These Are Some Of The Best Flea Markets In Iowa
Visiting flea markets and antique shows in the Midwest is a popular pastime for many Iowans. Every year my family visits flea markets throughout Iowa so when Only In Your State released a list of what they called the best flea markets in Iowa I was excited to see it.
Personally, I've been to two of the four spots on this list and can say I have really found some great stuff at these markets. If you've been to one of these spots let us know what you think on our app.
The List Of Great Flea Markets
I plan on checking out all these spots when they are up and running again.
- The Geneva Market
Located at Maynes Grove, They’re typically open a full weekend. Everyone is welcome to visit all day long. The organizers of this event are very proud of this market. OIYS went on to say,
You'll find vendors like the Iron Garden with incredible yard art, handmade items, and crafts. With up to 100 vendors, this flea market is worth the trip. Plan to visit the Geneva Markets twice yearly, usually once in May, and once in September
- What Cheer Flea Market
located on the main road of a small town at the Keokuk County Fairgrounds in What Cheer. This massive flea market often has more than 500 vendors, I've been to this one, and it is great! You can learn more on their website here. This is one of the biggest and best flea markets in Iowa.
- The Wapello Flea Market
My personal favorite is located at 709 US-61 in Wapello. It is a great event to check out if you're a fan of flea markets and love shopping. Information about this event goes on to say
Southeast Iowa, Antiques-Crafts-Produce and More!
Third Saturday of each month April Thru October.
Saturday 8:am to 4:pm and Sunday 8:am to 2:pm
Free Admission - Free Parking, Find us on Facebook
1/2 hr. North of Burlington, 1/2 hr. South of Muscatine,
1 hr Southwest of Quad Cities on Hwy 61
- The Ladora Junque-tion Market
I had never heard of this one. Located at 804 Iowa Street in Ladora. This spot offers a fantastic blend of unique shopping options in Iowa. Only In Your State went on to say,
This market is a great mix of everything you expect to see at a Midwestern flea market.This flea market happens twice each year.