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Treasure Hunting Near Arcadia

December 16, 2016

By Mary West

Posted in: Big Tree

Several flea markets are a drivable distance from Big Tree RV Resort. They might be good places to pick up some last-minute Christmas gifts. In any case, such enterprises are fun for treasure hunting.

Fleamasters Fleamarket

A large indoor flea market in Fort Myers, Fleamasters is a destination where you could spend hours. They carry antiques, jewelry, fresh produce and much more. When you’re ready to eat, you can choose from 20 food stands with diverse fare, offering everything from Mexican cuisine to burgers to dishes from the state of Maine. They are open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The address is 4135 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

Ortiz Avenue Flea Market

Another shopping spot in Fort Myers, the Ortiz Avenue Flea Market is interesting because much of the merchandise and food is Hispanic. It is open from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The location is 1501 Ortiz Avenue.

Circus City Architectural Salvage

Circus City Architectural Salvage is an eclectic blend of home décor, circus paraphernalia and antiques. Their items from yesteryear include an assortment of signs, music, doors and collectibles. The friendly owner will be happy to relate the stories that are behind much of the merchandise. They are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday through Saturday. The location is 1001 Central Avenue in Sarasota.

Big Tree RV Resort

Come to our RV park near Zolfo Springs, Florida. On December 25, the hall will be filled with 200 of our favorite people to share a wonderful dinner. We will also ring in 2017 together with a New Year’s Eve party and dance on December 31. For information, call at 863-263-3375 or send an email to bigtree@suncommunities.com. Our address is 2626 NE Highway 70 in Arcadia. Please see our special offers.

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