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“I'm impressed with the variety of handcrafted products I've seen at the Buy Sell Trade flea market!”
We are Canon City's only outdoor Flea Market with up to 70 exciting vendors with a huge array of products ranging from fine art, antiques, new/used household goods to Colorado native crafts and local area treasures. Here at BSTM, we also have Pony...more
We were there on a Saturday and expected it to be a large market. It was a bit more like a garage sale that was in it's third day. We did buy homemade bread and cinnamon rolls from the Amish woman and they were OUTSTANDING....More
It's been a blast checking out the Buy Sell Trade flea market. The vendors are fun and friendly with information on their products as well as what some of the other vendors have. If you are looking for something particular, they will help you find...More
Great place to be able sell and meet people. Location is wonderful come and check it out.
I sell recycled metal Art yard décor all out recycled metal materials.
If you are interested in having a booth come and visit or just to browse.😃
A fun place to meet new people and get great deals!!!! There are lots of great and unique things to look at and even buy!😉 Come on down each weekend until October! Free admission and parking! And lots of fun! 😎🔥🔥
I'd have to say it is awesome. There's things from different cultures, crafts, numerous household items from new to vintage, one can find just about anything. Being a vendor there is nice, they all help each other, from setting up, fix it's to tearing down...More
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Donny H, Owner at Buy Sell Trade Mart, responded to this reviewResponded 2 June 2016
Thank you so much for your review. We hope to see you again soon. We even have more exciting things coming in the near future.
Free admission and free parking. This market faces Hwy 50 with access via streets at traffic lights east/west of location. Nice wide aisles with gravel. Booths had large assortment of items, cottage industry foods, rocks/minerals, pony rides. Vendors all very friendly -- spaces still available....More