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What are some flea markets in New Jersey?

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Some flea markets in New Jersey include the Columbus Flea Market, the Grand Marketplace and the Berlin Farmer's Market. All three of these flea markets are found in the South Jersey area, although flea markets are found all over the state.

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What are some flea markets in New Jersey?
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The Columbus Flea Market is open every month of the year and is in operation every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, as of 2015. The flea market can be found at 2619 Route 206 South in Columbus. The Columbus Flea Market contains a wide variety of goods, ranging from vegetables to parts for vehicles.

The Grand Marketplace is an indoor flea market that is located on 4340 Route 130 North in Wilingboro. This flea market is made up of over 150 stores that sell a wide variety of goods, such as clothing, fresh produce, Amish food, vintage toys and jewelry. The Grand Marketplace is open between Thursday and Sunday over the whole year.

The Berlin Farmer's Market is considered to be the oldest farmer's market in New Jersey. The market was opened by the Gibberson family in 1940. As of 2015, the family still owns and operates the market. The Berlin Farmer's Market is made up of over 85 stores spread over 150,000 square feet.

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