6 Amazing Flea Markets In Colorado You Absolutely Have To Visit

Flea market season is upon us! If you are ready to break free from the confines of your home and get your thrift on, you are going to want to visit these six best flea markets in Colorado:

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For even more flea market fun, check out these 11 Awesome Flea Markets In Denver!

Address: 1755 Central Park Dr, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487, USA
Address: 830 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204, USA
Address: 5225 E Platte Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80915, USA
Address: 7007 E 88th Ave, Henderson, CO 80640, USA
Address: 6300 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80525, USA
Address: 130 E Spaulding St, Lafayette, CO 80026, USA
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Best Flea Markets In Colorado

July 01, 2021

Where are some fun places to go vintage shopping in Colorado? 

Colorado vintage lovers have reason to rejoice; there are so many choices for excellent vintage shops in the state that it’s literally impossible to list them all here, in a short paragraph. However, some of the most highly rated vintage shops in Colorado include gems like CORALUN Vintage, in Colorado Springs, where you can browse awesome vintage goodies as well as stunning hand-made jewelry. You should also check out Regal Vintage, in Denver, which is known for its friendly conversation as well as excellent service. We also really like Old Colorado Vintage, if you’re ever in Durango. It’s huge, and you’ll love every inch of it.  

Where can I go thrifting in Colorado? 

Perhaps an easier-to-answer question would be ‘where can’t you go thrifting in Colorado?’. Everywhere you go, even the small towns, have their own little thrift stores and ma/pop shops. You’ll find a larger array and more selection in the bigger towns, though; Colorado Springs might be the unofficial thrift shop capital of the state, given that it’s dot dozens of them peppered throughout the city. Boulder and Denver are also larger towns/cities with tons of thrift stores to explore, so you might want to get in the car and start driving ASAP. There’s no such thing as going to too many thrift stores – we promise. Interested in a Colorado thrift store road trip? Check out this article for loads of inspiration. 

What are the best Colorado flea markets? 

It’s no secret that Colorado is a flea market lover’s paradise. There are just so many to choose from, so where do you even begin? We did a little footwork for you, and have decided that there are definitely some flea markets that tend to stand out among their peers. The Mile High Flea Market, for example, is the oldest in the state. It opened in 1976 and has been a local staple ever since. It spans across more than 80 acres, and there’s truly something there for everyone. Look for the Foothills Flea Market in Fort Collins, where you’ll find more than 80 vendors under one roof. The Horseshoe, in Denver, is a newer contender on the list, but a worthy one.  

Address: 1755 Central Park Dr, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487, USA
Address: 830 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204, USA
Address: 5225 E Platte Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80915, USA
Address: 7007 E 88th Ave, Henderson, CO 80640, USA
Address: 6300 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80525, USA
Address: 130 E Spaulding St, Lafayette, CO 80026, USA