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The Rt. 208 Sale Trail Committee would like to invite everyone to participate in this massive event for the County of Spotsylvania!

Get together with your neighbors, co-workers, church members, or any other organization that you may be a member of, and host a sale of your choice! Whether that’s a multi-family yard sale, or even if you just have a few items to get rid of, the Rt. 208 Sale Trail is the perfect place to do it!

Remember, the money that you make from the sale is yours to keep!


Don’t live along the route but want to participate? Do you have extra space available for other participants?

No problem! Just visit the Find/Sell Spaces link on this website or our Facebook page www.facebook.com/208SaleTrail for a listing of persons who have spaces/tables available. Please contact them directly for information.

Helpful GPS Directions:

Starting from 4-Mile Fork Area (Intersection at Jefferson Davis Highway and Courthouse Road Spotsylvania) – 5099 Jefferson Davis Highway Fredericksburg, VA 22407

Starting from the middle of the 24 mile 208 Sale Trail, (Intersection at Morris Road and Courthouse Road) – 7741 Courthouse Road Spotsylvania, VA

Starting from Lake Anna area, 4634 Courthouse Road, Mineral VA 23117

Interested in selling food at the Rt. 208 Sale Trail?

Per County Code- Chapter 21- Taxation/ Article IX- Any restaurant, catering, deli, individual, mobile vendor, etc. selling food items that are ready for immediate consumption are required to collect 4% meals tax payable to Spotsylvania County and this in addition to sales tax payable to the State of Virginia.

If you are planning to sell food items at the Sale Trail, be sure to visit http://www.spotsylvania.va.us/cor/businesstax/meals to get the necessary registration forms. Please contact the Spotsylvania County Business Tax Division at (540) 507-7051 with any questions.

***Note: We are monitoring the Covid-19 state regulations and will adjust requirements accordingly to determine if the 208 Sale Trail should be postponed.

*For the health and safety of our community and the 208 Sale Trail participants we recommend that everyone follow the CDC guidelines to include:

  • Cloth face coverings highly recommended in public settings and when around people
  • Maintain at least 6′ physical distance between persons not living in the same household
  • Practice routine cleaning and disinfection of high contact areas and hard surfaces
  • Utilize best hygiene practices of hand washing and/or hand sanitizer often
  • If you’re sick, please stay home and plan to visit us next year