Shop ‘Til You Drop At Mesa Market Place Swap Meet, One Of The Largest Flea Markets In Arizona

Why hit up a different store for every item on your shopping list when you could get it all under one roof? The Mesa Market Place Swap Meet is not only the biggest flea market in Mesa but arguably the largest flea market in Arizona. Be forewarned: it is massive, so no matter what you’re in the market for, rest assured it can be found here!

Visit the Mesa Market Place Swap Meet website or Facebook page to learn more.

Have you ever been to Mesa Market Place Swap Meet? If so, we’d love to hear all about your experience in the comments section below.

If you’re looking for other fun things to do in the city of Mesa, you should definitely check out the Mesa Arizona Temple.

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Address: Mesa Market Place Swap Meet, 10550 E Baseline Rd, Mesa, AZ 85209, USA
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Arizona Flea Markets

September 30, 2022

Where can I find an indoor flea market in Phoenix?

One great suggestion is the Phoenix Park ‘N Swap. Although not all of it is indoor, it is still a great option and has a lot to offer. Other great swap meet locations in Arizona include the Yuma Swap Meet in Yuma, Kingman’s Route 66 Swap Meet in Kingman, and the Tanque Verde Swap Meet in Tucson, just to name a few.

What are some fun things to do in Arizona?

The Grand Canyon State is full of fun and adventure everywhere you look. And no matter what city you're in, you'll find a wealth of things to see, do, and enjoy. If you're looking for something easy on the wallet, you'll find plenty of things that are free as well. Among the best? Getting out in nature, no matter the season of the year!

Are there any children’s museums in Phoenix?

As a matter of fact yes! How about the Children’s Museum of Phoenix? Located in downtown Phoenix, it offers a wide array of interactive, hands-on activities for kids of all ages. Of note is the giant jungle gym structure that has been described as “something straight out of a Dr. Seuss book.”