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N. River Rd., Mount Clemens, MI
  • I highly recommend you arrive early (10am) to beat the crowds and get your shopping done without the hassle of bumping elbows with other shoppers
  • Other than the occassional crowds, there should be nothing to keep you from this shopping experience, because there's everything to see here


    • by Nikki Hanna
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      I love the feel of a flea market. There’s always treasures to be had and things to see, and Gibraltar Trade Center is an excellent place for the average treasure hunter to find their next big thing. I began going there as part of a arts & crafts show they held there every few months. There shows leave a lot to be desired now (though years ago they used to be very nice) because now the shows contain half of the vendors they used to. There are still deals to be found at these shows, but nothing like what can be found in the general marketplace, and what a

      place it is!

      You can find everything from food courts, tattoo artists, purses, arts & crafts supplies, to hand-crafted items by those who have purchased a permanent booth. If you find a purse at one vendor, be sure to look around before purchasing, because chances are you can find another vendor near by selling the same purse for less money.

      The people are friendly and willing to point you in the right direction if they don’t have what you’re looking for, though usually you can find anything your heart desires at this place, which sports more than 1000 square feet of space!

      My friends and I were hosting a ...


      • Chinese-themed party, and were able to find affordable statues, paper lanterns, and other party implements without spending an arm and a leg, and without galavanting all over town to get everything we needed. It’s definitely one-stop shopping.

        The market is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, every weekend, and though there is a $3 parking fee Saturday and Sunday, you can get in for free on Fridays, not to mention that you’ll beat the rush and find great parking spaces. I highly recommend you arrive early (10am) to beat the crowds and get your shopping done without the hassle of bumping elbows with other shoppers.

        Other than the occassional crowds,

        there should be nothing to keep you from this shopping experience, because there’s everything to see here. They even sell carpeting and furniture. In fact, we recently bought a new leather couch and loveseat for a fraction of what we’d pay at a specialized furniture store, and we have never been more happy with a purchase.

        I give this place two thumbs up. Even if you aren’t a treasure-enter or flea market fan, I assure you you’ll have fun spending a couple hours walking around and seeing what there is to see. If nothing else, you can stop by the used bookstore they have, or even get your eyeglass prescriptions!




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