibles. Market open March-December. Food, restrooms. c/p Joseph Nevera, (304) 983-2220.


Riverfront Antique & Flea market. 1389 University Ave. Route 119. Indoor market with approx 20 dealers. c/p Joan Evanoff, (304) 292-9320.


Speedway Flea Market. Route 20 North at Drive In. 9 miles north of Princeton. Approximately 50 dealers. New and used merchandise, lots of bric-a-brac and farm items, crafts. Food available, restrooms. Open April-September. Space from $4. c/p Sun Valley Market, Athens-Hinton, Star Rt, Box 175A, 27412. (304) 384-7382.


Antique Flea Market. Civic Center, downtown. Admission $1. Parking $1. Indoor market with approximately 150 dealers. Antiques, collectibles, art, crafts and some new merchandise. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. Space from $15. c/p Lela Karges, (304) 233-7000. Call for current schedule.


Flea Market. Route's 34 and 35. Winfield Riding Club. Ample parking. New and used merchandise, bric-a-brac, antiques, collector booths, farm and country items, tack, jewelry, crafts. Food available, restrooms, h/a. (304) 757-9040.

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