No hate on antique stores, but when we think of them, we usually think very cluttered, unorganized spaces, and weirdly enough, lots of toys. Maybe "collectibles" is a better word, but you get the point. A lot of antique stores are needle-in-a-haystack experiences where you have to dig to find a gem. That can be fun, but not all the time, and it's certainly not the case at Camelback Antiques. Here, you're first greeted by a friendly elderly person, and then you're left alone to wander the aisles. The antique store is organized and easy to walk through, and treasures are hidden in plain sight. You're able to get a big mirror for $20 that has the cashier asking you how on earth you scored that deal. Hey, they priced it, not you. There's never any pressure to buy anything, but there's plenty of fairly priced stuff to be tempted by. Don't forget to check out the back room.