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The Mesa Market Place Swap Meet features 1,600 booths under one roof. The market is open year-round on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. The Mesa Market Place features free admission and free parking.

The Swap Meet features six snack bars and a sit down restaurant offering a variety of hot and cold American foods.

They are located in the beautiful desert area of Mesa, Arizona right beneath the Superstition Mountains. The 55-acre facility is the largest open air market under one roof in Arizona.

Location: 10550 East Baseline, Mesa Arizona 85212 Telephone 480-380-7467 Fax 480-380-5578

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