The El Camino Real Sale on the Trail takes place the this year, Friday, July 31 and Saturday, August 1, along 111 miles of the historic El Camino Real de los Tejas. Make plans to drive the trail for yard sale bargains! Hop in your car and go along Hwy 21 in TX starting in Nacogdoches and then east to San Augustine, Milam, and across Toledo Bend Lake and beyond to Natchitoches for a great adventure and great finds!

The Nacogdoches Convention & Visitor’s Bureau has the scoop on the must-shop stops in Nacogdoches County. Buckle up and get your wallet ready for the sale of the year!

DOWNTOWN NACOGDOCHES

Antiques, cool art, trendy clothing, one of a kind jewelry. We’ve got it all in the bag here on the brick streets of Nacogdoches.

One of the most unique aspects of Nacogdoches is the large number of locally-owned specialty and antique stores you will find here. Visit Nacogdoches’ one-of-a-kind family-owned shops and restaurants; places that still do business the old-fashioned way. Treat yourself to a day of relaxation at one of downtown’s salons or yoga studio.

FORTNEY HOME

310 N. Mound St., Nacogdoches, TX

It’s more than a store, it’s a spectacle!

Fortney Home defies description. Antiques, oddities, great leather furniture, Western decor, worldly relics, architectural treasures, contemporary art, gift items, whimsical items and outdoor sculptures. It’s decadent with decor and a real shopping experience. The antithesis of the big box store. Come prepared to be awed!

This beautiful 1897 Victorian home on Mound Street was designed by famous architect Diedrich Rulfs. It is now an “Artful Eclectic Emporium,” featuring two floors and a yard full of unique art for sale. Just three blocks north of Main Street, we are in the Historic District of stately old homes.

UNCLE DOUG’S OUTDOOR MARKET

14812 US Hwy 21. W. Douglass, Texas

Situated in the Beautiful East Texas community of Douglass, located just 15 miles from Nacogdoches, Uncle Doug’s is a local, community oriented venue offering 5 star rated BBQ combined with our passion for fresh, local  products that are sustainably harvested or made in the East Texas Area. Their open air market is a welcome invite to all local craftsmen, farmers and artisans who wish to sell their wares and to all those who wish to shop local for organic fresh food.

JUNCTION ANTIQUE MALL

 5447 S, US-59, Nacogdoches, TX

Located on the north side of Hwy 59, the Mall’s storefront is shrouded by tons of mature plants ready for sale. Junction has a huge selection of glassware, collectibles, outdoor and indoor items. The place is home to 30 vendors chocked full of stuff. There is a handbag policy due to prior collectibles being damaged. Customers are asked to leave purses in their vehicles or may check in at the front desk. A great place to peruse if antiques are your thing!

FLEA MARKET FABULOUS – NACOGDOCHES TRADE DAYS

1304 NW Stallings Dr Nacogdoches, Texas

Not your mama’s flea market! 9 acres of fabulous flea market finds deep in the heart of Texas! Let them feed you, fill up your truck and send you home with some great finds from  30- 40 of the best vendors in Texas! Grab your girls and head on out to see them. They’re open every 3rd Saturday of each month, year-round, rain or shine!

NACOGDOCHES ANTIQUE MARKET

7668 S US Highway 59, Nacogdoches, Texas 75964

A wonderful place to shop! 10,000 square feet of vintage antiques and collectibles. Great vendors with a wide selection of a little bit of everything and prices are unbeatable. Customers brag “They have so many wonderful items, you can probably find anything you could possibly be looking for.”  Nacogdoches Antique Market is located on the southside of Hwy 59 between Lufkin and Nacogdoches. 

Remember to shop safe and respect each store’s guidelines on mask-wearing and social-distancing guidelines! Sale On The Trail should be a positive memory for all participants!

For more information and the Official Sale On The Trail map, go to visitnacogdoches.org/saletrail

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