Everyone loves a good bargain, right? There is nothing quite like the thrill of coming across something that is PERFECT for you or your house and then realizing it’s dang near 50% off. Well that’s oftentimes what a flea market is—a giant treasure trove of goodies (antiques, gifts, food, clothing, etc.,) all for way less than what you’d normally pay in say, a department store. We wrote a few years back about some of the best flea markets in Georgia:
14 Must-Visit Flea Markets In Georgia Where You’ll Find Awesome Stuff. So consider this a part II of sorts.
Georgia has some pretty phenomenal flea markets, which means that if you need something to fill in the gaps of your upcoming weekend, then these are the places to do it.
1. Joey’s Indoor Thrift Mall - 1100 10th Ave B, Columbus, GA 31901
Joey's Indoor Thrift Mall is HUGE. The building was once a old cotton mill, and now, boasts booths upon booths of secondhand, consignment goodies. You can easily spend a day wandering this indoor thrift mall.
2. Starlight Flea Market - 2000 Moreland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
This unique flea market is primarily based outside. Lather up on your sunscreen before heading out, because with all these bargains and finds, you may be here all day.
3. Bill’s Flea Market - 4260 E Veterans Memorial Hwy, Lithia Springs, GA 30122
With more than 400 booths, this fun, outdoor family market is a great way to spend a weekend. Browse the hundreds of merchants offering up new and used items at a very low cost, and who knows? You may just find the hidden gem you’ve been looking for.
4. Rick's Place at Dogwood Flea Market - 1680 Dogwood Dr SE, Conyers, GA 30013
Dogwood Flea Market is worth adventuring through on its own. But there is one spot called Rick's Place which features a TON of carefully curated antiques, memorabilia, and goods worth exploring through.
5. Unique Treasures Flea Market - 3635 Stone Mountain Hwy, Snellville, GA 30039
Voted #1 by Gwinnett Magazine, Unique Treasures is a great find in terms of Georgia flea markets. There is loads to see, plus delicious food to keep you on the hunt for a bargain all day long.
6. J&J Flea Market - 11661 Commerce Rd, Athens, GA 30607
As one of Georgia’s largest and fastest growing flea markets, you have to visit J&J at least once in your lifetime. An experience like no other, spend the day exploring for those hidden treasures, and make sure you grab yourself a bag of boiled peanuts while you’re at it.
7. Brunswick Bazaar & Farmer’s Market - Bay Street at Gloucester St., Brunswick, GA 31520
The Brunswick Bazaar combines fresh food, unique gifts, and flea market goods to create the ultimate outdoor adventure. Shop your little heart out under the sunshine, right next to the water in Mary Ross Park.
8. West Georgia Flea Market - 3947 US-27, Carrollton, GA 30117
Open rain or shine, this special flea market may just have the weirdest yet best selection of goods that you’ve ever seen. Think about it, where else can you buy a firearm and $.99 groceries in the same place?!
9. Southside Market - 100 Candy Court, Eastman, GA 31023
With rows upon rows of vendors selling off some pretty sweet antiques, Southside Market is a great place to find some bargain buys, all while enjoying the process of the hunt.
10. Eastman Flea and Antique Mall - 1636 College St, Eastman, Georgia
Eastman has a ton of specialty items, collectibles, antiques, furniture, artwork and more just waiting to be discovered, or re-discovered. This is the type of flea market where you can absolutely find some pieces that turn out to be treasures down the road.
11. Benedict School Flea Market - 1876 Buchanan Hwy, Cedartown, Georgia
The thing is, this flea market tends to stay fairly under-the-radar for many. As they work to relaunch the old school, the building holds so much special history, and the vendors hold so much treasure at their booths.
12. Sweetie’s Flea Market - 2316 Hwy 19 41, Hampton, GA 30228
Find everything you're looking for AND more at Sweetie's Flea Market. They are open year-round, Saturdays and Sundays with vendors galore. Bring your wallet and be prepared to get down and dirty looking for those awesome bargains and antique treasures.
13. Peachtree Peddlers Flea Market - 155 Mill Rd, McDonough, GA 30253
Noted as being the the biggest flea market and antique center on the Southside of Atlanta, Peachtree Peddlers serves up some serous bargains and unique gifts all week long. Save some cash while you shop and enjoy the beautiful Georgia sunshine.
Have you visited any of these spots before? Which have been your favorites? Again, if you haven’t seen your go-to flea market in Georgia, it may be on our Part I list here:
14 Must-Visit Flea Markets In Georgia Where You’ll Find Awesome Stuff. However if we still missed a Georgia flea market that you adore, share with us in the comments!