West Virginia’s Largest Yard Sale to return in August

BUCKHANNON — West Virginia’s largest Yard Sale is back! On August 6th and 7th, happy bargain hunters will return to the Buckhannon and Weston areas in search of the best yard sale deals.

The Yard Sale Weekend has become a HUGE annual event – folks confirm the event dates in January to make their travel plans. Visitors know they’ll find hundreds of Yard Sales scattered throughout two counties in the center of West Virginia.

Please join us in welcoming visitors as they travel and discover our small town’s charm.

Not only are folks stopping by the Yard Sales, but they are exploring all that Buckhannon and Weston have to offer. They get to see the historic buildings, drive some country roads, discover amazing food at local restaurants and enjoy a weekend with their friends and family!

Yard Sales may register FREE of charge and be submitted using an online form! Once submitted, Yard Sales will be placed on an interactive Google Map. Printed Maps will still be available in partnership with The Record Delta. The deadline to register is set for Friday, July 30th. To access the online form, please visit www.VisitBuckhannon.org/yardsale.

For more information please call 304-473-1400 or email info@visitbuckhannon.com.

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