Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau

The Pennsylvania Great Outdoors region is the perfect destination for your outdoor adventure and family fun.  Home to the Allegheny National Forest, mighty rivers, breathtaking overlooks, and amazing wildlife!

Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring - enjoy and explore the million acres of woodlands full of outdoor recreation.  You'll be captivated by the region's rich history and the small town charm in each distinct county.

Find your treasure at our local Flea Markets

Calling all shoppers, seekers and browsers - Come and Explore! Stroll through treasure-filled alleys with great buys and rare finds. You never know what you'll discover! Flea Markets and yard sales provide a wonderful way to spend a leisurely summer day just browsing and checking out whatever catches your eye or tickles your fancy.

You won't believe your eyes!  July 15th and 16th, the 100-mile yard sale routes you into the largest wild area in the Eastern part of the United States.  Route 879 through Elk, Cameron and Clearfield counties.  VisitQuehannaArea.com

If you like a lot to choose from, the biggest flea market around is the Hazen Flea Market. Over 450 vendors gather to sell antiques, collectibles, furniture, arts and crafts, clothes, jewelry and so many more new and used items. Local growers are on hand selling fresh flowers, vegetables and landscaping plants. It all takes place the first Sunday of the month (and Saturday before) May through October. Sellers set up around 7 or 8 a.m. The bazaar is sponsored by the Warsaw Township Volunteer Fire Company, which runs a food kitchen on site. While you browse, you can nosh on items such as hot dogs, hamburgers, sausage, and soups. On Sundays there is barbecued chicken available. Admission is free, but parking on adjacent private property is $2. The Hazen Flea Market is located six miles north of Brookville on Rt. 28. There are plenty of signs to show you the way. (814) 328-2528.  HazenFleaMarket.com

West of Brookville, look for the Peddler’s Ridge Flea Market. It’s open every Saturday and Sunday till the end of October. Here you’ll find 60 to 80 sellers of antiques, crafts, jewelry, pottery, and second hand items. Admission and parking are free. The market is located in Corsica, PA. Take the Strattanville Exit 70 from I-80 (located between Clarion and Brookville exits). (814) 275-2850.  

Near Cook Forest is the Leeper Flea Market.   It’s open Saturdays and Sundays, 9 a.m., May through October. On any given weekend, there are 50 to 100 vendors selling knickknacks, antiques, knives and much more. Parking and admission are free. There is a concession stand where you can get delicious food. The Leeper Flea Market is located on the corner of Rts. 36 & 66 in Leeper, PA, five minutes north of Cook Forest. (814) 744-8811.  LeeperMarket.Cookforest.com

In Cook Forest, the Double Diamond Deer Ranch also hosts an indoor flea market every weekend until Halloween weekend.  The flea market is located at Double Diamond Deer Ranch on Route 36.  (814) 752-6334 DoubleDiamondDeerRanch.com


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