The Flea Markets of Jacksonville
Whether it’s a computer from a traditional storefront that accepts major credit cards or a used lawn mower put out by someone simply attempting to de-clutter their garage, you can stumble upon nearly anything imaginable at a flea market. Fruits and vegetables, canned food, clothes, electronics, and vintage items for low prices are all up for grabs.
Published May 21, 2014 in Culture
Image courtesy of http://quinnsawesomejourney.blogspot.com/2012/10/10202012-trip-to-pecan-park-flea-market.html
According to the Pecan Park website, Pecan Park is the largest flea market in Jacksonville, boasting over 750 storefronts in an open-air, covered establishment. The Pecan Park market has been open for over 20 years and also contains and RV park. Although larger than Ramona Flea Market, the Pecan Park market is free, and contains a couple of attractions outside of the standard flea market fare including bounce houses and mini golf. The Pecan Park flea market is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Follow us on the web!
. You must be logged in to comment on this story.
What are the benefits of having a MetroJacksonville.com account?
- Share your opinion by posting comments on stories that interest you.
- Stay up to date on all of the latest issues affecting your neighborhood.
- Create a network of friends working towards a better Jacksonville.
Already have an account? Login now to comment.