Can’t-Miss Indoor Flea Markets in Ohio
By Abbey Roy

Can’t-Miss Indoor Flea Markets in Ohio

Flip for these indoor Ohio flea markets!

Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market at Clark County Fairgrounds

Whether you’re a first timer or a seasoned hidden treasure hunter, flea markets have something for everyone. And Ohio’s flea market and antique scene means you find you’ll be able to find something special wherever – and whenever – you go. And the best part? Many of Ohio’s flea markets are open year-round.

Photo credit: Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market

Springfield Antique Show & Flea Market at Clark County Fairgrounds

This monthly market features a vast range of antique, vintage and mid-century items. Be sure to check out their first show of the new year Jan 18-19th. And while there are no shows in February, the market opens again in March.

Credit: Hartville Marketplace & Flea Market

Hartville MarketPlace & Flea Market

This indoor and outdoor marketplace is the place to browse booths of antiques, decor and fresh local produce.

Photo credit: Rogers Community Auction

Rogers Community Auction

This 1,600-vendor market features auctions the second Tuesday of each month, along with a flea market and auction every Friday.

Traders World Market in Lebanon

Featuring more than 1,200 vendors, this market of crafts, furniture, produce and rare finds draws thousands of shoppers every weekend.

Photo credit: Jamie’s Flea Market

Jamie’s Flea Market in Amherst

This year-round market welcomed shoppers with a mix of vendors, promising a little bit of something for everyone.

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About the Author

Abbey Roy is a Kent State University journalism graduate. She writes a weekly column entitled the Bargain Advocate for the Newark Advocate and Media Network of Central Ohio and enjoys spending time with her family - her husband, Seth, and two daughters, Analeigh and Aria - reading, being outdoors (especially in the woods, water or both), bicycling and photography. She also makes a mean zucchini bread. You can email Abbey at abbey.m.roy@gmail.com.