10+ Flea Markets in Ohio – Best Locations to Find Unique Treasures

10+ Flea Markets in Ohio – Best Locations to Find Unique Treasures

Whether you are searching for a vintage item or hoping to find the perfect piece of furniture to complete a room, we have you covered! We have compiled a list of the best flea markets in Ohio. With indoor and outdoor venues, unique dining options, and a vast array of items, there is a treasure for everyone waiting to be found.

Flea Markets in Ohio

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Hartville Flea Market

Hartville MarketPlace & Flea Market
Photo provided courtesy of Lake Township Chamber of Commerce (Sam Tornow)

The Hartville Marketplace & Flea Market has been doing business since 1939. The original flea market has since moved from its first location; it has now grown into a 3-acre indoor and 12-acre outdoor setting. It is a one-stop shop for the entire family.

Additional details:

  • Special events run throughout the season with additional vendors
  • Indoor shops are open year-round
  • Dining available in the food court
  • Wheelchairs and shopping carts are also available first-come, first-served

Hartville Flea Market 1289 Edison St. NW, Hartville, OH 44632Website

Traders World

Traders World opened in 1984. Founded by Jay and Helen Frick, both Ohio natives, the market has a rich history. With 11 acres of shopping, there are a variety of treasures to be found.

Additional details:

  • A series of events throughout the season bring in additional activities and vendors
  • 3 ATMs and food concessions located throughout
  • Paved and handicapped parking
  • Year-round indoor building climate control

Traders World 601 Union Rd., Lebanon, OH 45036Website

Rogers Flea Market

Rogers Flea Market Ohio
Photo provided courtesy of Rogers Flea Market

Rogers Flea Market continues to go by the solid principle of “Bringing Buyers and Sellers Together” since 1955. It boasts a “refreshing dip into Americana” for visitors. The 5 miles of vendor space lead guests on a charming outdoor trail.

Additional details:

  • Open every Friday, year-round, and the first Saturday of the month, April-October
  • 5 miles of market space, indoors and out
  • More than 1,600+ vendors
  • Auctions are available on-site or online

Rogers Flea Market 45625 Old State Rd. 154, Rogers, OH 44455Website

Caesar Creek Flea Market

Enjoy flea market shopping at both indoor and outdoor vendors. Check out the website for current deals before you go. Also, you can visit Caesar Creek’s sister market, Treasure Aisles Flea Market.

Additional details:

  • Events Calendar available
  • 100+ indoor and outdoor vendors + certified Farmers Market
  • Live indoor and outdoor entertainment
  • Concessions and featured items available

Caesar Creek Flea Market 7763 W. State Route 73, Wilmington, OH 45177Website

Four Seasons Flea & Farm Market

The Four Seasons Flea and Farm Market is an indoor and outdoor market. The market says that it is like “going to 600 garage sales at once.” It is open year-round, rain or shine.

Additional details:

  • 88,000 square feet of indoor space and 22 acres of blacktop
  • Room for 600 vendors
  • Largest fresh farm market in the area
  • No admission and free parking

Four Seasons Flea & Farm Market 3000 McCartney Rd., Youngstown, OH 44505Website

Jamie’s Flea Market

Jamie’s Flea Market is a family business and has been around for more than 40 years. Once the business in the original building began to flourish, more rooms were added. The family atmosphere allows guests to feel like they’re visiting “an estate sale and dozens of garage sales in one trip!”

Additional details:

  • 2 buildings with more than 200 vendors
  • Up to 400 outdoor vendors
  • Food concessions
  • Traditional flea market, family-friendly atmosphere

Jamie’s Flea Market 46388 Telegraph Rd. (Rte. 113), South Amherst, OH 44001Website

Lucasville Trade Days

Lucasville Trade Days are held at the Scioto County Fairgrounds (find 2023 show dates here). Come out to find just about anything you are looking for! Camping and hotels are available nearby.

Additional details:

  • A large variety of vendors on-site
  • Indoor and outdoor shopping
  • Free parking (limited to fairground capacity)
  • Food concessions located throughout

Lucasville Trade Days Scioto County Fairgrounds, 1193 Fairground Rd., Lucasville, OH 45648Website

Delaware Flea Market

Delaware Flea Market describes itself as “like having 100 yard sales all in the same place.” With bargains at every corner, there’s bound to be a treasure found. It’s a fun trip for the entire family.

Additional details:

  • A large variety of vendors
  • Food concessions available
  • Indoor and outdoor flea market (check webpage for details)
  • Small fee for buyers

Delaware Flea Market Delaware County Fairgrounds, 236 Pennsylvania Ave., Delaware, OH 43015Website

The City Flea

The City Flea Market

The City Flea is a curated urban flea market in Cincinnati. Started in 2011, the City Flea has become a small business incubator, introducing businesses to the local community. It is a great way to keep your dollars local while engaging in your neighborhood.

Additional details:

  • Vendors range from: “vintage dealers to artisan pizza makers to plant studios”
  • Takes place once a month in Washington Park
  • Has hosted more than 300 vendors
  • Includes a Kid’s Market featuring young entrepreneurs

The City Flea 1230 Elm St., Cincinnati, OH 45202Website

Tiffin Flea Market

The Tiffin Flea Market, sponsored by the Seneca Junior Fair Foundation, will begin its 44th year of operation at the Seneca County Fairgrounds. The Tiffin Flea market was established in 1978 and has gained awesome recognition and a reputation for being the largest show in Northwest Ohio.

Additional details:

  • Rain or shine
  • Food available on-site
  • Free admission and parking
  • Inside and outside vendors

Tiffin Flea Market 100 Hopewell Ave., Tiffin, OH 44883Website

Springfield Flea Market

The Springfield Flea Market has been active for more than 40 years. The Clark County Fairgrounds hosts the market 9 times throughout the year. The Springfield Flea Market boasts that it is one of the top ten flea markets in the United States.

Additional details:

  • Vintage, antiques, and art
  • More than 2,000 vendors
  • Food vendors located throughout
  • Check out the website for press accolades

Springfield Flea Market Clark County Fairgrounds, 4401 S. Charleston Pike, Springfield, OH 45502Website

Treasure Aisles Flea Market

The Treasure Aisles Flea Market is open every Saturday and Sunday rain or shine. It is just a short drive from its sister market, Caesar Creek Flea Market. Check out the website for additional deals and specials.

Additional details:

  • Climate-controlled aisles
  • More than 500 vendor spaces
  • Indoor and outdoor shopping
  • Food concessions located on-site
  • Enjoy live music on indoor and outdoor stages
  • Special events held year-round, including Easter, Santa, and Halloween

Treasure Aisles Flea Market 320 N. Garver Rd., Monroe, OH 45050Website

Peninsula Flea at Heritage Farms

Come Flea at the Farm! Peninsula Flea at Heritage Farms is an upscale flea market featuring handmade, repurposed, and vintage high-quality items from dedicated artists, craftspeople, and collectors.

Additional details:

  • Located on the spacious grounds of a 175-year-old, 5th generation family-owned farm
  • 50-70 vendors
  • Outdoor shopping, June-September
  • Food trucks on-site (vary each month)
  • Free parking; more than 100 convenient parking spaces in two parking areas next to the Flea market
  • Extra market the last weekend of June and July

Peninsula Flea at Heritage Farms 6050 Riverview Rd., Peninsula, OH 44264Website

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Tips for Going to a Flea Market

Plan now which flea markets you’d like to visit – Use our list to choose the flea markets that interest you the most. Be sure to confirm the days and times the market is open then block the date in your calendar now. That way you won’t forget and miss it on the date you want to go.

Be prepared to walk and stand – Typically there is limited seating, so bringing a stroller or wagon for little ones is probably best.

Protect your kids (and yourself!) from the sun – Many of the markets are outdoors with limited shade, so be sure to load up with sunscreen or wear a hat to keep the sun off your face.

Pack your own snacks – Pack plenty of water and bring along some food to snack on while you hunt for treasures. If you’d prefer to purchase your food, check to see if there will be food available to purchase onsite before you go.

Arrive early (if possible) – Shopping early helps you find the newest treasures before they’re gone. It’s also a great way to take advantage of the cooler morning temperatures and beat the summer heat.

Set realistic expectations with your kids – Let them know that they will have to wait patiently. Some of the flea markets are very popular and draw large crowds during the busy hours of the day. Be prepared by bringing a bag of activities like coloring, reading, or puzzle books to keep them occupied.

Prepare for the weather (and recent weather) – Depending on the time you choose to go, consider wearing layers so everyone is comfortable even in the cooler morning or evening hours. You’ll also want to wear shoes or boots that you don’t mind getting dirty, as some of the markets have temporary booths set up on grass that may be wet or muddy. You may even want to bring an extra pair of clean socks and shoes for the drive home.

Bring your camera – Sometimes you’ll find an item or special booth that you’ll want to remember. Take a picture of the booth location or the item you’re considering, so you know where to find it if you want to go back.

Be sure to bring plenty of cash money – Prepare for treasure hunting and/or buy tasty snacks by bringing plenty of cash money in case they don’t accept credit cards.

Check the forecast before you go – Many of the outdoor markets are weather dependent. Always check the market’s website or Facebook page if the weather forecast doesn’t look promising.

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