Admission is free however there is a charge for parking. Fridays and Saturdays are $2 -- and Sunday is $3. There is plenty of new and second hand goods here. You'll find anywhere from collectibles and antiques, books, clothes, paintings to music instruments, furniture and car parts. Food is also plentiful - fresh fruit and veggies, assortment of nuts, tacos, etc. My husband and I sipped on fresh coconut as we combed the lanes. Although the majority of vendors and customers are hispanic, we didn't have a problem communicating with anyone. We were, though, embarrassed by some of the "gringo" vendors who talked down to the hispanics when they wanted to haggle prices down. Part of the fun of fleamarkets and swapmeets (and yard sales) is negotiating prices.