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Great Smokies Flea Market, Kodak

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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3.2/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
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  • awesome deals we love the flea market. if your looking for good deals from kids to pets to health products this is the place to visit 
  • Typical flea market but nothing that makes this one any different than others. Most of the good deals are in the outside booths. Most of them only accept cash. Most of the inside booths accept charge ...  read more »
  • My husband loves trekking through flee markets. He found odd little things and gift ideas. He even found his beloved boiled peanuts All in all, a good way to spend a Saturday morning. 
  • I absolutely fell in love with this Flea Market!! To start off its huge!! So big I didn't think I was going to be able to make it around to look at everything. The people /sellers are extremely friendly and not a bit pushy when trying to get your interest in their product...One of my favorite things about The Great Smokies Flea market is that you are also provided with free Wi-Fi access!! There prices are reasonable and your sure to find something you like with all the different items they have available... If you are ever in the TN area its definitely a must to check it out!!
  • Arrived at 4p. It had rained prior to our arrival. Most all outdoor sheds closed up. But did not reopen. Went inside and found others closing by 4:30 hardly anything open inside. Disappointed we went out of the way to go there and their hours of operation were not honored.
  • I've bought and sold there in past decades. For myself today, it's a wee bit of a drive from my home; and it's becoming overregulated, and too costly for low income folks to set up. Also all those local government fees. Etcetera.
  • The doll fairy is a great place. I love all the dolls and their beautiful outfits. The owner knows her dolls and how to repair and make them like new.
  • Most of the indoor dealers have high prices in hopes to get the real price they want after haggling. Puts me off of them, but oh well. Sometimes the outside dealers have good stuff, but not often. The smaller flea market down the road is much better for finding deals and tools, but not knives and bed sheets.
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