Deer Park’s Thrift Shops

Deer Park thrift and consignment stores have reopened!  As dedicated thrift shoppers returned to explore the latest treasures, newly cost conscious shoppers have begun to discover the incredible savings which can be found in these locations.   

A stroll through any thrift store is bound to bring back an old memory or remind you of something you need.  Downtown Deer Park is fortunate to have five thrift and consignment stores, all conveniently located within walking distance to each other.  

 In alphabetical order, these stores are: 

  • Deer Park Second Hand
  • Fantastic Finds
  • Lost Treasures 
  • Main Street Market 
  • Trouvaille

Each has its own character, blend of inventory, sales racks, special offerings, and payment options. They are all one-of-a-kind!

Stocks change frequently, so if you find something you like, it would be best to buy it at that time.  All stores have a Facebook address where ample pictures of their wares can be found under the “Photos” tab.  It is also worth mentioning all the stores welcome donations of gently used items.  However, before driving into town for a drop off, give them a call to see what they can accept.  Now that the weather has warmed and the days are long, it is a perfect time to spend a day visiting our locally owned and operated, brick and mortar thrift stores.  

3 and 5 East First Street
Deer Park, WA  99006
Hours: Monday – Occasionally Open
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday – Closed
Payment Options: Cash, major credit cards, and local checks are all accepted. 

Deer Park Second Hand moved into the iconic Susan’s Second Hand location in September 2018.  Since then, new owner Kenneth A. has been customizing the store with items he has collected from over 20 years in the resale business.  Taking up two units of the First Street Plaza strip mall, the store is filled to the rim with previously consigned goods as well as his own new additions.  

Upon first walking in, display cabinets showcase a range of items from arrowheads, coins, and jewelry to knives, plates, and watches.  Floor to ceiling shelves line a wall of glassware, kitchen ware and appliances, games, books, and curiosities.  There is a hardware section in the back that has a selection of old automotive manuals.  On the other side, an entire room is devoted to clothes for all shapes, sizes, and genders.  Bins on the floor overflow with more clothes.  Above all this is a long shelf lined with boots, and a shoe rack on the floor holding a variety of footwear.  Mixed throughout are dressers, tables, and home furnishings. The variety is large and too long to list.

 Although the store once offered consignment, this was ended last March.  Don’t be too surprised if the owner offers you an on-the-spot discount, as he is known to do this depending on the merchandise and overall purchase.

33 North Main Street
Deer Park, WA  99006
E-mail: [email protected]
Hours*: Monday – Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday – Closed
*Hours may vary
Payment Options: Cash and local checks are the only forms of payment accepted.  

Fantastic Finds is the newest thrift store in town, and opened along with Deer Park’s first photography studio!  Situated on the corner of Main Street and First Street, owners Bill and Sandy sell fine family heirlooms, hard to find vintage toys, homemade crafts, and offer photographic services.

Fantastic Finds makes customized T-shirts, hand-painted, wood carved “Family Tree Growth Charts”, and home-made face masks.  A section devoted to “Mom’s Fabrics” has a seemingly endless supply of vintage cottons, satins, fleece and other textiles.  Their family collections of Depression glassware and selected antiques are distinct, as are the discontinued, rare toys and collectibles whose prices are intentionally kept below those at eBay.  But hard to find items aren’t the only thing they sell; they also have current children’s toys and books.  Their annual spring plant sale has just completed and will be followed up with a produce sale in fall.  If you are planning on having professional pictures taken, pricing for both on-site and in –studio photography sessions are currently being offered at incredibly low prices.

Don’t forget to enter their monthly drawings, where every $10 purchase gives you a chance to win a mini photo session or $25 in store credit.

11 East First Street
Deer Park, WA  99006
Hours*: Monday – Saturday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Sunday – Closed
*Hours may vary
Payment Options: Cash is the only form of payment accepted. 

Lost Treasures just celebrated its tenth year anniversary in Deer Park on June 1, 2020.  With colorful balloons guiding you to the entrance, owner Denise Johnson has filled her store with more than a few collections.

Her enjoyment of costume jewelry is reflected in a large stock of costume and vintage necklaces, rings, bracelets, and earrings.  There is an entire shelf of antique oil lanterns, another one filled with clocks, and a third shelf carrying an assortment of cow bells.  The kitchen corner offers an abundance of Pyrex and cast iron cookware from which to choose.  The store does not carry an inventory of clothes, but does offer some boots and winter wear.  Along with the above, tools, DVD/ VCR tapes, wood carvings, brass items, and all types of figurines can be found.  There are several antique chandeliers hanging above, and an antique RCA gramophone that works.

 Occasionally, the store offers  “Tax-Free Days” to its shoppers.  If you are planning a garage sale, give Denise Johnson a call (509-590-6657) as she actively buys private collections for inventory.

31 North Main Street
Deer Park, WA  99006
E-mail: [email protected]
Hours: Monday – Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday – Closed
Payment Options: Cash and local checks are the only forms of payment accepted.

Main Street Market is a 501(c) (3) non-profit thrift store that supports the Renner Education & Art Development Center and its programs in Deer Park.  Operated completely by volunteers, May marked the one year anniversary for the “upscale resale” retailer at 31 Main Street.

The store offers an assortment of gently used men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing, accessories, and shoes, including a large number of sneakers.  Rather unique to the store is its selection of new and slightly used candles found in a cabinet at the front of the store.  Figurines, glassware, kitchen items, as well as some antiques and furniture are also for sale.  In the back of the store is a play area for children, and a reading room with walls of books, CDs, DVDs, and VCR tapes available for purchase.

Every Tuesday is Senior Day, where those over the age of 55 receive 20% off their purchase.   The R.E.A.D Center has a quarterly newsletter you can sign up to receive at [email protected].  Being a non-profit organization, donations made are tax-deductible.

116 East Crawford Street
Deer Park, WA  99006
E-mail: [email protected]
Hours: Monday – by appointment
Tuesday and Wednesday – 10:00 am – 11:00 am – At Risk Only
Tuesday – Saturday 11:00 am – 6:30 pm
Sunday – Closed
Payment Options: Trouvaille accepts cash, all major credit cards, PayPal and Google Pay.  

Trouvaille opened its doors in October 2018, the dream of two ladies who wanted to provide essential goods to our community at affordable prices.  They believed, as many of us were taught, “waste not, want not”.  When one partner withdrew in order to better care for her children, Terrie Cryfynduw prayed for guidance and carried on.  Trouvaille grew and evolved, expanding in December 2019 to two store fronts, 116 and 120 East Crawford Street.  During the stay at home period, two of her daughters joined her as partners.  The store is now owned and operated jointly by Cryfynduw, Megan Robinson-Janke, and Amanda Robinson.  As a single parent forced into early retirement by health issues, Cryfynduw is very aware of the importance of low prices to both young families starting out, and older people adjusting to reduced income.  The primary purpose of Trouvaille is to “get things people have into the hands of people who need them” through consignment and donation.

Trouvaille sells vintage and contemporary clothes, shoes, jewelry, and accessories for men, women, and children, as well as kitchen wares, toys, books, personal supplies, glassware, antiques, and vintage items.  It is the only thrift store in downtown to have an entire room dedicated to furniture.  Upon arrival at the store, there is inventory on the side walk, a “Freebies” bin by the door, and coffee for the taking.  Owner Terrie Cryfynduw said she is “willing to work with anyone in need.” If an item is not available, customers can make a request by adding it onto the “Wish List” at their Facebook page: ( and the owners will keep an eye out for items requested.  They love being the connection between people who have things with the people who want them.  A continuous clearance rack is maintained in the middle of the store.

First responders, health care workers, and military always receive a 10% discount with ID.  Seniors over 60 enjoy 10% off every Tuesday, and new email subscribers who join the “Friends of Trouvaille” newsletter at [email protected] get 10% off their first purchase, and special bargains via email thereafter.  There are special discounts each day of the week.

The owners have more plans to expand their outreach.  Working with the Washington State Employment Security Department, they have initiated a Project Based Pay program to provide jobs for challenged workers with their first hire in June.  A new website called is currently in the works that will bring the store fully online.

The store offers consignment opportunities, and accepts donations of gently used items.  They will continue to offer curbside service, delivery free for the first ten miles, and appointments for individual shopping.  For more information, feel free to get in touch with them through a visit, or the contact information shown above.

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