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Recreational shopping: 1 1/4 miles of great shops: hundreds of merchants stocking 1600 market spaces you won't find in any other mall in the Southwest. We're a swap meet that's grown up to become a state-of-the-art market place! Covered and misted...more
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This place is HUGE. We spent almost four House here and didn’t quite make it through the entire place. It’s not overly crowded like some other swap meets you go to in the United States probably partly in part to how massive it is. Be...More
Spent a few hours, walking the aisles. Great selection of Southwest paraphernalia. Some nice food shops. Nice crafts and t shirts. Enjoyed our time here. Somewhat different from Florida flea markets, so really enjoyed. Would be anxious to return when in the area again.
This place is HUGE! I was surprised that in spite of it being the weekend, there was ample parking. If you're up for a long walk and you love to shop, this is your place. There was a nice, cool breeze that made the temperature...More
Variety of vendors. About 5 rows of booths that went on forever. Lot if repetition but u can negotiate price especially if u pay with cash. We went in sat. Morning and wasn't too crowded. Aisles are very wide and room to walk around in...More
Wear your most comfortable shoes and bring cash! This is a great way to spend the day shopping for trinkets and souveniers. There is a lady with a small site selling her hand made pottery and its amazing.! HINT.... dont get sucked into thinking you...More