|Address:||7007 E 88th Ave, Henderson, CO 80640, USA|
|Working:||Closed Closed Closed Closed 7AM–5PM 7AM–5PM 7AM–5PM|
As soon as we walked in we had a bad experience with a store called BG the store selling tazers, NFL stuff, and cigs. It is a corner store and they are so rude. They were rude with my wife and her sister. I dont even know how they are in business. The owner smelled like alcohol and was rude and others staff had a bad tone of voice saying how they have the best products in the united states and they have been in business for over 20 plus years. Then on the way back to our car that same store, the guy with a black ball cap black shades and short from that cig store i believe is the owner was yelling at a customer because she was trying to return a tazer that was faulty! Poor service on that company! Shame on them. We thought we were off to a bad start but had a good experience other than that. we bought tools, clothes, and had a good time. We went back home with a lot of fruits and vegetables. So I dont know how to rate this place but based on the cigarette store even a one star is too much. If the cig store has been there that long, Im sure management has got multiple complaints from that store.
A Private User
I recently visited this flea market. It had been almost 10 years since my last visit. I used to love this place. Now, its a bad and expensive junk yard. Even the full time vendors do not have the same great stuff they used to. I am a sucker for knock off coach bags and the like, but the bags here looked terrible and cost 3 times as much as they do in downtown Denver. Maybe I need to go more in the spring months to find some great items people no longer need. I even saw people selling stolen car stereos. Yea, they were absolutely stolen, you could tell be the poor state of the wires on them. Worse than that, there is a vendor who is selling a spray you apply to your license plate so that traffic cameras cannot take a clear picture of your license plate. This is illegal! Even old Nintendo systems still go for $50 here. The food there is more expensive than a nice lunch at Texas Road House. I NEVER plan to go back until some major changes happen. I will not support a place that sells stolen and illegal items. This is not the fun place I used to frequent in my younger years.
Remember this is a flea market not cherrycreek mall. I had a Great time just walking and searching through everything. More then I could go through in one day. Food was ok and a fair price. Lots of choices through the market. Most vendors are very nice and helpful. Found some nice garden stuff from an outside vendor for my yard. Bench, bird bath and stepping stones. "Cool" about half the vendors are outside and the other half are inside, like garage size units that vary in size. There is a bit of duplication, " Jeans, socks, shoes, bags. but again it is what it is. the fun is in the hunt. alot of knock off stuff but some real stuff with great prices. Beside the garden stuff I found a great inside vendor. Was a sports fan shop on the last row. I think N street. was one of the better looking stores and nice helpful people. picked up some lions stuff for my car and a Vikings purse ( Boooo ) for my wife there. But all in all a Great time. Will Be back.
As a new resident in the area, this place is great. Biggest Flea market Ive been to so far. Lives up to its name for sure. Lots of booths sell same or similar merchandise, lots of useful stuff to trinkets. We visited for the produce which is absolutely amazing. Lots of variety. Plenty of food you can choose from but prices are a little high, but what else do you expect from a flea market this size? Theres rides for kids, beer for adults, and plenty of stuff for everyone. $2 for Friday admission and $3 for Sat & Sun, per adult. They charge $4 for shopping cart rentals, so if you can, bring your own type of cart to carry your shopping goods- save $4. They do have wheelchair stuff for those who need that, at a charge. Dont know how much. Other than that, highly recommend this place.
Most vendors are selling stolen merchandise. I work in asset protection for a national retailer. If youre seeing large quanties of clothing that looks brand new with tags, that was most likely taken from a store. This is theft. The selling and buying of stolen goods is also illegal. This place should be shutdown. If you cant verify where your merchandise came from and provide proof of sale to have it sold, you deserve to be arrested. The ones I cant catch or see are usually taking large quantities of Levis and sports apparel and small items like makeup and cologne and then selling them here.
Who doesnt love Mile High Flea Market? What a cool place to go and just browse around at some cool stuff - and a bunch of junk. :) Grab a drink and a bit to eat and just stroll. I take my child out there with a couple bucks in his pocket and let him go find a couple toys he likes. 5-10 bucks and he usually has a new Tonka truck (or similar) and a Hot Wheels or two. Also, the kiddie rides are fun for a bit - adds a carnival atmosphere to the place. We usually spend a good 4-6 hours each time we visit. Have fun!
Julie C. Maestas
We love going to the flea market bcz its like a treasure hunt, you never know what your gonna find (from the people who go to sell personal items). Its also nice to be able to buy fruits & vegetables in bulk at lower prices than the grocery stores. You can take the whole family here for the day and I guarantee there is something for each member of your family to experience, from the carnival rides for the younger kids to finding new luggage, backpacks, purses or new shoes for everyone.
Great place if you want to tour around. Not an every day thing. Its humble and fun to come here. There is a lot of people from different backgrounds, culturally diverse. Great place to come and see great food. For all those people who have negative feedback, just dont come back and dont bother coming back its not for you and the place dont want you here either. there is hundreds of people who come here every weekend so we dont need you. Anyways great place very antique and humble.
Christi Bamfccoch Cochran
Theres nothing like spending the day with your best friend at a giant year-round yard sale. We always seem to find the best deals on all kinds of things. There is something for everybody at the flea... live music , amusement rides, theres a farmers market, beer stands, lots of food choices, cart rentals, and the fact that you can walk around all day and dig through other peoples stuff...meeting people from every walk of life buying stuff, selling stuff, the mile high way...
Lee Arnold Montoya
Tons of old tools being sold and I was half expecting to see my stolen ones being sold. Food stands where not opened and half the spaces where empty. Most sellers seemed to being selling the same stuff as the other. I think Craigs list and other online markets are putting this place out-of business. Time to re-tool Mile High Flea Market and come up with new ideas because I still like to get out and meet people face to face.