Grand Strand’s Largest Open Air Flea Market
In 1975, my father, Jack Hudson, was ready to retire from the real-estate business, but wasn’t ready to settle in on the back porch. He wanted to stay busy, so he built an antique store out of an old log tobacco barn. This became the original Log Cabin Antique Store and “Flea Market” after we built four tables out back. He opened on Easter in 1975.
Millions of visitors come to the Grand Strand each year, and many of those visit Hudson’s Flea Market. They have a great mix of returning “permanent” vendors and new comers selling EVERYTHING: Antiques, Golf Supplies, Jewelry, Clothing, Cooking Utensils, Hand Made Goods, Tools and Trinkets and everything in between. If you’re looking for something unique, have something to sell, or just enjoy wandering a friendly environment with good food, this is the place. Visitors awarded them title of Best Flea Market on The Beach year after year in local publications. Hudson’s Surfside Flea Market is now operated by the third generation of Hudson’s. Next time you’re in the Myrtle Beach area and have some time, come by and visit.