15 Best Flea Markets in Wisconsin

  • VERONICA DELACRUZ
  • UPDATED Jul 05, 2018
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Wisconsin often referred to as the dairy state because of its vast amount of good cheese supply throughout the year the rest of the country. But this place is more than just cheese and other dairy products.  Visitors and tourist flock to the city because of its beautiful lakes, rivers and other sightseeing attractions.  But the best part about this state is that it is home to one of the best flea markets in the country.

Here you will find antiques, second-hand goods, fresh producers, items needed for day to day life and everything.  Wisconsin is the perfect place to hone your bargaining skills and carry some precious items so that you can swap it for that one particular thing you have always wanted in your cupboards.

Here, we have pooled a list of 15 best flea markets in Wisconsin for you not to miss. 

1. MadCity Bazaar 

MadCity Bazaar founded in 2014 was designed based on the model of Brooklyn   Flea market and is one of the serenest centers for anyone to sell their artworks crafts food vintage and antique collections in the capital city of Wisconsin. With its neatly arranged settings, one would love to go to this market frequently.

Address: 1904 Winnebago St., Madison, Wisconsin

Type: Outdoor

Season: May to September

Working days: 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month

Timing: 9 AM to 3 PM

2. Crazy Frank’s Flea Market

This small Flea market is located in Iowa County and has around 100 vendors who focus mainly on antiques, furniture, pottery and other sorts of collectibles. The shop opens at 9 A.M and closes at 5 p.m. throughout the year. The catchy headline on the banner outside which says, “Thousands of items just for Peanuts” is indeed the perfect welcome note.

Address: 611 Hwy 61 S., Readstown, Wisconsin

Type: Indoor

Season: Year-round

Working days: Everyday

Timing: 9 AM to 5 PM

3. 7 Mile Fair

7 Mile fair is one of the biggest flea markets in the state of Wisconsin and is the perfect destination for family shopping. Established in the 1960s, it has continued to grow bigger and bigger by adding more stalls each weekend. The best part about this Flea market is that you get all sorts of items at very reasonable cost with special offers depending on the season.

Address: 2720 W. 7 Mile Road Caledonia, Wisconsin

Type: Indoor and Outdoor

Season: Year-round

Working days: Saturdays and Sundays

Timing: 9 AM to 5 PM

4. Elkhorn Antique Flea Market

Started in the 1980s, the Elkhorn Flea market today features around 500 vendors in the Walworth county fairgrounds. The stalls in this market include everything from home furnishings to Toys, household goods, and furniture. This market also has a garage sale-style seller giving the customers the perfect bargaining opportunity.

Address:  411 E. Court Street, Elkhorn, Wisconsin

Type: Outdoor

Season: Nil

Working days: May 20, June 24, Aug 12, Sept 30

Timing: 7 AM onwards

5. Dodge County Fair Flea Market

 They Dodge County Flea Market Takes place in the Dodge County Fairgrounds throughout the year. The products sold here include unique goods, rare collectibles, vintage clothing and other handcrafted works. This place also boasts about free entry and parking making it one of the famous family flea markets.

Address: 33, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

Type: Indoor and Outdoor

Season: June to September (2018)

Working days: June 16, June 30, July 21, August 25, September 15

Timing: 8 AM to 2 PM

6. Wilmot Flea Market

With Fun family-friendly atmosphere the Wilmot Flea market has the best collection of second-hand goods and Furnishings.  Each weekend, new vendors come in giving the customers a massive selection of items to choose. To grab the best products, one must set out to this market early.

Address: 30820 111th street, Wilmot, Wisconsin

Type: Outdoor

Season: April to October

Working days: Sundays

Timing: 7 AM to 2 PM

7. Waterford Unique Antique Market

 This place is a perfect destination for antique lovers, which is open every day of the week except on Mondays.  With more than 60 vendors this place has Wisconsin’s best collection of antique items. Apart from it the vendors also sell chocolates, candles, homeware, and jewelry.  This market is also the perfect place for your kids, a set of vintage toys collection.

Address: 209 N. Milwaukee St., Waterford, Wisconsin

Type: Indoor

Season: Year-round

Working days: Every day except Mondays

Timing: 10 AM to 5 PM

8. Rummage-A-Rama

The Flea market at Wisconsin's County Fair Park and Conference Center is the perfect one-stop shop for everyone out there. The place has over 100 vendors selling different day to day items and also features a collection of Vintage and rare antiques. This place also has plenty of parking space.

Address: 3000 Hwy PV, West Bend, Wisconsin

Type: Indoor

Season: February, June & October

Working days: Pre-destined dates

Timing: 9 AM to 4 PM (Saturday) and 3 PM (Sunday)

9. The Princeton Flea Market

 The Princeton Flea market is the best Flea market in the Midwest. Thousands of customers flock in during the summer season to grab the fantastic deals that this place has to offer. With free admission and parking, there is nothing to stop people from barging into this market. Keep in mind the proverb, “Early bird catches the worm.”

Address: Princeton Youth Park, Princeton, Wisconsin

Type: Outdoor

Season: April to October

Working days: Saturdays

Timing: 6 AM onwards

10.  Pea Pickin’ Flea Market

This place is a traditional Flea market that takes place every weekend between April and October. Even though it may not look perfect from the outside, this place has one of the finest collections of books, records, and clothing apart from the antique collection. The regular food stalls at this venue will help you satisfy your hunger after a thorough shopping.

Address: 1977 U.S 8 Saint Croix Falls, Wisconsin

Type: Indoor and Outdoor

Season: April to October

Working days: Saturdays and Sundays

Timing: 8 AM onwards

11.  Adams Flea Market

 Extent over an area of 11 acres and infrastructure of 12 buildings, this market is one of people's favorite shopping destination. This place also has free admission and parking and features around 100  vendors of different items. The fresh produce, as well as flowers, have always been the highlight apart from the rare antique collection.

Address: 556 S Main St, Adams, Wisconsin 

Type: Outdoor

Season: May to October

Working days: Saturdays and Sundays

Timing: 8 AM to 4 PM

12. Antigo Wisconsin Flea Market

 People arrive at this Flea market in the Langlade County fairgrounds very early to beat other customers and grab the perfect item. This market featuring plenty of second-hand furniture collectibles, arts, and other equipment takes place between May and September. The fair takes place on the weekends but not on all of them. 

Address: 1633 Neva Rd, Antigo, Wisconsin

Type: Outdoor

Season: May to September

Working days: Selected Saturdays and Sundays

Timing: 7 AM to 4 PM

13. Shawano Flea Market

Held in the Shawano county fairgrounds between April and October and moved to the Shawano Community Hall during the winter is one of the people’s favorite markets in Wisconsin. Apart from the vast array of products sold in the market, there are tasty food and refreshing drink vendors here to please you.

Address: Langlade Co. Fairgrounds, Antigo, Wisconsin

Type: Outdoor

Season: April to October

Working days: Sundays

Timing: 7 AM to 4 PM

14. Jackson Flea Market

 This Flea market is a fusion of craft fair and the usual business. This new market opened recently, has now over 70 vendors selling farm supplies, artworks, collectibles, pottery, and other handicraft goods.  Each market event has a different theme and features live music making it a favorite destination for both vendors and customers alike.

Address: Jackson Flea Market, Wisconsin

Type: Indoor

Season: May to October

Working days: Saturdays and Sundays

Timing: 8 AM onwards

15. Crivitz Flea Market

Mainly focusing on farmers produce this Flea market located in the small town has around 30 vendors. Apart from farm producers this place also features antiques and homemade goods and is a perfect destination for customers because of the offers and cheap rate.

Address: 800 Henriette Ave, Crivitz, Wisconsin

Type: Outdoor

Season: Year-round

Working days: Thursdays

Timing: 8 AM to 2 PM

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