Flea markets are the perfect places to find some excellent home decor items for great prices (aka super low like you wouldn't find in a typical antique store). Sometimes you have to sort through everything to find hidden treasures, but coming home with those unique pieces is so worth it.
If you've recently been asking yourself, "What's the best flea market near me?" you're in luck. We've gathered up 30 of the best flea markets all over the country, from South Carolina to South Dakota and Alabama to Michigan, to fulfill all your bargain hunting dreams.
1. Brimfield Antique Flea Market in Brimfield, Massachusetts
Though closed for the 2018 season, this market will open back up in 2019 for the following dates: May 14 -- 19, July 9 -- 14, and September 3 -- 8. Advertising itself as the biggest antique and collectibles show in the country, Brimfield can't be missed if you're in the Massachusetts area.
2. Elephant's Trunk in New Milford, Connecticut
Open Sundays from late March through mid December this is the flea market in Connecticut, open since 1976.
3. Montsweag in Woolwich, Maine
Maine's largest flea market is open from May to October.
4. Providence Flea Outdoor Market in Providence, Rhode Island
Since 2013, the Providence Flea has been held annually. Featuring hundreds of local vendors, artists, community non-profits, and food trucks, it's the place to flea year-round in Rhode Island.
5. Hollis Flea Market in Hollis, New Hampshire
This family-owned flea market is the largest and oldest running in the state of New Hampshire.
6. Patapsco Flea Market in Baltimore, Maryland
The Patapsco Flea Market is 20 years old and one of the largest on the east coast. It's open annually every Saturday and Sunday.
7. The Virginia Bazaar in Ruther Glen, Virginia
The Virginia Bazaar is the biggest in the state, filling a 67,000 square foot building full of hidden treasures.
8. Georgetown Flea Market in Washington, D.C.
Started in 1972, this flea is open every Sunday, bringing in locals and tourists.
9. Raleigh Flea Market in Raleigh, North Carolina
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Held at the Historic State Fairgrounds every Saturday and Sunday annually, featuring 1000 vendors across six buildings and several acres on the fairgrounds.
10. Hell's Kitchen Flea Market in New York City, New York
In addition to being a go-to flea in the city every weekend year-round, this flea gives 25% of annual profits to Hell's Kitchen Foundation, Inc., the non-profit sponsor of the flea market, created to give grants to local artists and help them pursue their dreams in the expensive city.
11. Round Top Antiques Show in Round Top, Texas
A Texas staple since 1968, it's worth the hype and the trip.
12. Nashville Flea Market in Nashville, Tennessee
Known as one of the top ten flea markets in the country, this flea is the best in Tennessee and features over 2,000 booths.
13. Scott Antique Market in Atlanta, Georgia
Advertised as the World's Largest Monthly Indoor Antique Show, this has been a flea market staple for 30 years, drawing in visitors across the country.
14. Renninger's Mount Dora in Mount Dora, Florida
With four locations (two in Florida, two in Pennsylvania), this flea and farmer's market is open annually every weekend.
15. The French Market in New Orleans, Louisiana
A constant tourist attraction also frequented by locals, this flea is set up year-round with its local vendors.
16. Phoenix Park N Swap in Phoenix, Arizona
This Pheonix market is open all year on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
17. Broadacres Marketplace in Las Vegas, Nevada
With the slogan, "where value and entertainment come together", this Las Vegas flea is the place to bargain hunt Friday through Sunday each week.
18. The Santa Fe Flea Market at Buffalo Thunder in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Fe's largest outdoor flea market is the place to find excellent deals from local vendors.
19. Urban Flea Market in Salt Lake City, Utah
This is a year-round staple every Sunday in downtown Salt Lake City.
20. Lafayette Collectibles & Flea Market in Lafayette, Colorado
One of Colorado's top flea markets, Lafayette Collectibles features 175 individual vendors.
21. Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market in Springfield, Ohio
This Ohio set up showcases 2,000 vendors and various special events throughout the year.
22. Kane County Flea Market in St Charles, Illinois
Since 1967 this flea has been known as "Best in the Midwest, or Anywhere". Only an hour from Chicago, great prices are available monthly via their 600+ vendors.
23. Friendship Flea Market in Ripley County, Indiana
Open for over 50 years, this flea offers free admission and welcomes visitors for nine days twice every year.
24. Camp Flea Antique Mall + Vintage Market in Ozark, Missouri
This flea market is 26,000 square feet of hidden treasures with over 200 booths.
25. Elkhorn Antique Flea Market in Elkhorn, Wisconsin
Running since 1982 in the Walworth County Fairgrounds, this is one of the finest flea markets in Wisconsin.
26. Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, California
This monthly flea market welcomes over 20,000 visitors every month from across the country.
27. Packwood Flea Market in Seattle, Washington
This flea started in the 1970s and welcomes thousands of visitors over the course of its 4-day event.
28. Portland Flea in Portland, Oregon
Open on the last Sunday of every month, this market is open rain or shine.
29. The Treasure Valley Flea Market in Eagle, Idaho
This flea favorite is held 5 times every year at Expo Idaho.
30. Bart's Flea Market in Laramie, Wyoming
This is Wyoming's largest year-round indoor flea market.