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How do I participate?
If you want to participate in the 127 Yard Sale, The World's Longest Yard Sale, all you have to do is plan your trip and visit the route during this year's 127 Yard Sale dates—and be ready to shop! Be sure to check out the information below and join the community.
Sign Up First
First things first, if you haven't already, make sure you sign up. Signing up will allow you to post on the forums and ask questions, contact rental space and lodging providers, and you'll also be added to our email list so you get the latest news and information about the 127 Yard Sale.
Find lodging by browsing through our lodging listings. You can choose the state and/or regions you'll be visiting by making selections in the "Filter Results" section at the top of the page. Choose between the following categories: Hotels & Motels, Bed & Breakfast, and RV Parks & Campgrounds. Get started now!
See the interactive 127 Yard Sale route map which shows the entire 690 mile route through all 6 states. You can zoom in and out to see any part of the route. You can also view and print turn-by-turn directions through Georgia and Alabama where the route follows the Lookout Mountain Parkway which is a little tricky.
Don't leave home without these printable route maps for each state along the 127 Yard Sale route. They show the Major Vendor Stops along the route.
Not sure what to bring on your 127 Yard Sale trip? Learn from the experience of a 12 year, veteran yardsaler. Check out the Yardsalers Packing Checklist. You can save it or print it too.
Browse a list of locations with a minimum of 25 vendors each. You don't want to miss these locations along the route! Take a look at the Major Vendor stops page >
Check out the official 127 Yard Sale store and browse all the t-shirts, tanktops, hats, mugs, and more.
Head over to our forums and join a discussion or start one. Ask a question, or better yet, if you're a veteran yardsaler help out a newbie.