The best flea markets in the US all have something in common: no matter whether they host hundreds of vendors or only a few dozens, boast mountains of junk, or present carefully curated items, they all are potential goldmines for rare antiques, quirky collectibles, and one-of-a-kind vintage clothing. On this page, we have not only covered the top 10 or top 20 most famous flea markets in the US. We have researched and covered the top 10 flea markets in the US for each state! From Arizona to Washington, through Florida, and Louisiana, we have ranked the must-visit flea markets for your next trip. We have covered a couple of individual cities such as New York and San Francisco which are particularly renowned for their flea market scene. We have also made a classification of the American flea markets to visit by season. Like for example the best US flea markets to visit in spring, summer, and autumn. We also didn’t forget to mention the most famous Highway Yard Sales in the US with the unmissable 127 Corridor Sale, as well as the best antiquing towns in the US that regroup some of the best antique stores in the US. Some iconic flea markets such as the Rose Bowl Flea Market or the Canton Trade Days have been reviewed individually. Certainly, it’s helpful to know where the best flea markets, antique malls, and antique stores in the country are located. But it is also important to know how to plan a flea market road trip in the US! So we have specialized articles on these various topics, just for the US.
Much like an afternoon at the beach or a baseball game, a trip to the flea market in the US is a surefire sign that summer is upon us.