31W Treasure Hunt / Yard Sale: Historic 31 W started as a buffalo trail before becoming Kentucky's first paved highway. Today, it's the home of the 31W Treasure Hunt / Yard Sale. The annual yard sale event spans approximately 150 miles of the historic highway, from Louisville, Kentucky to Nashville, Tennessee.
Benton County Bargain Highway in West Tennessee: Each Labor Day weekend, shoppers pour over yard sale offerings at the Benton County Bargain Highway. Started in 1998, the annual event spans 30 miles of Tennessee's Benton County. The Benton County Bargain Highway typically has 150 to 200 participating yard sales.
Highway 70 Yard Sale in Tennessee - Memphis to Nashville: Shop 200 miles of yard sales each June at the Highway 70 Yard Sale in Tennessee. The sale starts in Memphis, goes through Jackson, and ends in Nashville.
Highway 127 Corridor Sale - The World's Longest Yard Sale: The Highway 127 Corridor Sale is also known as the World's Longest Yard Sale. Started in 1987 to promote back-road attractions in Kentucky and Tennessee, the sale now spans six states and 675 miles. It starts on the first Thursday of each August.
Hwy 411 Yard Sale - Leeds, Alabama to Knoxville, Tennessee: Hunt for yard sale finds and enjoy gorgeous fall foliage at the Hwy 411 Yard Sale. You'll travel from Alabama into the scenic Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Held annually at the end of September to the beginning of October, the Hwy 411 Yard Sale spans three states and more than 250 miles.
Roller Coaster Yard Sale - Kentucky and Tennessee: Enjoy a long weekend driving the 150-mile twisting path of the Roller Coaster Yard Sale. The annual event takes place each fall during the end of September to the beginning of October. In addition to finding plenty of bargains, you'll get to enjoy the scenery of the Highland Rim and Cumberland Mountains.
U.S. 11 Antique Alley & Yard Sale: Explore Appalachia while you hunt for treasure at the U.S. 11 Antique Alley & Yard Sale. Started in 1997, the annual highway yard sale happens each May. It runs along more than 500 miles of U.S. Highway 11. Participating states include Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Virginia.