7 Must-Visit Flea Markets In Northern California Where You’ll Find Awesome Stuff

No one wants to pay full price for something. Who doesn’t love getting a deal? That’s why we go by the thousands to flea markets every week. We have lots to choose from here in Northern California. It’s a treasure hunt in a parking lot, am I right? Here are some of our favorites. Now you can spend even more time looking for that perfect kitchen table or garage tool set. We love us some flea-market finds, don’t we? Here are some of the best flea markets in Northern California:

What did you think of this list of best flea markets in Northern California? There are way too many flea markets for us to list them all here. So, please be a big help and share some of your favorites in the comments!

If you love finding unique bargain items, plan a visit to Tailwaggers Thrift Shop in Eureka. Purchases made here will help the animal shelter it’s associated with.

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March 01, 2023

What are some of the best thrift stores in Northern California?

For bargain hunters, here are some of the best thrift stores in Northern California:

  • Upscale Thrift in Sacramento 
  • Thrift Town in Sacramento
  • CP Thrift Shop in Napa
  • Pass It On Thrift in Tahoe City
  • New Beginnings Thrift in Placerville
  • Hospice of Amador Thrift Store in Jackson


Many thrift stores support a non-profit, so not only do customers get a good deal but can help out a cause.

What are some of the best antique stores in Northern California?

For those who love antiques and vintage goods, check out some of the best antique stores in Northern California:

  • Visit Petaluma for these three antique stores: Summer Cottage Antiques, Sienna Antiques, and Thrifty Hippy.
  • 57th Street Antique Mall in Sacramento 
  • Vintage Bank Antiques in Petaluma which is inside a historic bank
  • Whistlestop Antiques in Santa Rosa covers two floors


Check out the 37-mile-long Amador County route to visit six old-fashioned antique stores for more shopping.