PASCO, Wash.—Are you looking for something to do on your weekend. The Pasco Flea Market may be a good choice.
After parking became a big issue, the owners decided to expand. A new lot that holds 500 spaces is now available.
The market also has a whole row of 100 new vendors.
"It just continue to get bigger and bigger, and I don't think it's a whole bunch of new people. We have room available for them, and we're trying to expand as quickly as we're able to and make it more feasible for everybody," Julie Campos, Flea Market Employee.
Another change is in the past cars entered and exited on the same road. Now the exit is on the opposite side of the lot to help traffic flow.
Flea market workers say they see more shoppers on Sunday than on Saturday. They say the same vendors are open on both days and shopping on Saturday may save you the extra traffic.