On the creek banks of downtown Collinsville in 1902, a tradition began in this sleepy little town of only 1800 people. This tradition at that time was called Horse Swappers Day and was held every Saturday. Men would bring their horses and mules to trade and sell. Over the years wives started coming with their husbands to sell their handmade and home baked items. As this swap meet grew, it became too large for the downtown area and was relocated to its present day location in June 1955. The sale is called Collinsville Trade Day. The market now covers 65 acres with over 1000 vendors and over 30,000 shoppers attending every Saturday. Owners Charles and Kathy Cook invite you to come shop and make your Saturday a fun family day full of entertainment with bargains to take home. With over 20 food concessions and every conceivable type of merchandise, you are sure to leave happy.
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Rates: Covered Spaces $10.00 Open Spaces $7.00 Every Saturday Rain or Shine Phone 256.524.2536 Toll Free 1.888.524.2536 1016 South Valley Ave (hwy 11) Collinsville, AL 35961