What’s better than a weekend well spent? A weekend well spent with some freaking awesome flea market finds. Ohio is packed full of some pretty serious flea markets. From antique furnishings to house pets, you can find just about anything at an Ohio flea market if you look hard enough. The following are just a few of Ohio’s best flea markets—where you’ll find that the bargain hunting game is forever changed. (For an updated 2016 list, click
1) Rogers Community Auction and Open Air Market
Deemed "the largest market in the Tri-State area," this epic flea market is open every Friday all year round. With more than 1,600 vendor spaces and five miles of aisles, it's easy to see why this flea market was voted "Best Flea Market in Ohio" in Ohio Magazine's January 2015 issue.
2) Treasure Aisles Flea Market (Monroe)
With over 64 acres of treasures, this flea market is every bargain hunter's dream come true. At $2 a car load, you can scour this flea market year round every Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
3) Lucasville Trade Days (Scioto County Fairgrounds)
Although this flea market only takes place a few weekends out of the year, it is the King of Ohio Flea Markets. (Well, unofficially, anyway.) Camping is available on site, admission is $1 per person and the last weekend of 2015 the flea market will take place is Sept. 26-27. Mark your calendars. This is the big one.
4) Trader's World Market (Lebanon)
Every Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., this popular flea market destination offers 11 acres of shopping-- that's a total of 16 buildings, 850 inside vendors and 400 outside vendors. This flea market has served as every treasure hunting bargain enthusiast's dream since 1984.
5) Springfield Antique Show and Flea Market (Clark County Fairgrounds)
If Lucasville is King, than Springfield is Queen. The last event of 2015 is Sept. 18-20.
6) Hartville Marketplace and Flea Market
Featuring a 12-acre outdoor market that's a treasure hunter's oasis, this flea market holds several special events throughout the year. Regular hours are Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
7) Jamie's Flea Market (Amherst)
"The Largest Flea Market in Northern Ohio" features 200 inside vendors and up to 400 outside vendors. This flea market is also open all year round every Wednesday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
8) Hocking Hills Market (Rockbridge)
Also open all year round is the Hocking Hills Market in Rockbridge, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from sunrise until 5 p.m., where you can hunt for unique indoor and outdoor treasures.
9) Four Seasons Flea and Farm Market (Youngstown)
With space for up to 400 vendors, this flea market definitely takes some time to explore. This market is open all year on Wednesdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
10) South Drive-In Theatre and Flea Market (Columbus)
More than 200 vendors are featured at the largest outdoor yard sale and garage sale in Columbus since the 1970s. This flea market is open every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 5 a.m. to 1 p.m.
11) The City Flea (Cincinnati)
Once a month at Washington Park, Cincinnati's urban flea market takes place with more than 300 vendors. The next two summer dates for the market are July 11 and 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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