Hey, traveling isn’t complete without a little bit of shopping on its side. Luckily Michigan offers not just the best but the cheapest flea markets all over the state. So here are some of biggest and best flea markets across the awesome state of Michigan. Happy hunting!
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- 1 Bay Area Indoor Flea Market & Specialty Shops
- 2 The Mega Mall
- 3 Reits Flea Market
- 4 Armada Flea Market
- 5 Michigan Antiques Festivals
- 6 Harvest Antiques and Collectibles
- 7 Royal Oak Farmers and Flea Market
- 8 Burley Park Antiques Flea Market
- 9 Dixieland Flea Market
- 10 Allegan Antiques Market
- 11 Greenlawn Grove Flea Market
Bay Area Indoor Flea Market & Specialty Shops
Location: 3787 E Wilder Rd Bay City, MI
The Bay Area Flea Market is a great place to find vintage furniture, antique toys, glassware, and toys. If you are lucky you may find a rare collectible of trains, die cast cars. You can start with their extensive collection of comics, magazines, and books. There are a lot of things to explore in the place, best to head there now.
The Mega Mall
Location: 15487 Old U.S. 27, DeWitt Charter Township
This flea market had been around for more than 20 years. Wow, imagine what you can find hidden in some of its nooks. You may even find a rare antique item or a collector’s book tucked away under the pile of other things in The Mega Mall. It’s a huge place to find certain things, whether a trinket or something to give to someone else. It’s not just a flea market; it’s an iconic place near the state capital.
Reits Flea Market
Location: 45146 W Red Arrow Hwy, Paw Paw
Reits Flea Market is one of the largest markets in the state and is located in Paw Paw. It just opened its outdoor booths last month and over 500 participants flooded the area. So chances are you are going some with some amazing bargains from the locals. If you are a tourist drop by the Reits Flea Market to fully understand the way of life in the state and how more friendly the locals can become.
Armada Flea Market
Location: 25381 Armada Ridge Rd, Richmond
It’s that time again where everyone wants to be outdoors and enjoying the sun. Armada Flea Market is situated right in Richmond, a popular hotspot in the area. Every bargain hunter will enjoy hunting in this flea market. They are open on Tuesday and Sundays from the month of April until October. You can probably buy great antique pieces here for a cheaper price than elsewhere.
Michigan Antiques Festivals
Location: Midland and Davisburg
The Michigan Antiques Festivals contains more than 80 acres of different unique items waiting to be found. It’s a place where you can scout the whole place and keeps wanting for more, never leaving a spot unturned, just in case you miss something amazing to find. And it keeps getting better; they have two locations, twice the fun. One is located in Midland and the other in Davisburg. In Midland, they will start to sell on during the first week of June, last week of July and September. Meanwhile, in Davisburg they already started early this month and another will be in early October.
Harvest Antiques and Collectibles
Location: 12330 James St. A20, Holland
This is more of a collectibles shop rather than a flea market. It’s located on the west coast of Michigan in a nice spot near the lakeshore, in Holland. You can also expect some scenic view while cruising along to this place. They have a massive collection of vintage records, antique furniture and even political mementos from decades past. Lastly, the people in flea market are friendly and so accommodating, you’ll feel like in your local store.
Royal Oak Farmers and Flea Market
Location: 316 E 11 Mile Rd, Royal Oak
This place is situated in a great location, right beside the Royal Oak Farmers Market. So when you are done or got tired from all of the treasure hunting, you can just grab something in the farmers’ market to refuel you. You can also make the flea market a side trip whenever you buy your weekly groceries. The Royal Oak Farmers offers almost everything that you might need. This is also one of the popular destinations in Metro Detroit. You can start the treasure hunting every Sunday in Mile Road.
Burley Park Antiques Flea Market
Location: 19558-19684 Howard City Edmore Rd, Howard City
If ever you head to Howard City, try to see the Burly Park Antiques Flea Market. It’s your chance to check and find something amazing in this flea market. The best time to probably come here is during the summer, you can find vintage clothing and accessories. You can also buy some of their best local produce.
Dixieland Flea Market
Location: 2045 Dixie Hwy, Waterford Township
The Dixieland Flea is the largest of its kind in Oakland County, hundreds of vendors gathered in this place and thousands of people see it to experience it. It’s like a treasure hunt for the adults but better, because they have thousands of antique items and different collectibles from all ages. One great thing about the Dixieland is they have both indoors and outdoors shops.
Allegan Antiques Market
Location: 150 Allegan Co Fair Drive, Allegan
You can find amazing unique pieces of jewelries, vintage furniture and delicate glassware in Allegan Antique Market. It’s a huge flea market of over 400 vendors from different parts of Michigan to sell some of their unique items. The best part is they also have carnival vendors on site, so kids can also have good time and won’t get bored easily while you spend your time shopping. The market opens every last Sunday of each month from April until September.
Greenlawn Grove Flea Market
Location: 16447 Middlebelt Rd, Romulus
Greenlawn Grove Flea Market offers more than what meets the eye. They sell from vintage toys to the different assortment of musical instruments. They open every Saturday and Sunday from 6 AM to 3 PM. It’s a great place to find collectibles items such as books, furniture, and trinkets at a cheap price.