10 Best Flea Markets in Wisconsin


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Wisconsin is believed to be the land of beer, cheese and the Green Bay Packers — but we beg to differ. It should also be known for its legendary flea markets. That’s why we have compiled this list of the 10 best flea markets in Wisconsin — to help show off these amazing places! We hope you enjoy and do not forget to share if you know a flea market die-hard

Stumble upon a hidden gem at Elkhorn Flea Market

Elkhorn Flea is one of the biggest and finest antique flea markets in Wisconsin. After more than 30 years, this event has grown from 50 to about 500 dealers per event. This indoor and outdoor market is open every Sunday, come rain or shine.

Find anything and everything under the sun at Princeton Flea Market

From April through October, tens of thousands flock every weekend to visit the famous Princeton Flea Market. One of the largest outdoor markets in Wisconsin, it offers a huge assortment of goods from antiques to produce, crafts to baked goods, jewelry to toys and so much more. The event is held every Saturday at City Park.

Shop for great bargains at Antigo Flea Market

Antigo Flea is an outdoor summer flea market held at Langdale County Fairgrounds. Several shows take place every year which usually happens during the weekend. There’s also an outdoor and indoor flea market in Shawano which is hold organized by Zurko’s Midwest Promotions.

Walk for miles and miles at 7 Mile Fair

Since 1961, 7 Mile Fair has hosted an indoor and outdoor market primarily showcasing local farmers as well as small shop owners. Open on Saturdays and Sundays, the market hosts over a hundred vendors spread out across a 40 acre land. With so many choices, shoppers will surely not leave empty handed.

Practice your haggling skills at Wilmot Mountain Flea Market

For more than eight years, Wilmot Mountain has attracted thousands of visitors every Sunday for the outdoor flea market. The largest in Kenosha County, this 150,000 square foot of retail space hosts over 400 vendors. The event runs from April to November.

Pick out a great souvenir or a perfect gift at Pea Pickin’ Flea Market

A hidden gem at St Croix Falls, this outdoor market runs on the third weekend from April through October. Shoppers can pick anything for the entire family from various items sold in the event. Customers can grab a bite at LTC Concessions to replenish their depleted energy from shopping for hours.

Join the festivities at Warrens Cranberry Festival Flea Market

For over 40 years, the city of Warrens hosts the Cranberry Festival on the last full weekend of September. As part of the celebration, it opens a flea market with over 1,300 booths during the festival. Aside from the shopping experience, visitors also look forward to the activities and events like the grand parade, marsh tours, contests and the selection of the Cranberry Royalty.

Browse through thousands of items at Shawano Flea Market

Every year, two flea markets are held at the Shawano County Fairgrounds. The outdoor flea market happens on Sundays from April through October while the indoor market on Saturdays during the winter months from January through March. Over a hundred vendors and thousands of visitors are drawn to this event every weekend.

Go treasure hunting at MadCity Bazaar

Known for its upscale and eclectic mix of items, MadCity Bazaar is becoming more popular with bargain hunter and vintage aficionados. It was modeled after the successful Brooklyn Flea. This pop-up flea market usually holds seasonal events on Saturdays and Sundays, throughout the year.

Spot a cool vintage item to take home from One Trick Pony

One Trick Pony is a pop-up flea market hosting two annual events in spring and fall. It showcases antique and vintage collections from in and around Milwaukee. This carefully-curated one day event is usually held on a Sunday.