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Traders Village, Houston

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
2.8/5 based on 45 reviews on the web
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  • A great area to do if stay you a few days in Houston. Vast place on the 290 devoted to a giant flea where you can find everything...; disks, tools, antiques, toys, trinkets of all kinds. There is a scene or occur on certain dates (to check on the site) of very good level groups. Have witnessed on Sept. 11 to a Beatle, Eagle and Journey of exceptional quality tribute... and she atmosphere... to the American what! the everything for free (parking $ 4) from 10 am to 5 pm. Bars and fast food on the site.
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  • Only Mexican and Chinese stalls, lots of new stuff and plastic, parking $4. The thing is not fighting. I would go no more out.
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  • I got there on Saturday morning around 10am and most of the booths were closed or just setting up. It was not until around 1130am that alot of the other places started to open. 
  • I love traiders village! I've been going since I was a child and now I take my son and he has a blast! The only downfall is that my truck got broken into, luckily they didnt steal anything, they were trying to steal the whole truck but my alarm is what saved it! I just wish they had security driving around like they do at malls. I been there for years and never had to experience something like that until a few months ago. I havnt gone back because I'm scared that something is going to happen again & mind you, my truck was parked all the way in the front literally in the front and it still got broken into. Other than that I love traiders village. I just hope they have security driving around one day so this won't happen to other families that are going to have a good time.
  • This is a fun weekend distraction. You better set a budget before you go in or you'll end up leaving with a lot of stuff you don't need. There's a $3 parking fee, that's not too bad. The bathrooms are decently clean. Lots of stuff to look at and shop for.
  • This flea market is one of the best. When walking there are many things you can look and buy from many different vendors. Bathrooms are clean as can be and vendors are friendly. The bad thing is that sometimes there is a huge line to get in and you have to wait and once you get inside sometimes you have to keep looking for parking spaces. Beware of people stealing things from vehicles and the vehicles themselves. Overall a very fun flea market.
  • I would have loved to stay in this rv park for a lot longer, but they don't accept kids monthly. It is very well priced, very good amenities and it is very shady. I would have liked the laundry to be open on both sides of the park instead of only having the one side open and the office staff said that was an ongoing issue. The pool is nice though and really the location is the best park because it is so close to everything.
  • I went on a Sunday. It was lit. I went to watch a wrestling show that started at 1330. I got there at noon so I could get lunch. Yes you can get lunch here and it's probably some of the best Mexican food you can find. Authentic. You can get elote, Turkey legs, tortas, raspas, aqua frescas etc etc. I love this place. Vintage video game come up as far as they eye can see!
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