With 11 participating communities and more than 150 miles of sales, Eastern Michigan's annual Antique Yard Sale Trail is a don't-miss event. The sale route runs from the Blue Water Area's M-29 to M-25, along the bank of the St. Clair River and the shores of Lake Huron and Saginaw Bay.
Antique Yard Sale Trail Route
- Sebewaing, Michigan to Algonac, Michigan
- Sale route runs along Lake Huron, Saginaw Bay, and the bank of the St. Clair River on Michigan highways 29 and 25 (M-29 and M-25)
- More than 150 miles of yard sales, antique tents, and community events
- Participating communities include Sebewaing, Port Austin, Port Hope, Harbor Beach, Forestville, Port Sanilac, Lexington, Port Huron, St. Clair, Marine City and Clay Township - Algonac.
Dates and Times
The Antique Yard Sale Trail is held annually during the second full weekend of August on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The yard sale hours are approximately 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., although individual sellers may set their own opening and closing times. Watch for signs leading the way to off-highway yard sales as you travel through cities and towns. In addition to yard sales, watch for local antique shops, eateries, and museums along the way!
A wide variety of merchandise is offered for sale along the 150+ mile route. Expect to see:
- Antiques of all types
- Used and vintage furniture
- Glass and porcelain collectibles
- Pewter and silver items
- Vintage clothing
- Jewelry and fashion accessories
- Coins and baseball cards
- Garden plants and pots
- Vintage housewares and home accessories