What is better than weekend where you find a steal of a deal on something that you have been searching for everywhere? Absolutely nothing. Flea markets are some of the best places on the planet to find those unique items. From antiques for your home to pets to patio furniture, there is no limit to what you will find at an Ohio flea market! We have compiled a list of some of the best flea markets in Ohio where you can dig in and hunt for those insane bargains that are often so difficult to find :)

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Rogers Community Auction and Open Air Market

Be one of 50,000 visitors who flock Rogers, the largest open air market in the Tri State area. Boasting over 1,600 indoor and outdoor spaces, it’s no surprise that Rogers has been voted as the “Best Flea Market” in Ohio. It’s open every Friday, come rain or shine.


Jamie’s Flea Market

Go treasure hunting at Jamie’s, North Ohio’s largest flea market. Found in South Amherst, it has been available for shoppers for over 40 years. This historic flea market is open every Wednesday and Saturday, all year round.


Traders World Market


Get ready to walk over two miles of store fronts at Traders World Market. Opened in 1984, it has been a popular destination for the entire family. Watch out for their monthly events and giveaways like Cincinnati Reds and Bengals tickets to lucky shoppers.


Hartville Marketplace & Flea Market

Just like other flea markets in the state, Hartville started as a family business. Since its humble beginnings in 1939, it has now grown to 15 acres (a 3 acre building for indoor vendors and 12 for outdoor merchants). Find anything and everything all in one place.


Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market

For over 40 years, Springfield has attracted antique lovers from near and far (as far as Tokyo). It has been recognized as one of America’s Best Markets and has been featured in Martha Stewart Living, Country Home and CNN. The Extravaganza, a 3 day event held in May, July and September, features about 2,000 exhibitors.


Treasure Aisles Flea Market

A bargain hunter’s paradise, Treasures welcomes 6,000 to 12,000 visitors every weekend. Find everything you need from antiques to brand new items. This flea market in Monroe has over 500 vendor spaces and is open all year round.


Cleveland Flea Market

Walk with 35,000 shoppers at the Cleaveland Flea, a monthly urban treasure hunt in Tyler Village. Find over 140 vendors featuring small and local business. Discover jewelers, furniture makers, bakers and other fine artists in this gathering.


Carnation City Flea Market

Carnation City is an indoor and outdoor flea market located in downtown Alliance. It has been serving neighboring communities for over 8 years. It’s open 7 days a week.


Carlisle Township Flea Market

Find something new every weekend at Carlisle Township Flea Market. Spot Amish furniture, hand crafted jewelry and other unique items. Grab a bite at Market Cafe where every Friday is $1 hotdog day.


Lucasville Trade Days

Another reason to go to the Scioto County Fairgrounds is to go bargain hunting at Lucasville Trade Days. You can even find animals to buy, sell or trade. This event hosts up to 500 vendors and attracts up to 5,000 visitors daily.