10 Best Flea Markets In North Dakota

  • HEENA SINGLA
  • UPDATED Jul 04, 2018
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North Dakota has a few seasonal flea markets which are known for their goods and services. The market has products range of coins, books, collectibles, toys, antiques, eateries, and more. These flea markets are perfect for a family day out. People from neighboring states also visit these flea markets. If you find something that is trash for you, attend these flea markets and participate in the swaps, it might be useful for some other person. There are not many markets which stay year-round. Mostly the market is seasonal and provides a must-visit environment for its people.

You will be amazed to see the hidden treasure these markets & events have.

1. Minot Flea Market

The Minot flea market is the largest flea market in the country. It opens 8-9 times in a year and sees the largest crowd including people from neighboring states as well. It is a MUST visit for the ones in Minot or come mainly for the events. People who enjoy bargaining and buying or even wishes to sell besides having fun, this is the best place to be.

The market opens at State Fairgrounds, North Dakota. It accommodates tons of visitors in one go.

2. Jbros-n-me Gallery (94 Flea Market) 

The Jbros-n-Gallery flea is the busiest flea market in the country and accommodates thousands of tourists with hundreds of vendors.

The specialty of the market is the antiques and eateries it offers to its people. There is so much of potential to explore in the market and grow with it. It is located in Jamestown at I-94, Exit no. 256. Hop in your car if you are nearby and don't miss the chance to explore the Galleria and collect souvenirs.

3. Junkfest

The market is called Junkfest but has the extravaganza flavor in its products. You can find rare pieces which you might not get anywhere else. The markets are open annually. The location for the flea fest is Foster County Fairgrounds in Carrington. It has various activities to do once it is open. It is one of the biggest festivals in the country. This year the 12th Annual Junkfest will be held on 10th September. The festival has music, food, markets, and much more. 

The people who have visited here have never gone back empty-handed. You will love the crazy experience. 

4. Flea Market at Trader Grover

The market opens from May to October between 10 am to 5 pm every 3rd Saturday. Even if you don't want to buy anything, it is still an excellent place to visit and have fun. Apart from the product range of books to antiques and more, you can enjoy all the eateries. The site is a new addition to North Dakota's flea market and has already seen the love in its initial years itself.

The location of the market is Valley City's prime spot. The trader Grover opens at 117th Ave South-east in the Valley City and is very feasible to reach.

5. Fancy and Plain Antique Mall Flea Market

As the name suggests, you can get the same. All the products it offers are new, unique and mostly handcrafted. The main attraction of the Antique Mall Flea Market is the antique handicrafts. It opens every 3rd Saturday in Grand Forks. It is open from 9 am to 4 pm in the Washington Street. The mall also offers many other things apart from these products. Come and explore yourself.

6. Corn feed and flea market

The market is located in Bismarck at Bismarck Junction. The market opens annually from 9 am to 4 pm. The site not only sees the flea market opening but also has various events such as fundraising events, Brittin Grain Elevator Moving fund event, and various music events.

You will also enjoy various eateries offering corn made dishes and others. Since the marketplace is in a vintage town, it provides multiple activities for children as well as numerous exhibitions for adults as well. There is a $5 admission fee for people aging above nine years. Apart from this festival, you can visit every Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm and enjoy the historical place of Bismarck which is under Missouri Valley Historic Society.

7. Downtown Arts Market

The market is open every Thursday in June, July, and August from 5 to 9 pm. It offers live entertainment along with the vendor markets all around. The marketplace is mainly meant for the celebration of Art & Community. It is located in 116 First Eve. S. Jamestown. Be sure to explore the Downtown Jamestown and explore the unique vendors and its boutiques. 

8. Fargo Pridefest Marketplace

It is located in the13the Ave. S. Fargo in North Dakota. It is open from 10 am to 5 pm annually. The vendors sell their unique products along with their unique ideas to please visitors. Apart from the vendor booths, the place offers live entertainment, food & drinks, and art & craft. The market has vendor booths indoors as well as outdoors which are supported by communities and local businessman. Anyone can join the fest if they want to perform just by registering on their website.

9. Greater Grand Forks County Fair

The fair is a 5-day festival held annually in June from Wednesday to Sunday. The timings for the festival are: 

Wednesday & Thursday - 3 pm to 11 pm

Friday- 3 pm to 12 am

Saturday- 10 am to 12 am

Sunday- 12 pm to 6 pm

The fair has so much to offer. You can enjoy various vendor booths having unique products for everyone. Apart from vendor booths ice-cream parlors, dog & horse shows, exhibitions, concerts, and more are amongst the activities which can be enjoyed with friends and family. 

10. Arts on the Western Edge

It is an annual event hosted in the Kings Pavillion of DSU Campus, Dickinson (Nort Dakota). It is a community fest organized annually in June from 11 am to 3 pm. Various vendors are selling artistic products. It includes everything from art booths to culinary vendors and children activity centers and more. It is a local fest featuring local artists and sellers. Visit and explore it with friends and family.

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