Highway Yard Sales in September

Take to the Treasure Trail This Fall

One of the several highway yard sales spread across America this summer.

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September is a popular month for highway yard sales. These events bring treasure hunters out to cruise for miles, visit hundreds of vendors, and see what is being offered.

31W Treasure Hunt / Yard Sale in Kentucky and Tennessee

From Louisville, Kentucky to Nashville, Tennessee, the 31W Treasure Hunt / Yard Sale spans 150 miles of historic Highway 31W. This highway began as a buffalo trail before becoming Kentucky's first paved highway. The annual highway yard sale takes place in early September on the weekend after Labor Day.

Antique Alley Texas

Antique Alley, Texas (Cleyburne to Maypearl) may not be the biggest or longest antique and yard sale trail on the list, but it's definitely one of the most exciting. In addition to lots of yard sale fare, you'll spot vintage clothing and home decor, antiques, collectibles, and community events along the route. There's a reason it's sometimes called "Little ​Round Top." Antique Alley Texas takes place every April and September on the third weekend of the month.

Benton County Bargain Highway in West Tennessee

Labor Day weekend is the time for the Benton County Bargain Highway in West Tennessee. Started in 1998, there are usually between 150 and 200 participating yard sales along the 30-mile route. The annual event takes place in Tennessee's Benton County, along Highway 69 from Big Sandy to Holladay.

Highway 411 Yard Sale From Alabama to Tennessee

You can bargain hunt across three states during the Highway 411 Yard Sale, from Leeds, Alabama to Knoxville, Tennessee. It takes place in late September or early October. The route spans more than 250 miles. If you start in Alabama, you can finish the weekend in the Smoky Mountain area of Tennessee.

Highway 54 Yard Sale in Western Kentucky

Western Kentucky's Highway 54 Yard Sale gives you two chances to treasure hunt each year. The fall event always takes place on the third weekend of September. The 50-mile highway yard sale route runs from Owensboro to Leitchfield.

Highway 60 Yard Sale in Western Kentucky

The annual Highway 60 Yard Sale in Western Kentucky takes place each fall, typically in late September or early October. The event includes eight counties and approximately 200 miles of sales.

Highway 61 Yard Sale in Missouri

Shop more than 60 miles and up to 300 sales each year at the Highway 61 Yard Sale in Missouri. The highway yard sale route runs from Jackson to Bloomsdale. It always takes place in late August or early September, on the Friday and Saturday before Labor Day.

Highway 75 King of Trails Market Day in Minnesota

Western Minnesota's Highway 75 King of Trails Market Day spans over 400 miles from Luverne to Hallock. It features antiques, vintage goods, and lots of yard sale bargains. The highway yard sale always takes place on the second Saturday of September.

Kan-Okla 100 Mile Highway Sale

Treasure hunt in two states at the Kan-Okla 100 Mile Highway Sale. The annual event takes place in the middle of September in numerous participating towns in Kansas and Oklahoma. They host group sale sites as well.

Rollercoaster Yard Sale in Kentucky and Tennessee

Enjoy an autumn weekend twisting along the 150-mile route of the Rollercoaster Yard Sale in Kentucky and Tennessee. The annual highway yard sale takes place each fall, at the end of September or beginning of October. The scenery is nearly as exciting as the treasures you're sure to find.

US HWY 36 Treasure Hunt in Kansas

The US HWY 36 Treasure Hunt features yard sales all across northern Kansas, from border to border. The highway yard sale takes place on the third weekend of September, with some vendors setting up as early as Wednesday. The 400-mile route includes yard sales, flea markets, and community events in participating cities.

Warrensburg Garage Sale in New York

Savor autumn in the Adirondacks during the Warrensburg Garage Sale. The upstate New York event takes place each year at the end of September or early November. In addition to all the great garage sales, expect to see antiques, vintage clothing, crafts, and lots and lots of food.