Previously located on Hwy 65 in Clinton next to Tractor Supply & Main Street
Backyard Antiques is Clinton’s oldest and largest consignment store with a huge variety of housewares, antiques & collectibles, decor, books, movies, music, and more. It’s a favorite local destination & popular stop for tourists and flea market enthusiasts, conveniently located on Highway 65 on the route between Branson & Little Rock.

Owners Kathy Northcutt & Jen Wolfe and the friendly staff invite you to drop by for a visit. Interested sellers can contact us about item consignment or monthly space rental. Open 7 days a week – shoppers are welcome to come & play in our backyard!

Monday-Saturday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Open Sundays! 12:00pm – 5:00pm

Some of our selection:

  • Over 100 booths!
  • Antiques & collectibles
  • New & used furniture
  • Home Decor
  • Tools & appliances
  • Electronics
  • Movies, music & books
  • Toys & games
  • Clothing & jewelry
  • Gifts & souvenirs
  • Handmade arts & crafts
  • We accept VISA & MASTERCARD

We currently rent over 100 booths of merchandise. All items are individually tagged & priced, and our constant traffic flow from both locals & tourists can give your sale items the best possible exposure, with minimal maintenance to you.

Inventory changes constantly and space is available for rent, so please contact us about monthly rates for your consignment. We’d be glad to help you get started!

Originally published in the Van Buren County Democrat, 2017

Backyard Antiques at its new location at the corner of Highway 65 and Highway 9 in Choctaw has the large selection of antiques and everyday items you have grown to expect, with a few new things that will enhance your shopping experience. With every move or change a business goes through, there is some uncertainty, but it is also a chance to make improvements and capitalize on the opportunities granted from such move. Backyard Antiques has been at their new location for the past couple of weeks and the move has allowed them space to start carrying new furniture, with a snack bar coming soon. With changes seeming to happen overnight one should stop in and see for themselves.

The seemingly sleepy little building at the junction of 65 & 9 that has sat vacant for the past decade and a half is now buzzing with activity. This 9,500 square foot building, originally know as the Watergate Building, has seen a lot in its days. From the best I can gather, this building started off as a museum built in 1975 run by Mrs. Britton. The building was laid out like a town with different interior rooms being made into different parts of town. The museum displayed local historical items to create recreations of a school house, bank, and general store with a number of others to complete this privately owned museum. After the museum closed, the building had a short run as a Mexican restaurant, but probably is best known as the 659 Steak House and Club. Though this historical building has seen a number of different signs hanging on the front, it has kept a lot of the characteristics of the original museum and one should stop in and see the history that remains.

Backyard Antiques is open Monday through Saturday 7:00am to 5:00pm and Sundays from 12:00pm – 5:00pm. With a knowledgeable staff, new stock daily, and booth vendors that are like family, one should take time to enjoy this shopping experience.

Jason Hayes

At the 4-way intersection in Choctaw

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4801 Junction Hwy 65 & Hwy 9 West
Choctaw, Arkansas 72028