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General Info
Traders Village opened in Grand Prairie, Texas in 1973. Millions of people have browsed, shopped and traded within the 160 acres filled with thousands of dealers offering a little bit of everything, all at bargain prices. Only at Traders Village can you stroll through literally thousands of shops, wheel and deal with the shop owners themselves and get the bargain of a lifetime. From paper clips to bulldozers, on any given weekend, you can find it at Traders Village

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (972) 647-8585

Phone: (972) 647-3666

Phone: (972) 647-8205

Fax: (972) 647-8585

Fax Number: (972) 647-8585

TollFree: (800) 225-5227

TollFree: (800) 872-2657

Payment method
amex, cash, check, debit, master card, visa, all major credit cards, discover
Traders Vlg

Traders Village Rv Park

Traders Village Flea Market

Trader’s Village Rv Park & Camp Ground

Traders Village

U.S. Bank ATM

U.s. Bank Atm - Traders Village

Financial Services, Banks, Loans, Commercial & Savings Banks
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Pets Allowed: No

Specialties: Special Occasions, Events, Attractions


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My family & mysellf recently stayed 6 days at Trader's Village RV Park. My husband went in to renew our stay & he got told,"We won't be able to do that do to the kiddo. We have a one week stay policy on children." These people are advertising "& PLAYGROUND" Just because they have one doesn't mean they want any children playing on it! So buyers with kids, BEWARE. -The Fisher's



Traders Village by the big Watertower

Big . You can spend all day there.

Most New merchandise. (If you like that kind of stuff)

Some areas have good Flea Market Antiques and Collectables and good junk but you have to hunt for it amoung the New Item Venders.

Charge you a couple bucks to get in and shop.

Travling beer wagons.

Many inside shops.

I like some of the markets in Ft Worth better for collectables.




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Traders Village - You Can Find Anything!

I Love Traders Village!
Perfect place to take your out of town guests, friends & family!

This is the best place in the world to hang out all day.
No make-up & fancy attire necessary. Traders Village is like the world's biggest swap meet.
You can literally buy anything; from jewelry & artwork to pet's & hubcaps...
Over the years I've personally bought carpet, scooters, earrings, sunglasses, purses, autoparts, business cards, magnetic signs, furniture, caps, tshirts - You Name It - They Sell It!
(Sometimes you gotta be ready to ""deal"".)

They're open on weekends - and it's a perfect place for the entire family.
Visit them online for more info.



same ole same ole

We made a special trip to go here, about 250 miles, it was the same store after store. Very disappointed.



Hah fun place!

I love going here. The concessions are good, and the place is huge. It's very cool to go and try to find a deal on something. This place is worth a look if you're into flea market shopping.