Country Porch Antiques is located in NoHo (north Hopland) at 13201 S. Highway 101 and is run by three women: Patty, Sherri and Linda. A must visit bucket list vintage store, this is a surprising find in such a small town. Located in an old hardware store, their collection of always changing items is spread out over 5,000 square feet. One can spend an hour in this store – easily – browsing through a diverse collection of unique collectibles including books, dolls, furniture, lamps, pottery and paintings among many other one-of-a-kind pieces. And there are always the eclectic items here like the random plate with John F Kennedy’s mug on it, or the “Have a Dad’s Root Beer odd looking glass container or a colorful pinball machine looking like it belongs in the 1970’s. Bound to be something here for even the hardest person to please! Phone: (707) 744-1007.
Flea Market is located in front of the old Keg Salooz (flooed out many years ago and as of our last update remains closed). However we were told the flea market runs here most every day (on days ranging from a temperature of 19 degrees Fahrenheit to around 100 degrees), although this vendor admitted he’s not so keen to be here when the summer temps are 100+. Focuses on selling a range of cooking skillets, pots and other kitchen items. Also sells a number of more traditional roadside flea market items including animal antlers and old glass bottles. Stop by and say hi and catch a photo of the old wagon and gas pump in front of the Keg Salooz building.