15 Best Flea Markets in North Carolina

  • VERONICA DELACRUZ
  • UPDATED Jun 01, 2018
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North Carolina is state with its gorgeous vista spans from the landscaped sea beaches of Atlantic Ocean to the ranges of Appalachian Mountains; placed in the southeastern part of the United States. Apart from its lustrous natural beauty, there are plenty of sightseeing places here which attract millions of tourists all over the world round the year. There are several world famous stores, boutiques, etc to shop. Apart from that if someone wants a budget friendly shopping, for that also there are plenty of options. There are a number of flea markets in North Carolina where one can get local items, antique pieces, lovely foods and many more. Here we discuss 15 best flea markets in North Carolina, so that one can have a fair idea from where to shop in North Carolina.

The 15 best flea markets in North Carolina are as follows:

1. Smiley’s Flea Market is one of the big market in North Carolina

Smiley’s Flea Market is very good weekend flea market placed in Henderson County. This flea market runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6 o’clock in the morning till 5 o’clock in the evening. It is located on the northern part of Highway 25. It is a huge market with large number of vendors and the most number of vendors in any market in North Carolina. Here the vendor sells apparel, antiques, plants, books, appliances and collectibles. The mouthwatering food stalls and restaurants are here in Smiley’s, they serve almost every kind of food from ice cream to Mexican foods. Apart from that there is salon and the barber shop for hair cut and the shop for repairing jewellery to electrical goods everything.

2. Raleigh Flea Market is one of the biggest flea market in North Carolina

Raleigh Flea Market is the most renowned flea market started in the year 1970. It is located in the State Fairgrounds on the Blue Ridge Road. This flea market runs every weekend of every month except October when there is the time of State Fair. The market runs every Saturdays and Sundays from 9 o’clock in the morning to 6 o’clock in the evening. There are more than 1,000 vendors now who sell arts and crafts here, furniture, clothing, antiques, food and more. There is no entry fee and parking is also free.

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3. Brightleaf Flea Market is huge Flea Market in Johnston’s County

The Brightleaf Flea Market located in Johnston’s County. It has a huge area of 100,000 sq. ft. indoor shopping complex and also an outdoor shopping area consist few hundred shopping stalls selling home ware and ornaments. The market runs on Saturdays and Sundays from 8 o’clock in the morning to 5 o’clock in the evening. There entry is free and also free parking. The vendors almost sell everything here in Brightleaf from fruit and vegetables to books, collectable coins, cleaning products, plants and wedding dresses whatever is needed in life. The mouthwatering food stalls and restaurants are here and they serve almost every kind of food from ice cream to Mexican foods.

4. Barnyard Flea Market is a good place to spend the family weekend

The Barnyard Flea Market is held for last 20 years, and its facilities attract thousands of people. There are 500 vendors in the market and each and every item needed in human life is available here. There the shoppers bargain to get good value for money. For customers conveniences there is covered Parking, Restrooms, snack bars, restaurants and wide walk way. The place is so cozy that people come here with family to spend their weekend here.

5. Jamestown Flea & Farmers Market is full of a variety of products

Jamestown Flea & Farmers Market is running for about 38 years and it is one of the renowned markets of North Carolina. Round the year the market runs on Saturdays and Sundays from 7 o’clock in the morning to 4 o’clock in the evening. A number of vendors sell products like clothing, antiques, furniture, gardening equipment and other unique items here. There are a lot of vendors sell a variety of delicious foods like doughnuts, hotdogs, hamburgers, snow cones, cotton candy and so on. There is everything available to make each and every member of family happy.

6. The Sweet Union Flea Market has the facility of both indoor and outdoor shopping

The Sweet Union Flea Market is the biggest and most excellent flea market in Charlotte. There are 300 vendors sell both indoor and outdoor stalls. This The Sweet Union Flea Market is open on weekends; on Saturdays it runs from 8 am to 3 pm and in Sundays it runs from 8 am to 4 pm. A number of vendors sell products like clothing, antiques, furniture, jewellery and other unique items here and the shoppers bargain a lot. For customers conveniences there is Restrooms and restaurants. There is a huge variety of street foods available here. Six or seven food trucks are here to serve delicious Mexican food like tacos, churros, etc.

7. The Farmers Market Flea Market is a mix market of traditional as well as modern goods

The Farmers Market Flea Market is located in Lexington and here the shopper will get the traditional goods and also the modern items at the same time. This market runs from last fifty years, so the vintage items, fresh produce and also the handmade goods are there in the shops. This market runs on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from 7 am to 12.30 pm. Beside the antiques, clothing, furniture, jewellery, home decorating items, there are fresh fruit and vegetables, baked food items and homemade gifts which the local vendors sell. There are unique types of toiletries, gardening products and the cleaning products which the buyers can bargain and buy. There is also variety of home products.

8. The Flea Body’s in North Carolina is a wonderful collection of antiques and traditional goods

The Flea Body’s in North Carolina is an old traditional market. There one can find the rare collection of antique pieces. This market is located in Wilmington and the best antique market in state. In the Flea Body’s vendors, there sell hand crafted items, household products and furniture. The shopping area is big; more than 7,000 square feet and it is open every day in a week. If one doesn’t want to buy he can only visit the place and watch its rare collections. There is the workshop area inside it where the products are repaired and refurbished.

9. The Twice As Nice Flea Market is a nice place with both traditional and modern items

The Twice As Nice Flea Market is placed in Jacksonville of Onslow County. In The Twice As Nice Flea Market, there is a space of 24,000 sq. ft where more than a hundred vendors sell products and it is open every day in a week. The vendors sell antiques, vintage dresses, traditional home decors and furniture. In the vendors list, new vendors are joining who normally sell the modern goods. There are several stores of sports equipment, kids clothing, comics and toys, etc which the kids will love the most. The Twice As Nice Flea Market has the facility of the computer repairing and cleaning facility on the spot.

10. The Cooks Flea Market is the biggest indoor flea market in North Carolina

The Cooks Flea Market was started in 1983 and running tremendously well till today. It is the biggest indoor flea market in North Carolina. There is an area of 150,000 square feet area with 500 stalls which will take almost a day to see all the stalls. Flea Market is open on weekends; on Saturdays it runs from 8 am and on Sundays it runs from 9 am. For customers conveniences there is free Parking facility. There is good collection of antiques, clothing or other collectibles where customer can bargain for good prices. There is a huge range of international food stalls, so people can have some delicious items of Mexican, Latin, and Asian food.

11. The 311 Flea Market is a market with unique items

The 311 Flea Market in Randolph County has a huge collection of goods. There are more than hundred both indoor and outdoor vendors sell unique and innovative goods, not only new, second hand goods are also available. There shoppers can get fresh products to electronics and electrical goods. It is completely a bargainers place. This flea market runs every Saturday and Sunday, Saturdays from 7 o’clock in the morning till 3 o’clock in the evening and on Sundays from 8 o’clock in the morning till 3 o’clock in the evening. There is also huge variety of delicious foods are available.

12. Decker’s Flea Market is a small yet a good flea market in Murphy

The Decker’s Flea Market is a small flea market located in Murphy is one of North Carolina’s best flea markets. It is a weekend market with variety of products and both locals and tourists enjoy the place tremendously.

13. Open Air Market is a popular Flea Market in Charlotte

The Open Air Market is located in Charlotte, and it is one of the popular flea markets in Charlotte. Round the year every weekend it is open. There huge variety of traditional and modern items and lovely food is available here.

14. The Starway Flea Market sells both traditional and modern items

The Starway Flea Market is located in Wilmington and it is the biggest Flea Market in Wilmington. Round the year every weekend it is open. There huge variety of traditional and modern items and lovely food is available here.

15. Uncle Bill’s Flea Market is the unique flea market in North Carolina

The Uncle Bill’s Flea Market in Whittier of Jackson County is a wonderful market and the most unique flea market in North Carolina. It is a running from the 1980s and both locals and tourists enjoy the place tremendously. It is a family run flea market with a huge collection of everything like apparel, car parts, home decor, traditional items, pet supplies under a roof. There is 10 acres space with 200 shops with lucrative items which attract shoppers. It is open round the year. The market is open for three days, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Friday it runs from 9 am to 4 pm and; Saturday and Sunday it runs from 8 am to 4 pm

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