10 Best Flea Markets in Oregon


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Looking for some epic flea markets to hit up this weekend? We’ve got you covered! Every flea market we have visited has completely amazed us with the variety of stuff that is sold. These 10 best flea markets in Oregon are no different, so brace yourselves for a very non-traditional way of shopping!

Experience “America’s Largest Antique and Collectible Show”

Since the first show in 1981, the Portland Expo has become the biggest antique and collectible show in the country. Over a thousand booths are featured in the two-day show held in March, July and October. It attracts thousands of visitors not just from other states but from other countries as well like Japan, Canada and Germany.


Find cool recycled and upcycled items at Portland Flea

Stated in 2011, Portland Flea has been hosting two Sunday markets every month. Every third Sunday of the month, 20 local vendors setup at Union/Pine while on last Sundays of the month, they partner with Rejuvenation on Sunday Emporium. The market is held outdoors from April to October then moves indoors during the winter months.


Spot one of a kind locally made arts and crafts at Portland Saturday Market

For more than 40 years, Rose City has been home to the largest outdoor arts and crafts market in the area. The weekly market showcases a variety of arts and crafts brought by over 250 local artisans. It is open every Saturday and Sunday from March through December 24th.


Dig for hidden treasures at Waldport Flea Market

One of the best kept secrets in Waldport, this flea market has a vast collection of antiques and collectibles like figurines, clothing and even knives and military fatigues. They also buy and sell gold and silver coins and jewelry. Waldport Flea is open seven days a week.


Come back for more at Polk Flea Market

Polk Flea Market has been a favorite destination for shopping since it opened in the 1970s. Shoppers keep coming back to patronize their favorite vendors and meet new ones. The event is held on the first Sunday of the month from September to July.


Look for one of a kind pieces at the House of Vintage

This vintage superstore houses over 60 independent dealers sharing over 13,000 square feet of selling space. Vintage aficionados willl surely go on a shopping frenzy after finding the antiques and vintage items all in one roof. This vintage wonderland is open daily from 11am to 7pm.


Explore Portland State University Farmers Market

Another top shopping destination in Portland, this market features over 200 vendors selling goods from a to z. Up to 20,000 people come to shop every Saturday since it opened in 1992. It also hosts special events throughout the year.


Bring the entire family at Picc-A-Dilly Flea Market

Eugene’s only flea market, Picc-A-Dilly has been serving the community for more than 40 years. What’s so special about this market aside from the great finds is that it has become a family tradition. Now grown up, children of long time vendors are seen setting shop at the Lane County Fairgrounds and have become vendors themselves.


Have a shopping fiesta at M & M Marketplace

M & M Marketplace is more like a fiesta than a regular shopping place. More than 60 vendors are found in this colorful market in Hillsboro. Open on weekends, it also hosts special events and live music all year round.


Shop til you drop at the Original Medford Giant Flea Market

With over 14,000 square feet of retail space, this giant flea market indeed has something for everyone. Lucky shoppers can also get a chance to win door prizes announced every hour. Located in Medford, this Sunday market is held once a month.