Leighty's Flea Market, named for owner Don Leighty, is a long-running flea nestled just off Highway I-99 in Newry, Pennsylvania. Leighty's is one of the areas best known landmarks for one-hundred years. Founded by Lloyd and Harv Leighty (League-tee or Lee-tee) around 1909, the large complex has much to offer in the way of diversity. Along with produce, the store also sports a gigantic Flower World from April through July, Halloween decorations in autumn, and a variety of other grocery and non-food items. Candy World offers tons of bulk candy that will satisfy in any season. Adding to the uniqueness, the store also features several leased departments including Mark’s Computers, Leighty’s Flooring by Knisley, and Snyder Photography. Across the street is Leighty's Boot Warehouse, a shop filled with plenty of clothing, footwear, and other supplies for outdoorsmen. Outside, on Sundays, visit the hundreds of vendors at Leighty's 29 Acre Flea Market, filled with a variety of goods throughout much of the year. If you want to practice your golf swing, visit Golf World by Knisely. So if you want a great way to spend an afternoon plan on coming back to the farm and let us be your host.