Treasure hunters rejoice because in October, there are several highway yard sales that should be put on your list to visit. From the Highway 60 Yard Sale in Western Kentucky to the Historic U.S. 80 Hi-Way Sale that runs through five states, these are the sales not to miss.
Garage Sale Heaven on Highway 67 is a county-wide and highway yard sale held in conjunction with the annual fall festival in downtown Prescott, Arkansas. The sale route runs from Emmet to Gurdon.
Western Kentucky yard sale shoppers are a lucky bunch, especially in the fall. During one weekend in late September or early October, they get to enjoy the Highway 60 Yard Sale.
Western Kentucky's Highway 60 Yard Sale includes eight participating counties and approximately 200 miles of sales.
Treasure hunters get two shots to shop the Historic U.S. 80 Hi-Way Sale each year. The fall event always takes place on the third Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October.
The five-state highway yard sale route runs through Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia.
After a sweltering summer, southern treasure hunters get to enjoy cooler temperatures and fantastic finds at the Highway 411 Yard Sale.
The four-day highway yard sale happens annually at the end of September or the first part of October. The route spans more than 250 miles.
When you drive the 150-mile route of the Roller Coaster Yard Sale, you'll understand how the event got its name.
The highway yard sale takes place in late September or early October, with stops in Kentucky and Tennessee. You'll find lots of bargain-priced treasures while enjoying the showy fall foliage of the Highland Rim and Cumberland Mountains.
Upstate New York's Warrensburg Garage Sale is a huge citywide and highway yard sale held each September or October.
In addition to all of the garage sales, you'll see crafts, collectibles, vintage clothing, and antiques.
Many of the Main Street merchants in Warrensburg schedule stock-sales to take place during the sale weekend as well. And, when you get hungry, you can enjoy tasty tidbits from the numerous food trucks on hand for the event.