15 Best Flea Markets in Colorado
- VERONICA DELACRUZ
- UPDATED Jul 04, 2018
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Colorado- an ideal destination to spend your summer vacations. When people talk about Colorado, they talk about all the adventurous stuffs which include hiking, biking, the whitewater, camping, etc. Well, Colorado is not only about the adventures but many other events as well. One interesting aspect of Colorado is the availability of flea markets that treat you with boutiques, treasures and a lot more. So, let us check in detail about the flea markets in Colorado and the treasures they offer.
Top Colorado Flea Market
1. Mile High Flea Market
With around 80 acres of land, the Mile High Flea market is one of the largest flea market in Denver and also the oldest over there. The origins dating back to the 1970s, this flea market attracts tourists every week. With more than a million tourists arriving annually, the 2500+ vendors somehow still feel less in number. The traditional market goods like clothing, books, home décor, etc. are available in plenty and you also have entertainment stuffs from musicians and performers. The 80acre market is an amazing shopping experience. Located at Henderson, the market is open on weekends (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) from 7am to 5pm.
2. Jefferson Park and Flea
The Jefferson Park Farm with its live music and the delicacies from the food vendors is one of the coolest of Denver’s neighbourhood. Arts and crafts guys will fall in love with the selections offered. You get creative artworks, antiques, home décor and amazing local food. For the junking specialists, Jefferson Parks welcomes you with the treasure hidden within the stalls for you to rake through.
3. Denver Flea
A huge showcase of new and used merchandise housed in massive warehouses. Located in 1000 Denver, this market opens several times a year with over 200 vendors who come up with clothing, homeware and furniture. You also get a good selection of cocktail bar with equally good food vendors. This is live entertainment spot.
4. Colorado Springs Flea Market
The largest flea market in the southern part of Colorado, Colorado Springs Flea market have been here for the past three decades. The market opens at 7am in the morning with an entry fee of $2 and free entry for children below or 12 years of age. It closes by 4pm in the evening. Once you enter, you are going to witness live music, entertainment and great food. Each weekend, over 500 vendors come here to make a sale of their items which include stuffs from car garage to fine antiques.
5. Lafayette Collectibles and Flea Market
Lafayette Collectibles and Flea market is open with huge range of products from around 175 vendors. Whatever you want, be it vintage clothing, household stuffs, antiques or even electrical appliances, you just have to look, you are sure to find them here provided that you come here anytime between 10am to 6 pm on Saturdays and Mondays and between 11am to 5pm on Sundays.
6. Tables to Teacups Indoor Flea Market
The name sounds quite romantic right? Well, this market was started by an antique loving couple. As the name suggests, this is an indoor market where you get all items from teacups to tables. Located in Weaver Park, this 13,000 sq. ft. market opens at 10am in the morning on Saturdays and Mondays and closes by 6pm. On Sundays, the timings are 11am to 4pm.
7. Foothills Flea Market
This is the largest indoor flea in the northern Colorado. The Foothills flea has been running for over three decades and have a variety of goods ranging from antiques, outdoor décor, jewelry, toys and household goods. Like any other flea, you get both new and used items as well. The market opens at 10am and closes by 6pm daily and has over 80 dealers.
8. The Sweet William Market
Located in the Founders Garden, this vintage flea comes with a collection of antiques and homeware. It is a lifestyle market loaded with treasures and handcrafted goods held several times every year. This is also a good place for the food lovers.
9. A Paris Street Market
Vintage lover, this is your area in Colorado. Been running for over a decade and a half, the market comes with treasures, handmade goods, antiques, artisanal jewelry, furniture, clothing and home décor. Located in Aspen Grove, this flea market is open on all Saturdays from 8am to 3pm.
10. Valverde Bazaar Outdoor Market
An outdoor market that brings together the best artisans, craftsmen and local artists, the market has over 90 vendors who bring the best stuffs. The tourists can find antiques put up for auction. The market is open from 9am to 4pm. You will not go hungry thanks to the delicacies from the food stalls.
11. The Horseshoe Market
Known to many as the best flea market in Denver, this is one of the premier markets in Colorado and have been running since 2010. Located at 46th Avenue, Denver, this market opens at 10am on all days except Monday. The Horseshoe flea has over 100 vendors who brings you artistic works, antiques, handcrafts and also tasty local food.
12. Annie’s Home Consignments
Annie’s Home Consignment is an amazing collection of furniture and home décor. Located in Steamboat Springs, this indoor flea market opens at 11am on all days except Sunday and Monday. Having earned the “It’s never the Same Store” tagline, no one who has come over here more than once will find the same set or type of stuffs again.
13. The Indoor
A simple name with wide range of items that is open to all seven days in a week. With more than half a century of vendors, the number of items is going to increase with the new vendors. The items include home décor, furniture, jewelry, antiques and electronics. The market is open from 10am to 6pm every day.
14. Garden City Flea Market
A mix of a bargain hunting and selecting from the best, the Garden City Flea market comes with a huge selection of household items, books, garden tools, electrical items, etc. This is a must visit flea for the junkers out there. The market is open from 10am to 6pm from Tuesday to Friday.
Founded in the RiNo Arts district of Denver in 2014, this is one of the best urban flea markets in Denver. If you were to visit Denver, please do visit this festival which treats not just with goods, but also with food, beer, music and live entertainment. Taking place every year, this brings you Denver’s best craft sellers.
Above mentioned are the best flea markets in Colorado. Make sure you turn up to one or many of these places, whenever to visit Colorado.