Heritage Market On The Trail August 14th 2021


Join Heritage Vintage Market for one of the biggest shows of the year!

This market will be located at the East China Twp. Park, right on the main trek of the Annual M29-M25 Antiques Yard Sale Trail. This is the show to beat all shows, over 250,000 or more people attend the yard sale trail every year, yes you just read that right 200,000 over a 300 mile yard sale trail.


Heritage Vintage Market On The Trail, is an upscale vintage-inspired OUTDOOR market featuring original art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, handmade treasures, home décor, outdoor furnishings, consumable yummies, food trucks and much much more. The Heritage Vintage Market On The Trail is a one day event on August 14th gates will open from 10am-7pm, where our vendors will provide unique items, all in one location. For the best vintage shopping experience. Plan to join us and enjoy over 150 unique and talented vendors.


Would you like to co-sponsor an event with Heritage Vintage Market, please send us a message and we will work out the details. Let us help you put your business in front of all of our customers. Sponsoring starts at only 100.00



Heritage Vintage Market August 14th 2021


Location: 701 Recor Rd, East China, MI 48054


Venue: This is an outdoor only Venue please plan accordingly

this event will be in operation during the Annual Antiques and Yard Sale Trail that is running August 13th-15th our market will only run August 14th

We will be open to the Public from 10am – 7pm (all vendor must be setup and ready to sell by 9:30 am



Space and Pricing

10x10 100.00

10x20 150.00

All Food Trucks 100.00

Please fill out the contact application and pay the fee for the space that you require (the payment page will open after you submit the application "you do not have to wait for approval")

The contract is located under terms and conditions We thank you for your interest in joining Heritage Vintage Market, we look forward to doing business with you.


Along Beautiful Lake Huron

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

August 13-15, 2021

  • 150+ miles of antiques, yard sales, and much more to explore!

  • From New Baltimore and Algonac in the south to Sebewaing in the north, M-25 / M-29 follows the majestic banks of the St. Clair River, then continues along the shoreline of beautiful Lake Huron and Saginaw Bay.

  • Many communities along the route offer unique shops, "antiquing", museums full of local history, and small diners for convenience and comfort.



  • New Baltimore


  • Welcome! We are the home of the Bay Rama Fish Fly Festival. Begin or end "The Trail" here on the northern coastline of Lake St. Clair. Our beautiful town sits on the waterfront offering a public park, beach and downtown shopping district. A Farmers Market takes place on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., located next to the Recreation Center, 50976 Washington St.


  • Clay Township - Algonac


  • Unique shops and dining, 1700 LF boardwalk, and lots of yard sales! Algonac State Park with camping, boat launch, archery and trap ranges. Clay Algonac Historical Museum at 1240 St. Clair River Drive with early 1800’s log cabin and artifacts.


  • Marine City


  • TAKE ME TO THE RIVER! EXPERIENCE a live performance at our two theatres, EXPLORE the galleries and 22 foot Titanic model at our museum, RIDE the ferry boat (by foot, bike, or car) to Canada and back, DINE at our great restaurants, WIGGLE your toes in the sand at our beach, SHOP for antiques, art, gifts, clothing and specialty candles. Make sure you visit Back Porch Antiques, 550 Broadway (M-29), open 7 days, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. MARINE CITY - where "Norman Rockwell meets Kid Rock!" (Metro Times). .


  • St. Clair


  • Quaint and serene village-like atmosphere located on the banks of the St. Clair River. Take a stroll along the longest fresh water boardwalk in the world, or find "Treasures on the Trail" at St. Clair's Riverview Plaza. The Plaza offers many restaurants, unique boutiques, antiques, consignment shop, brewery, and so much more.


  • Lexington


  • Quaint shopping, dining, lodging, festivals, music in the park and winery. Come walk our beautiful harbor. Visit our website for more information www.lexingtonmichigan.org.


  • Forestville


  • Visit our HUGE YARD & ANTIQUE SALE on the front Iawn of FARMHOUSE ANTIQUES at 7914 Lake St., off Cass River Rd. and M-25, behind St. John’s Church Look for the big tent! Loads of goodies!


  • Harbor Beach


  • Welcome to Harbor Beach! Stop at the Visitor's Center, the birthplace of Governor Frank Murphy, 146 S. Huron Ave., for a copy of our 2016 Visitor's Guide and Event Calendar. Tours of the Murphy Museum, Grice Museum and the Harbor Beach Lighthouse are available. Enjoy our North Park Campground, Harbor Beach Marina, Bike Path and the Judge James H. Lincoln Memorial Park at the foot of the Trescott Street Pier. 


  • Port Hope


  • Port Hope “The Little Town with the Big Welcome” - charming community, unique shops, ABC Days (antiques, bean soup & crafts)