Top Flea Markets in the Country

Daytona Flea Market in Florida is open weekly from Friday through Sunday, and offers over 800 vendors on a 30-acre complex. Shoppers will find everything from sunglasses to speedway memorabilia, to farm fresh produce. Daytona Flea Market also hosts a car show the first Saturday of every month.

Shipshewana Flea Market in Indiana is known as the largest flea market in the Midwest. Over 900 vendors sell new and used item here, and here’s a hot tip…the antiques and food kiosks will definitely not disappoint!

Springfield Antique Show and Flea Market in Ohio, less than an hour west of Columbus, is known for fine furniture and countless collectibles. Don’t forget to stop by Young’s Jersey Dairy for terrific homemade ice cream and shakes!

Brooklyn Flea in New York boasts over 100 vendors and a hipster vibe. Visit for one-of-a-kind items and inventive food.

Randolph Street Market in Chicago, Illinois draws professional pickers and deal seekers with its three-level s of vintage fashion, jewelry, art and more. During the warmer months, food stalls, beer and live music extend to outside.

Austin Country Flea Market in Austin, Texas is an indoor-outdoor market that encourages bargaining and trades. With free admission and $2 parking, this impressive shopping venue offers everything from cowboy boots to specialty Mexican ingredients, to fresh produce, to fried turkey legs and margaritas!

Treasure Mart in Ann Arbor, Michigan is a three-story shop with antiques, rare collectibles, vintage fabrics and appraisers available at $45 per hour.

Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, California is open the second Sunday of every month near the Rose Bowl Stadium, and is filled with vintage clothing, furniture and crafts. This flea market is especially loved by professional pickers because there is VIP admission from 5-8 am for $20.

Mower’s Saturday Flea Market in Woodstock, New York is a seasonal weekend gathering from May through November where the regions independent arts and crafts vendors showcase their goods on a two-acre field. Fresh fruits and vegetables are also available at farm stands on the property.

First Monday Trade Days in Canton, Texas is one hour east of Dallas and open seasonally from Thursday through Sunday, and offers 6000 vendors on hundreds of acres of indoor and outdoor space. The most common treasures found are antiques, clothing, crafts, jewelry, and corn dogs to die for.