Nebraska’s Junk Jaunt® is MUCH MORE than just a Garage Sale. It is 350 miles of great scenery, friendly people, good food and treasure’s galore! The Junk Jaunt® route is along on Hwy’s 11, 91 and 2 in Central Nebraska, with 33 participating towns and approx. 450 vendors in 2020. The takes you to the Nebraska Sandhills which provides excellent Fall scenery as well as many historical places to check out.
Nebraskans and many others will be running for the junk around Central Nebraska Friday through Sunday.
The 13th annual Junk Jaunt, which is like a large garage sale, is happening in 36 towns along the Loup River and Sandhills Journey Scenic Byways.
The event spans nearly 500 miles of garage sales, collectibles, antiques, vintage items and quirky finds.
A long-time supporter of the Junk Jaunt continues to reap benefits from the popular event.
If customers veered a few miles off the beaten path to location 26 in rural Buffalo County, they could find everything from an electric truck to a bin full of horse tack.
Joyce Sears has been part of the Junk Jaunt since it started 12 years ago. She says travelers from as far as Alaska came on Saturday.