Shupp’s Grove Antique Market

Shupp's Grove Antique Market has been a regular weekend feature in the state of Pennsylvania since 1962,  and this beautiful outdoor antiques & collectibles market is known as "the Picker's market, where real deals still happen."

Since 1962, Shupp’s Grove Antique Market has been a regular weekend feature in the state of Pennsylvania. It is becoming rarer and rarer to find antique markets like this that have been running for so many decades, and it speaks to the community spirit of the people of St Reinholds that the Shupp’s Grove Antique Market continues its success year after year. It is thanks to everyone involved that it is such a popular antique market; from the friendly and knowledgeable vendors to the excellent food stalls that pop up, making it a great weekend event for the whole family.

Shupp’s Grove Antique Market runs every weekend from spring through to autumn, with the addition of two “Extravaganzas” in June and September, and it takes pretty bad weather for the schedules to be altered. Hardened shoppers usually come prepared with waterproofs and umbrellas, as the weather can be a little unpredictable here! The location of this antique market is excellent – spacious and green so that the outdoors can be enjoyed in fine weather, and in an area of the town where antique shops have sprung up, so collectors have the best of both worlds and double the chance to find that one of a kind item for their collections.

The vendors at Shupp’s Grove Antique Market provide a lovely variety of items for shoppers. Many do specialize in antique and vintage goods, which means that the odds of finding rare and coveted antiques are higher, though prices can be a little steep. No wonder why this beautiful outdoor antique & collectibles market is known as “the Picker’s market, where real deals still happen”! However, prices do vary from stall to stall, so this is a market that is worth strolling through before deciding on your purchase.

The atmosphere at Shupp’s Grove Antique Market is always relaxed and friendly. This is in part because many of the vendors and shoppers have acquaintances stretching back many years! Therefore, these weekend markets provide the perfect excuse for a chat. Of course, if you want to keep the chat focused on the antiques, vendors will be more than happy to oblige you.

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2 reviews

  1. Great place for bargains and to meet people

    Great place for bargains and to meet people. Every time we are in the area we spend a few laid back hours at the Shupp’s Grove Antique Market, usually on Saturday. Even if you are not looking for something specific I guarantee you’ll find something you like. Plan a few hours of your day to get around to everything. The food court offers a tasty variety of foods including delicious breakfast and various coffees. The grounds are clean and well kept.

  2. Dishonest uncaring people

    Very untrustworthy owners and managers existed shops Grove. Several experiences that were totally unacceptable for anyone occurred here for me over the years. The first time was when I arrived a little bit late and they said they had a space. I asked why that space was still there when we were so late and she answered there’s nothing wrong with it. So my friend and I set up in the space and within minutes my feet were covered with sticky so it’s all dried up foliage that completely ruined a $100 pair of sandals they were covered and the stickiness kept everything attached so I walked over to the manager and said now I know why you still have the space. You have just been responsible for ruining my shoes and there’s no way I can set up there without disaster from the sticky and raked and cleaned off area. I won’t do any business! She actually said take it or leave it. And turned away. Number one not good, number two is actually a nightmare read on. A friend and I were regulars there for a while years ago. We were due to set up for that weekend, Came early set up and then took off to go to another market to look around. The next steps Grove so we decided to do the same and at the last minute I couldn’t go. My friend Wind. She set up when I have to green dragon to see what was out there and suddenly passed away on the spot. Shops Grove on his proceeded to steal her vehicle or Jewelry, her Antiques , her artwork, everything she owned.They even stole her van By hauling it to their property when they had no right. This friend was my roommate and had been living with me in New Jersey. She had written up a paper that said to contact me to take care of her and her business if anything happened if any emergency came about. That’s how they knew to call me but when I got there they refused to let me have her papers to find her children and to take care of her business that she was in capable of doing as she was in a coma in the hospital. I attended her at the hospital I was there when she died I sign the death certificate. I had her cremated eventually. I have all the documentation of what I am claiming. Shops Grove then proceeded to have an auction claiming it was to pay for her cremation , Burial. Obviously this has all been taken care of by me and they had the auction and Stole the profit. They said that they would give some people back money that they were told my friend had all of them. When I told them that they were in possession of an antique doll pram and a $300 debt due to me they ignored me totally. Would not answer me. Then I come to find out that there had been an elderly man who sold are there and the exact same thing happen. He died don’t know how they got rid of him they stole his art some of it was seen in their house and the rest was sold. These people are not good people. A lot of my friends have stopped setting up there because of this episode because A lot of them knew me and more of them knew my friend. We were lucky to rescue her dog, another friend stepped in there and grabbed it, we figured they would just throw it to the dump if we had not done so. I advised others to please report any experiences that you have had that show what kind of people these are. It’s not just my opinion it’s what I had to go through in it. That was very painful to me as I was very close to the woman who passed away.

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