The Jonnet Flea Market along Route 22 is one of my favorite roadside attractions in Westmoreland County!
Or perhaps I should say favorite “roadside distractions”, as I could easily spend an entire afternoon picking through the treasures for sale in this former car dealership turned massive bazaar of bargains.
How to Find the Jonnet Flea Market
The Jonnet Flea Market is located just west of Blairsville alongside Route 22 – the street address is 9912 US-22, Blairsville, PA 15717 – CLICK HERE for directions on Google Maps.
As of December 1, 2022 the flea market is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 9-3; parking is both free and plentiful.
Please note: on Fridays only certain vendors are open, and you must use the entrance at the back of the building.
What You’ll Find at the Jonnet Flea Market
In short – anything and everything!
I personally collect albums in vinyl, cassette, and CD formats, as well as 1980s pop culture memorabilia, so that’s what I tend to gravitate towards.
And if you’re a vinyl collector like me, there is a TON of vinyl inventory to pick through.
Remember LaserDiscs – they got ’em.
Vintage clothing and jewelry fans will find plenty love about the Jonnet Flea Market.
Or maybe you’re a belt buckle collector?
Certain items are hard to describe but nearly impossible to live without!
I like to describe flea markets as pop culture museums where you can actually buy the exhibits.
And if you ARE looking to buy, it pays to be nice when you’re negotiating a price.
Ona recent visit to the Jonnet Flea Market I was able to walk away with this epic Family Ties game for half the initial asking price – to me the negotiation is a big part of the thrill of the flea market hunt!
You’ll never get “board” at the Jonnet Flea Market, that’s for sure.
Check out the Tiki Hut when you get hungry or thirsty.
Open since November 1982, the Jonnet Flea Market is an iconic flea market that every Pennsylvania “picker” needs to visit at least once.
You never know who or what you’ll find at this Westmoreland County roadside attraction, but DO check out the Jonnet Flea Market along Route 22 and see what you’ve been “mitten”!
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