Did you know Ohio is home to the country’s largest outdoor/indoor flea market? And it doesn’t stop there: Ohio is packed with unique flea markets throughout the state where you can find one-of-a-kind antiques, vintage finds, Amish goods, home furnishings, and more.
Read on for our guide to the best flea markets in Ohio!
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Rogers Flea Market and Community Auctions
Rogers Ohio Flea Market is one of the largest open-air flea markets in Ohio. Located about halfway between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, the flea market grounds cover 250 acres and 1600+ vendor spaces. The parking lot itself spans 70 acres and is free for visitors.
You can find everything from antiques to home furnishings and farm equipment at Rogers Community Flea Market. The flea market is open every Friday starting at 7:30 AM. Due to popular demand, they are also open on the first Saturday of each Month (June to October) from 8AM – 4PM. Throughout the week, you can also attend auctions for antiques, livestock, hay & grain, machinery, and more.
With nearly 5 miles of indoor and outdoor walking space, you’ll definitely want to wear some comfortable shoes! Scooter rentals are available, if needed. Some vendors accept debit and credit cards, but it is advised to bring cash to pay for your item. Several ATMs are located on the flea market grounds if you forget or need more cash. Indoor restrooms are available, and additional portable restrooms can be found outside. Bring your own shopping bag on your visit, as shopping carts and wagons are not available on site. The flea market does have food vendors, and you can also pack a picnic meal to eat at the James Burkey Family Picnic Pavilion.
Rogers Community Flea Market: 45625 St. Rt. 154, Rogers, OH 44455
Alternate GPS Address: 45625 Walnut Street, Rogers, Ohio 44455
The City Flea
The City Flea is an urban, curated flea market located in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. This Cincinnati Ohio flea market showcases one-of-a-kind items like handmade leather shoes, vintage purses, home decor, and unique gourmet baked goods. Some vendors are there every show, and some are new – so you never know what you’ll find!
City Flea is held one weekend a month from March to December at Washington Park in the heart of historic Over-the-Rhine. Street parking is available, and and there is also a parking garage located directly under the park. Public restrooms are available at the park. City Flea typically has food trucks on location, but there are also some delicious locally-owned restaurants within walking distance. Washington Park also has a dog park, an outdoor beer garden, a playground, and a splash pad to enjoy.
Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market
The Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market is held 9 weekends throughout the year at Clark County Fairgrounds. Their semiannual Extravaganza events in May and September showcase over 20,000 vendors with antiques, vintage items, art, and unique finds.
Admission is required for this Springfield Ohio flea market. Regular admission is $3 for adults and free for those ages 16 and under. Extravaganza weekends are $10, with an early bird ticket available for $15. 2020 weekend dates are currently scheduled for July 10-12, September 18-20 (the Extravaganza), October 17-18, and November 21-22.
Clark County Fairgrounds: 4401 S Charleston Pike, Springfield, Ohio 45505
Holmes County Flea Market
The Holmes County Flea Market is a 67,000 square foot indoor, climate controlled flea market in northeast Ohio. The building of this Berlin Ohio flea market is made up of 5 wings, including one devoted to antiques. Each weekend, over 60 vendors gather to showcase and sell their unique flea market goods.
This Amish country Ohio flea market is packed with Amish goods including antiques, crocks, and cookery. Soon, they will be opening The Forge for blacksmith and knife-making demonstrations.
The Holmes Flea Market is open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 9AM to 5PM. In September and October, they are also open on Wednesdays from 9 AM to 5PM. Food vendors are on site if you get hungry while you’re there, including traditional Amish fare from the Amish Country Picker’s Cafe.
Holmes Flea Market: 4550 SR 39, Berlin, Ohio 44658
GPS Address: 4550 SR 39, Millersburg, Ohio 44654
Hartville Marketplace & Flea Market
If you are looking for the largest flea market in Ohio, the search is over! Not only is the Hartville Marketplace & Flea Market the biggest in Ohio, it is also the largest outdoor/indoor flea market in the U.S.!
You can find antiques, collectibles, handmade items, Amish goods, fresh produce, and more at this indoor and outdoor flea market. The flea market covers over 12 acres and welcomes more than 1 million visitors each year, so you know it’s good!
The Hartville Marketplace & Flea Market is located about an hour south of Cleveland and holds quite a few of market-themed events throughout the year. Events include Moonlight Markets, coin shows, sports cards shows, and Maker Markets.
The Marketplace & Flea Market are open Monday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 9AM to 6PM. Sarah’s Grill & The Coffee Mill open daily at 7AM on days the Marketplace & Flea Market are open.
Hartville Marketplace & Flea Market: 1289 Edison St. NW, Hartville, Ohio 44632
Traders World is one of the midwest’s largest flea markets with 16 buildings, 400 outdoor vendor spaces, and 850 indoor vendor spaces. Search for your diamond-in-the-rough flea market find at the market’s many antique, collectible, and used goods vendors. You won’t be able to miss this flea market destination when you pass it on I-75 about halfway between Cincinnati and Dayton. The first thing you will notice is the giant giraffe sculptures on the sign!
Traders World is open Saturday and Sunday from 9AM to 5PM. Parking is $2. There are several food vendors available by the main stage. The indoor vendor buildings are climate controlled, and there are several ATMs located around the flea market grounds.
Traders World: 601 Union Road, Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Treasure Aisles flea market is located right across I-75 from Traders World, about halfway between Dayton and Cincinnati, Ohio. With over 100 vendors, you’re sure to find something unique to take home. Treasure Aisles is open on weekends from 9AM to 5 PM.
Treasure Aisles: 320 N. Garver Road, Monroe, Ohio 45450
Tiffin Flea Market
The Tiffin Flea Market is the largest show of its kind in northwestern Ohio. With 250 to 400 vendors at each show, visitors can peruse the indoor and outdoor booths to find that one-of-a-kind item they can’t leave without.
Fall 2020 Tiffin Flea Market dates are September 12-13 and October 3-4. Saturday hours are 9AM to 4PM, and Sunday hours are 9AM to 3PM. Admission and parking for the flea market are totally free. Food is available for purchase at the market.
Seneca County Fairgrounds: 100 Hopewell Avenue, Tiffin, Ohio 44883
Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market
This Amish Country Ohio flea market features over 200 vendors in an indoor facility. Shop from Amish vendors and other unique sellers for items like quilts, kitchenware, antiques, and more. Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market is open on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 9AM to 5PM.
Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market: 1900 OH-39, Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681
Caesar Creek Flea Market
Find everything from handmade jewelry and antiques to NASCAR collectibles and Amish baked goods at the Caesar Creek Flea Market. This summer, they are also showing drive-in movies on the weekends! Check out their Facebook page for more details and show times.
The Caesar Creek Flea Market is indoors and open from 9AM to 5 PM on Saturdays and Sundays. Food is available for purchase, and on the weekends there is live music to listen to while you shop.
Caesar Creek Flea Market: 7763 W St Rt 73, Wilmington, Ohio 45177
Peddlers Flea Market
Peddlers Flea Market has been a staple in the Ohio flea market scene for over 30 years. Buy, sell, or trade these unique finds with hundreds of indoor and outdoor vendors.
Peddlers Flea Market is open on Fridays from 10AM to 2PM, and Saturdays & Sundays from 7AM to 5PM. Visitor parking is free! Breakfast food is available for purchase all day while the market is open.
Peddlers Flea Market: 4343 Kellogg Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45226
Don’t let the name fool you! This flea market in Columbus Ohio has been one of the largest outdoor garage sale since the 1970s. Over 200 vendors sell interesting finds including housewares, art, antiques, electronics, and more. But also true to its name, you can also catch some outdoor movies this summer at the South Drive-In (find them on Facebook for more info and showtimes).
The early bird gets the worm at this Columbus Ohio flea market. South Drive-In Theatre opens for business at 5AM, and the most dedicated shoppers know this is when to find the most unique flea market finds.
South Drive-In is open in mid-March to mid-November every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday from 5AM to 1PM. Parking is available for $1 per car. ATMs are available on site.
South Drive-In: 3050 S. High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43207
This Columbus Ohio flea market is held at different locations throughout the Columbus area. Past venues have included Strongwater Food and Spirits, The Fort Columbus, and Seventh Son Brewing. Check out their Facebook page to stay up to date on upcoming flea markets and locations.
Westland Flea Market
Westland Flea Market is an indoor market located in Columbus, Ohio. Choose from a huge variety of flea market finds from collectibles and coins to shoes and apparel. A concession stand is open inside the market if you get hungry while you’re shopping. This flea market in Columbus Ohio is open on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10AM to 7PM.
Westland Flea Market: 4170 W. Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43228