Children’s Orchard is a Totally New Kind of Kid’s Resale Store!
Children’s Orchard in Santa Clarita, California is a great concept for kids – and parents. The kid’s resale market is especially important because it addresses an entirely different need: It isn’t just a choice to change sizes, it’s a MUST! Children outgrow their clothing very quickly, so Children’s Orchard allows parents to bring in “gently-used” clothing to sell that their children have outgrown, and purchase like-new clothing at a much lower cost in their child’s current size.
At Children’s Orchard, we buy and sell “gently-used” children’s apparel, shoes, toys, and equipment. Since kids outgrow their clothing so fast, it’s a struggle for parents to keep their kids in quality clothing without spending a fortune on it. Something your kids loved that fit them perfectly a month ago might not fit them at all now. Why not be able to dress your kids in clothes they love without breaking the bank – and also have the opportunity to bring in their barely worn clothing to get cash or credit towards something that is “gently-used” for them?
Because parents want their kids to be able to dress in a practical but fun way, Children’s Orchard in Santa Clarita, California makes it much easier to buy them like-new clothes while still being able to put food on the table. We help you meet your kid’s everyday lifestyle changes by growing and adapting their wardrobe in the most cost-effective way possible… RESALE. And at prices up to 70% off of retail, the savings are huge.
7 days a week: 10AM–6PM
Walk-ins welcome everyday!
No appointment necessary.
Santa Clarita Location
Most wanted items:
EQUIPMENT & MORE
- PACK N PLAYS
- CHANGING TABLES
Children's Orchard Santa Clarita
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I personally LOVE this store. My one year old daughter has some pretty awesome clothes that look brand new from brands theres no way id pay the prices for . She has them cause this store carries a variety of those brands for super cheap ❤👗👙👟👒👕
– Sloane Berger
Nice to see a store like this. Bring in new or good quality clothing to provide at a low cost to others. Young children go through clothes so quickly they sometimes wear pants or shirts once and outgrow them. This very inexpensive store is what working families need to survive.
– Mark Rothenberg
Good quality second hand clothes. When my family was going out to the snow we were able to find snow gear for my one year old and three year old that was brand new. I like that you can find items that are hard to find for a good price.
– Janine Harris