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Flea Markets


The Amish Country Flea Markets in Ohio are some of the largest and most extensive in the country! If you're a market bug, then you're in business.

Though they are not all exclusive to "Amish Country," some are so large that they are more like a market mini-mall. Besides the traditional outdoor spaces, many of them feature indoor shopping areas that even include eating areas and food courts.

You'll find new, used, vintage and antique. Browse through nearly endless selections of handmade items, crafts, collectables and everything in between.

You might enjoy just looking around or you can purchase the latest find at bargain prices.

With up to hundreds of different vendors you can get seasonal produce, fresh meats and cheeses, see new product ideas, do gift shopping or purchase the latest gadgets.

Interested? The experience awaits you at the Amish Country markets in Ohio!

Bubba's Flea Market

A new market located in the former Paul & Thelma's Market at 175 North Gamble Street in Shelby, Ohio 44875. They have over 48 indoor booths, outside vendors, used cars and produce.

Dover Flea Market


The Dover Market is located at 102 North Tuscarawas Avenue in Dover, Ohio 44622. It is just a mile from State Route 39 near Interstate 77.

They have over 40,000 square feet of indoor space on one level, with heat and air-conditioning. Outdoor sales areas are available when weather permits. They are open Saturdays and Sundays all year round.

The market features new and used merchandise as well as collectables, is handicapped accessible and has free parking. Phone number is 330-364-3959.

Fredericktown Flea Market

The Fredericktown Market is a new market located at 68 Mt. Vernon Avenue in Fredericktown, Ohio 43019. It is housed in the old Sun-Glow Furniture Factory building.

The potential for expansion is phenominal. There is plenty of room for indoor and outdoor vendors. The market is striving to be family friendly with events that include drive-in movies and much more.

Hartville MarketPlace and Flea Market


The Hartville MarketPlace was founded in 1939 by Sol Miller. It started as a livestock auction. As the livestock auction grew, an egg auction was added and Sol started renting out spaces outside the barn for other people to be able to set up and sell their own wares.

This grew into what is now the market, still family owned and operated, with a 15 acre facility and 2-story building. There are 3 acres indoors with approximately 150 permanent vendors in the heated and air conditioned building.

These shops feature anything from fresh meats, cheeses and produce to home décor, clothing, jewelry and books. Grab breakfast, lunch or a snack at Sarah’s Grille.

Outside there are 12 acres with spaces for vendors seasonally. Two covered pavilions hold up to 200 vendors and a paved parking lot holds up to 800 transient vendors.

They are open year round, Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Fridays 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Starting September hours will be from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. all four days. The market is located approximately 1 hour south of Cleveland, 20 minutes south of Akron and 20 minutes north of Canton at 1289 Edison Street NW in Hartville, Ohio 44632. Phone number 330-877-9860.

Holmes County's Flea Market


The Original Holmes County's Market is located on the south side of State Route 39 on the east side of Berlin behind Zink's Fabric Outlet at 4568 SR 39 (address is a Millersburg address and 44654 zip code).

Their 52,000 square feet of vendor space and over 70 vendors are all connected under one roof and is heated and air-conditioned. You can sample and buy local meats, cheeses, fudge, candies, jams, jellies and more. Discover antiques, crafts, collectables, clothing, furniture, candles, quilts, and wood products. They also feature their very own cafeteria and eating area for your convenience.

Their phone number is 330-893-0900. Parking costs $1.00 or $3.00 for a season pass.

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Middlefield Flea Market


The Middlefield Market is located at 15848 Nauvoo Road, Middlefield, Ohio 44062. They feature collectibles, toys, produce, housewares, crafts, books, clothing, jewelry, clocks, new appliances, furniture, nursery stock, tools and cement lawn ornaments. Phone 440-632-3196.

Their hours are Saturdays from 9-3 and Mondays from 8-3.

Mt. Hope Farmers Auction Market

The Mt. Hope Farmers Auction located on CR 77 in Mt. Hope, Ohio 44660, holds a flea market every Wednesday, weather permitting, starting at 7 a.m.

Navarre Flea Market

This Market has been located in the same building at 2 Main Street North in Navarre, Ohio 44662 for 29 years. They have nine permanent vendors inside and feature furniture and collectibles.

Rogers Community Auction & Open Air Market

Rogers Community Auction & Open Air Market is located at 45625 State Route 154 in Rogers, Ohio 44455, 8 miles east of Lisbon.

Family owned since 1955, they have over 3 miles of vendor spaces - enough for over 1600 vendors. Nearly 300 of these are under one roof. The market is open year round every Friday from 7 a.m. till dark, the auction starts at 6 p.m.

There is free parking and free admission. You'll find everything from fresh produce and food to antiques and collectables. Phone number 330-227-3233.

Traders World

Traders World is located in Monroe, Ohio 45050, at 601 Union Road. Between Cincinnati and Dayton, they're just off Interstate 75. The huge multi-acre complex has heated and air-conditioned buildings.

Their motto is "Shop 'til you drop!" and claim to be "The Midwest's largest and most colorful shopping experience." They are open every Saturday and Sunday (except Easter) as well the day after Thanksgiving. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone number 513-424-5708.

Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market and Shops

This market is located at 1900 State Route 39, Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681, 12 miles from I-77 between Sugarcreek and Walnut Creek.

They are open Thursday-Saturday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. April through December. Their phone number is 330-852-0181.

Zupie's Flea Market

Every Saturday 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. May - Oct (weather permitting) at Wholesome Valley Farm (formerly the big white 1881 Antique Barn) 927 US 62 in Wilmot, outside vendors wanted - $10 spots, first-time vendors FREE, lots of traffic, antiques, new and used merchandise, bric-a-brac, etc. Dealers please call 216-570-5191.

These Amish Country Markets should be a must on your list of attractions to see and do!

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