People Like Mesa Market Place Swap Meet!

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5 of 5 starsReviewed March 20, 2015NEW

Whenever we are in the Mesa area, we make sure to stop here. It’s fantastic! All new items and very good prices. We have made many purchases here over the years. The only thing stopping us from more purchases is the weight restriction for luggage on airlines. It’s free to get in, so you don’t want to pass it up. Make sure you give yourself enough time to wander thru it all. There’s food available for purchase as well and picnic tables to sit. Certain times there is even musical entertainment. You won’t be disappointed you stopped and more than likely you will walk out with a great deal on something! 🙂

Sherry C. from Wadsworth, Visited April 2014
 
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4 of 5 starsReviewed March 19, 2015

I’m not kidding. You have 4 long buildings to go through. You could take a couple hours to go through two of the buildings and go another day to go through the other two, or take all day and go through all four. It might be a little overwhelming to do it all in one day, especially if it’s hot and busy. There is no charge to get in or to park. Open Frid-Sat-Sun 7:00-4:00. Each building has a place where you can get something to eat or drink, and in the middle they have more of an eating area with pic nic tables to sit down. They also have live music in that area where you can kick up your shoes and dance. Bathrooms are at either end. You have to experience the swap meet at least once. That is exactly what it is a swap meet. Something for all tastes.

Laura P, Visited March 2015
 
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4 of 5 starsReviewed March 17, 2015

With over 1500 reported booths, you can find just about anything you might want to buy. People flock to this market and the aisles can get pretty crowded. Go early in the morning if it’s going to be hot as it gets pretty warm inside. It is entirely covered so you aren’t in the sun which is nice. Lots of fun things to see and even live music at times.

Mgalex from Bothell, Washington, Visited March 2015
 
5 of 5 starsReviewed March 17, 2015 via mobile

What an amazing place. Came here looking for something specific. (Ping tiles) And I found exactly what I was looking for and then some. Being from out of town I researched where to find what I was looking for and the Mesa Market popped up. So I went. Not what I expected, but so much more. Eveything imaginable can be found here from fine art to howling coyotes, antiques to modern outdoor kitchens. There was even a “tiny house” on wheels for sale. One word of advice come early, parking fills up and coming early allows you time to meander through all the shops.

Cindy M, Visited February 2015