California

5606 s. Broadway market 
5606 s. Broadway ave. Operates weekly 10am-4pm. 10 dealers and 5 booths. $50 for rent. Free parking.  
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Addis Flea Market 
Open 24 hours. 100,000 dealers. 5,000 booths. $10 for rent. Free parking.  
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Alameda Swap Meet 
4501 S Alameda St, between 45th St & Slauson. Daily, except Tuesday. weekdays 10am-7pm; weekends 8am-7pm. New merchandise only, clothing, crafts, electronics, furniture, jewelry, toys, plus fresh produce. 323.233.2764  
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Alemany Flea Market 
100 Alemany Blvd. Every Sunday. 8am-4pm. (Home of California’s oldest and largest Farmers Market every Saturday.) Selling antiques & collectibles and loads of miscellaneous merchandise. Free admission & parking. 415.647.9423.  
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Alpine Village Swap Meet 
833 W Torrance Blvd. Every Tues through Sun. 6am-3:30pm. Admission: 50c/person. 323.770.1961 or 310.327.4384.  
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Anaheim Market Place 
Located on S. Anaheim Blvd.Less than 1/2 mile from Disneyland. Orange County’s largest indoor swap meet. Open every day except Tuesday. Open 10 to7.  
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Anaheim Outdoor Faire 
1811-1819 W Lincoln Ave. 2nd Sunday of every month. 714.778.2522  
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Annual Peddlers Faire & Antique Market 
On Sutter St. The Antique Market in the spring is the third Sunday in April, and the Peddler’s Antique and Collectible Faire, in the fall is the third Sunday in September. Rain date is the following Sunday. Harvest Festival is the last Saturday in October. 8am-5pm. Outdoors market with 300 dealers selling antiques & collectibles, no new merchandise. Pamela Dulyea. 916.985.7452 or 916.985.2698  
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Antelope Valley Swap Meet at Four Points 
5550 Pear Blossom Hwy at intersection w/Hwy 138, 5 mi E of Palmdale. Saturday & Sunday year round. Sat 7am-4pm; Sun 6am-4pm. 350 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, clothing, crafts, furniture, jewelry, fresh produce. Admission – 50c on Sat, $1 on Sun. 805.273.0456 Day of meet, 805.533.9102  
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Atwater Flea Market 
2877 Atwater Boulevard, Atwater exits off highway 99 from south or north put you on Atwater Boulevard. Open on Thursdays, Sundays 7 am to 3 pm. With 80 dealers and 120 booths. Free parking.  
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Auction City & Flea Market 
8521 Folsom Blvd; use Hwy 50 going to Lake Tahoe, take Watt Ave S to Folsom Blvd, then R less than 1 mi. Every Saturday & Sunday, rain or shine. 7am-5pm. 250-300 dealers. Indoors/outdoors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, fresh produce. 916.383.0880 or 916.383.0950  
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Azusa Swap Meet 
675 E Foothill Blvd, 1 mi N of 210 Freeway, Azusa Ave exit. Every Sunday 6am-4pm.-400-800 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, furniture, jewelry, crafts, fresh produce. 714.640.4603 Day of market, 626.334.8915  
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Bakersfield Fairground Swap Meet 
Kern County Fairgrounds, jct of Ming & Union. Tuesday, Saturday & Sunday year round, Tues 6am-2pm; Sat 6am-3pm; Sun 5am-3pm. Outdoor market. 300-400 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, crafts, new & used merchandise, fresh produce. Admission – $1; parking 50c on Saturday, $1 on Sunday. Ed Murphy. 805.397.1504 or 805.833.1733  
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Bel-Air Swap Meet 
17565 Valley Blvd. Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday. 6am-3pm. Outdoors. Over 600 vendors year round. Antiques & collectibles, crafts, new & used merchandise, fresh produce. Admission – 50c/person. 909.875.3000 or 323.754.3000  
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Berkeley Flea Market 
Ashby BART Station, off Hwy 80, take the Ashby Ave exit; market located on Ashley Ave & Martin Luther King Way. Sat & Sun year round. 7am-7pm. Averages 190 dealers selling antiques, collectibles, clothing, tools, used furniture, household goods & ethnic products. Charisse Cronland. 510.664.0744  
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Berryessa 
From 680 South, take Berryessa, make right. Travel about mile, and you’ll see the signs. Operates Wednesday thru Sunday, 7 AM to 5:30 PM. Extremely huge!  
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Big Fresno Flea Market 
Fresno Fairgrounds, 1121 S Champ. Every Sat & Sun. 6am-3pm. Averages up to 200 vendors selling miscellaneous collectibles and used merchandise. 209.268.3646  
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Bizarre Bazaar 
1850 Connectucut, Building #3 At Cezar Chavez (Army). Open daily 10.00 am -6.00 pm. his is a collection of artists and travellers selling individually crafted items.415-289-7082.  
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Boonville’s Annual Veteran’s Flea Market 
Veterans Building, off Hwy 128 downtown. Two 4-day weekends each year (Friday through Monday) over Memorial Day Weekend and Labor Day Weekend. 8am-5pm. 50-75 vendors with antiques, collectibles, books, clothing, crafts, furniture, jewelry, stamps/coins, toys, new & used merchandise. P. Thomasson. 707.895.3452  
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Buhach Flea Market 
At the Atwater Livestock Auction; from N or S Hwy 99, take Buhach/Castle Airport exit. Watch for signs, just off freeway, 2 mi S of Atwater, 4 mi N of Merced. Every Monday 5:30am-2pm. 209.722.0160  
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Buyer’s Index 
A service of Wired Markets, Inc. 1045 Via Mil Cumbres Solana Beach, CA 92075 USAEmail: bindex@nethere.com Tel: 858 793-0085 Fax: 858 793-3680.  
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Cal Gran Theatres & Swap Meets 
3250 Windsox Court. Call for date. Bob Gran, Jr. 559-706-7311 Fax.559-673-3936. calgran@hotmail.com  
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Cal Polly Pomona Antique Collectible Market 
Cal Polly Pomona University parking lot, 3801 W. Temple Ave. 3rd Saturday of every month. 7am-2pm. 909.869.5315.  
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Cal’s Depot Flea Market. Jct of Black Olive & Pearson Rds 
Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 9am-4pm. Indoors/outdoors. 30-50 vendors indoors, many more outdoors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise. 916.872.4943  
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Cal’s Flea Market 
Silver Dollar Fairgrounds, at Fair St & Park. Every weekend, except when the fairgrounds are being used for something else, 9am-4pm. Call for confirmation. Indoors year round. Up to 50 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise. 916.892.9205.  
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California State University Antique Flea Market 
Next to Olympic Velodrome Stadium, 1000 E. Victoria St at Avalon. Easy access from the 405, 91 or 110 freeways, exit Avalon to Victoria St. Fourth Sunday of every month. 7-3. Over 225 sellers. 310.516.4000  
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Capitol Flea Market. 
Capitol Expressway at Monterey Hwy. Thursday-Sunday, 6am-5:30pm. Outdoor market with from 500-900 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, clothing, crafts, jewelry new & used merchandie, furniture, fresh produce, poultry. Admission – 50c on Thurs, Friday free, Sat $1.25, Sun $1.50 408.225.5800.  
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Capitola Drive-in 
Capital Expy & Snell. Open weedend thur – Sun 7.00am – 5.30 pm. 900 dealer. Free parking.  
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Central Coast Outdoor Antique & Collectible Market 
At Oceano Airport, 561 Air Park Drive (near Pismo Beach). 2nd Saturday of every month. 805.481.9095  
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Ceres Flea Market 
1651 E Whitmore Avenue, off Hwy 99. Every weekend, 6am-3pm. Outdoors and under cover, rain or shine. 400-450 vendors. New & used merchandise, clothing, crafts, furniture, collectibles, jewelry, fresh produce. Admission – $1 per carload on Sunday, free on Saturday. 209.537.9827  
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Chabot College Flea Market 
At 25555 Hesperian Blvd; From N take Hwy 880 S to Winton Ave W exit, go to third light, then L onto Hesperian; from the S, take 880 N to Jackson St, Hwy 92, and go W toward San Mateo Bridge to Hesperian Blve N exit. Third Sat of every month. 8am-4pm. averages 200-300 vendors with collectibles, crafts, household items. Joanne Simonson. 510.786.6918 or 510.786.6914  
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Cherry Avenue Auction, Inc 
4640 Cherry Ave, between Central and American Aves. Open every Tuesday and Saturday. 6:30am-5pm. Take Hwy 99 to Jensen Ave exit, go W 1 bk to Cherry and then S to yard. Over 800 dealers selling everything from antiques & collectibles to new merchandise and fresh produce. Admission is free; parking is $1 per car. 556.266.9856  
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Clearlake Flea Market 
16080 Davis St, off Hwy 53. Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 9am-4pm. Indoors/outdoors, rain or shine. 75 to 100 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, jewelry, furniture, crafts. 707.995.2304  
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Coliseum Swap Shop 
5401 Coliseum Way; 1/2 mi S of Oakland Coliseum. Tuesday through Sunday. Starts at 6:30am. 400 dealers selling everything, including wide range of antiques and collectibles, but also new & used merchandise and fresh produce. Admission – Tues & Thurs – 50c; Fri – 75c; Sat & Sun – $1. 510.534.0325 for recorded message, 510.533.1601  
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Conservation Marketplace 
1300 Senter Road. Open 8:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. Flea Market will be at Happy Hollow Park & Zoo located inside Kelley Park on the corner of Senter Road & Story Road.  
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County Fair 
West Whitebridge Rd. Outdoor market open every Sunday year round. 559-674-8372 office  
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Cow Antique & collectible Shows. 
Palace, off Hwy 101. Several times each year. Call for dates or visit website. Sat 8am-7pm; Sun 9am-5pm. 500 dealers selling antiques & collectibles. Admission – $5 for adults; $2.50 under 17, Free under 12, parking is around $5. Palmer Wirfs & Associates. 503.282.0877 FAX 503.282.2953.  
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Cypress College Swap Meet 
9200 Valley View Street. Open every weekend. None parking fee. (714)952-9355  
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De Anza College Flea Market 
21250 Stevens Creek Blvd. First Saturday of every month, rain or shine. 8am-4pm. Outdoor market. 900 booths selling antiques & collectibles, fine arts, crafts, new merchandise. Admission is free although there is a $2 parking fee. 408.864.8414  
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Denio’s Roseville Farmer’s Market & Auction 
1551 Vineyard Rd; I-80 to Roseville/Riverside exit, L on Cirby Way, R on Foothill Blvd to Vineyard, then R. Every Friday through Sunday, rain or shine. Fri 8am-4pm; Sat & Sun 7am-5pm. Admission – 50c; parking – $2. pe car. 916.782.2704  
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Diamond Springs Sunday Flea Market 
484 Pleasant Valley Rd. Open every Sunday 7AM – 2PM. No parking fee. Friendly Local Community Atmosphere  
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Downtown Santa Cruz Antique & Collectibles Faire 
Corner of Cedar & Lincoln. 2nd Sunday of every month year round. 9am-4pm. Sponsored by Downtown Association of Santa Cruz. Free parking. Free admission. 831.429.8433.  
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East Los Angeles College Swap Meet 
1301 Avenida Cesar Chaves. Call for date. Al Rendon. 323-265-8613 Fax. 323-265-8687.  
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Eclectibles on Melrose 
Melrose Avenue; Traveling East or West on the Santa Monica Freeway (#10) take La Brea exit North to Melrose Avenue turn Left (West) 1 block on Right. Open every 3rd Saturday of month 9.00 am – 4.00 pm. We are new & will specialize in true antiques & collectibles.  
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Eclectibles on Melrose 
7171 Melrose Avenue, 1 bk W of La Brea between Detroit & Formosa. 3rd Sat & Sun of each month. 10am-4pm. Over 100 vendors with antiques and collectibles. Jan Striemer. 323.876.7356  
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El Dorado County Fairground, monthly swap meet 
Hwy. 50, Placerville Dr. Exit, 1/4 mile North on Placerville Dr., across from Big-O Tires.Operates monthly, 1st Saturday 6 to 2.  
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Elk’s lodge parking lot sale 
121 Martinelli St.;from hiway 129 turn on lincoln st.then right on east lake to martinelli st.we are on the corner of east lake and martinelli. Open in the third sunday of month 8Am To 4Pm. 150 dealers and 150 booths. No parking fee.  
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Epperson Brothers Auction and Flea Market 
5091 Fig Tree Lane, 1 mi S of Redding International Airport. Saturday & Sunday, year round, rain or shine. Sunup to sundown. 100-150 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts, furniture. Admission – $1/carload on Sun; free on Sat. Auctions are held every Wed at 6:30pm & 1pm every Sun. 530.365.7242.  
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Escondido Swap Meet 
635 West Mission Ave. Wednesday through Sunday. Wed & Thurs 6:30am-4pm; Fri 1:30-9:30pm; Sat & Sun 6am-4pm. Indoor/outdoor market with mostly new merchandise. Admission – 50c on Wed, 35C on Thursday, 75c on Fri & Sat, $1 on Sun. 760.745.3100  
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Fantasy Faire Flea Market & Craft Show 
Between Palm Springs & Los Angeles, short distance off Rtes 15, 215 and 91 (check website http://users.aol.com/FantasyFCW for map). Saturdays and Sundays. Vendors can display their crafts and new items in the Crafts Show or sell used products (no food, drugs or fire arms) in the Flea Mart. Picnic area. Auction for collectibles at 10am on Saturday. Free admission & free parking. 909.776.0391  
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Farmer’s Market Flea Market 
Alemany; Exit 101 at Alemany Blvd. Operates weekly, 6 to 4. Good all around flea market, good antique selection and prices.  
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Flea Mart by the Bay 
1200 West Del Norte, off Hwy 101. Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Starting at 8am. Indoors year round. 50-70 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, crafts, jewelry, furniture. Leah Patton. 707.443.3103  
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Fontana Indoor Swap Meet 
Located on Sierra Avenue  
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Football College Flea Market 
12345 El Monte Rd at college parking lot F. Third Sat of every month, year round. 8am-3pm. 200 dealers selling antiques, collectibles, fine arts, crafts, vintage clothing, jewelry, affluent garage sale items. 650.948.6417  
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Forty and Eight Flea Market 
Just off Hwy 12 on Maple Ave, on grounds of the Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Bldg and across from the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. One Sunday each month from May through September (call for dates).707.522.9391.  
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Forty-Niner Drive-In Swap Meet 
At the 49er Drive-In Theater, I-80 at Raley Blvd exit, 2 mi W of McClellan Air Force Base. Thursday through Sunday. 7am-4pm. Outdoor market with from 100 to 250 dealers. Mostly used merchandise, garage sale items, some antiques & collectibles. Admission – 25c/person. 916.920.3530.  
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Friday at the Fairgrounds 
403 F Street; Take I-5 to SR 152 go East to Fourth Street and turn left to Fairgrounds. Open every Friday 4 p.m. until Dark. With 50 dealers and 100 booths. $20 for rent.  
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Galt Flea Market 
890 Caroline Ave; take Central Galt exit off Hwy 99, turn L on Fairway, follow signs to market. Every Tuesday and Wednesday. 6am-3pm. Two distinctly different markets here. Tuesday market specializes in new merchandise, crafts, clothing, jewelry and much more. The Wednesday market deals in antiques, collectibles, crafts, garage sale items. 209.745.4695  
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Geneva Swap Meet 
607 Carter, at Geneva Drive-In, next door to the Cow Palace. Saturday & Sunday, 7am-4pm. Outdoor market. 100 dealers. About half new merchandise, half old or used–antiques & collectibles. Admission – 25c on Saturday, 75c on Sunday. 650.587.0515  
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Glendale Community College Swap Meet 
Mountain Avenue near Verdugo Rd. Third Sunday of every month. 8am-3pm. 150-200 dealers. Mostly antiques and collectibles; no new merchandise. 818.240.1000 Ext. 5805 Mon-Thurs 8-5  
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Golden West College Swap Meet 
Between Golden West St & Edinger Ave. Saturday & Sunday, year round, rain or shine. 8am-3pm. 600-800 dealers. The Saturday market is strictly old goods, including antiques & collectibles; Sunday market is both old and new merchandise. 714.898.7927 for taped message or 714.895.8737 Tues-Fri during 8-11am office hours  
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Happy Valley Flea Market 
Strawberry Lane. Open year round starting in May 2000.  
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Harbor Marketplace 
12662 Chapman Avenue Open daily; except Tuesdays 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. year round. Approximately 60 dealers, 60 booths. $300/month to $1500/month for rent. Free Parking.  
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Hi-Way Drive-In Theatre Flea Market 
3170 Santa Maria Way, take Santa Maria exit off 101 Freeway. Every Sunday year round. 6am-noon. Between 100-150 vendors selling new and used merchandise, collectibles, crafts, fresh produce. Admission: 25c/person or $1 per carload. Bob Gran, Sr. 805.934.1582.  
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Hollywood /Edgemont 
4900 Edgemont, coming So on 101 exit Hollywood Blvd go left down to Edgemont. Open at first Sunday of month. 35 booths. $ 50 for rent.  
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Indoor Swapmeet of Stanton/International Market Place 
10401 Beach Blvd, between Rte 91 & 22 Freeway; 2 mi S of Knotts Berry Farm. Daily except Tuesday. Weekdays 10am-7pm; weekends 10am-6pm. David Anderson. 714.527.1112.  
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International Marketplace / Indoor Swapmeet of Stanton 
Beach Blvd. Weekdays 10 to7, Saturday & Sunday 10 to 6, year round.Closed on Tuesdays.  
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Jack London Square Antiques & Collectibles Market 
On the waterfront at the foot of Broadway. First Saturday of the month. 8am-4pm. Wide range of antiques & collectibles. Cannell Coyle & Company. 510.652.5728 FAX – 510.652.1715  
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John Muir P.T.A. Flea Market 
Corner of Lincoln & Ocean Park. 1st Saturday of every month. Antiques & collectibles, furniture, vintage clothing, glassware, pottery. Admission – $1.00 310.399.2629.  
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Jolly Giant Flea Market 
6719 Eastside Rd. Saturdays & Sundays year round. 6am-4pm. Indoors/outdoors. 150-250 dealers selling antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, fresh produce. Admission – $1.35 per family, 50c individual. 916.365.6458  
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Kern County Market Place 
Stable Avenue Kern County Fairgrounds, Tuesday , Saturday & Sunday 6 to 2, year round, except fair time last two weeks in September and 1st week of October.  
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King City Rotary Flea Market 
Salinas Valley Fairgrounds at 626 Division. Annually, 1st Sunday in April, rain or shine. 7am-4pm. Indoors/outdoors. 150 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, crafts, new merchandise, fresh produce. Admission – $2 for adults. 831.385.0414. Day of event, 831.385.3243  
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Kobey’s Swap Meet at the San Diego Sports Arena. 
3500 Sports Arena Blvd. Thursday through Sunday and every day of the week prior to Christmas. 7am-3pm. Admission – 50c Thurs & Fri; $1 weekends. 619.226.0650 recorded information, or 619.523.2700.  
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Lake Perris Old Time Swap Meet 
Lake Perris Fairgrounds; Take 215 to Romona Expressway. Go East to Lake Perris Drive. Saturday & Sunday 7 to 4, open market, new & used items, antiques, crafts, food & entertainment.  
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Lancaster Chamber of Commerce Semi-Annual Flea Market 
155 East Ave I, Antelope Valley Fairgrounds, corner of Ave I & Division St. First Sunday in May and October, rain or shine. 9am-4pm; 7am earlybirds. Indoor/outdoor market. 400-500 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts, jewelry, new & used merchandise, fresh produce. Admission – $3/person. 661.948.4518  
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Las Palmas Flea Market 
1600 block of N. Las Palmas;Take to 101 exit on Hollywood, head west to Las Palmas and look for street parking on the side streets or on Hollywood Blvd. Open every Sunday 11am-6pm. No parking fee. Caroline 323 280 2293  
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Lodi Street Faire 
Downtown Lodi on School St, between Lodi Ave & Lockeford St. First Sunday in May, First Sunday in October, rain or shine. 8am-4pm. Semi-annual fund raiser attracts 500 dealers selling antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts, new merchandise. 209.367.7840  
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Long Beach Antique & Collectible Market 
Veterans Stadium, located at Lakewood Blvd & Conant St, take San Diego Freeway (I-405) Exit Alkewood Blvd (north exit), R turn on Lakewood, go 1 mi to Conant St & turn R for 1 bk. 3rd Sunday of each month. Over 800 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, books, clothing, furniture, jewelry, toys, used merchandise. Only vintage antique or collectibles may be sold. Donald Moger. 323.655.5703  
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Maclin Markets- Victorville Swap Meet 
14800 Seventh Ave. Open every Sat and Sun 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Description: One of several Maclin Markets locations in the Southland. Family oriened market, ample parking.  
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Maclin’s Indio Open Air Market 
46-350 Arabia St; fm Hwy 111 take Monroe S, then E on Dr. Carreon to Arabia. Different from most of the other markets this one is in the evening. Every Wednesday and Saturday night. 5-10pm. Fresh produce, baked goods, merchandise & jewelry. 909.984.5131 or 800.222.7467 in California.  
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Maclin’s Lake Perris Open Air Market 
Lake Perris Fairgrounds, 18700 Lake Perris Dr. Every weekend, 5:30am-3pm. Indoors/outdoors, year round. 50-75 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, clothing, furniture, crafts, jewelry, tools, new & used merchandise, fresh produce. 909.940.5464 or 800.222.SHOP  
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Maclin’s Open Air Market 
1902 W Valley Blvd. Every Thursday & Saturday. 7:30am-3pm. 300 dealers in covered open-air market. Antiques & collectibles, fine arts & crafts, jewelry, home furnishings, clothing. Admission – 50c 909.877.3700 or 800.222.7467  
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Maclin’s Paso Robles Open-Air Market 
Mid-State Fairgrounds, 2198 Riverside Ave, jct of Hwy 46 & Riverside. First weekend of evey month. 6am-2pm. Many antiques, collectibles, clothing, fresh produce, new & used merchandise. 909.948.5131 or 800.222.7467 in California.  
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Maclin’s San Jacinto Open-Air Market 
789 N Lyon Ave; from I-215 exit onto the Ramona Expy E, continue to Potter Rd, turn R and at end of road, turn L onto De Anza, turn R onto Lyon Ave. Saturdays year round. 6am-2:30pm Between 100-150 vendors selling collectibles and new and used merchandise. 909.984.5131 or 800.222.7467.  
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Maclin’s Victorville Open-Air Market 
14800 7th St at San Bernardino County Fairgrounds; located off the 15 Fwy at Roy Rogers exit. Every Saturday & Sunday, 6am-2:30pm. Dealers selling collectibless, new & used merchandise, household goods. Admission – $1/adults. 909.984.5131 or 800.222.7467 in California.  
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Maclins Chino Open Air Market 
East Riverside Drive. Open Tuesday, Saturday & Sunday 7:30 to 3, year round. New and used merchandise, children’s pony rides, free admission on Saturday. Livestock auction on Tuesday at 9:30. Free parking. Reservations Friday 1 to 4.  
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Madera District Fair and Flea Market 
Highway “99″ and Cleveland Ave. Open every Wednesday 6am to 3pm.  
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Marysville Flea Market 
1468 Simpson Lane, off Hwy 20. Every weekend, plus holidays, 6am-4pm. 200 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, used furniture, jewelry, clothing, crafts, fresh produce, poultry & livestock. 530.743.8713  
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McKinleyville Outdoors Flea Market 
Corner of Hiler Rd & Central Ave. April-Dec 15. 50-60 vendors. Collectibles, new & used merchandise. 707.839.3907  
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Merced Flea Market 
“G” Street and Childs Ave. Open every Saturday 7 am to 2 pm. With 200 dealers and 300 booths. Rent $20. Customers 4,000. No parking fee.  
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Midgley’s Country Flea Market 
Gravenstein Hwy. South. Operates weekly, 6:30 to 4:30.  
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Midgley’s Country Flea Market 
2200 Gravenstein Hwy S; take I-101 to Rte 116W to Sebastopol, about 8 or 9 mi, & market on L. Every Saturday & Sunday. 6:30am-4:30pm. 707.823.7874 or 800.800.FLEA in California.  
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Morgan Hill Flea Market 
140 E Main St; 25 mi S of San Jose. Every Saturday & Sunday, year round.-7:30am-6pm. Outdoors. Over 200 dealers selling antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, clothing, crafts, fresh produce. 408.779.3809  
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Mountain Peddler’s Show 
Rte 41E at County Rd 426; 36 mi N of Fresno and 16 mi S of Yosemite Natl Park. Two weekends annually: The Saturdays & Sundays of Memorial Day and Labor Day Weekends, rain or shine. From Sat 8am-8pm; Sun 8am-4pm. 350 vendors. High quality antiques & collectibles, clothing, crafts, furniture, jewelry, used merchandise, crafts; no new merchandise allowed. 559.683.7766  
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Mt. Sac Marketplace 
1100 N. Grand Avenue; South of 10 frwy, corner of Temple Grand.Open weekly 7am – 4:30pm. With 300 veders. $40 for rent. Customers 700 – 1200. No parking fee.  
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Music Boosters Flea Market 
50 Embarcadero Rd at corner of el Camino Real, across from the Stanford Stadium. Second Sat of every month. 9am-3pm. Averages up to 100 vendors. Collectibles, crafts, used merchandise. 650.324.3532 (recorded message) or 650.321.0725 or 650.321.6783  
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Napa-Vallejo Flea Market & Auction 
303 Kelly Rd, off Hwy 29, halfway between Napa and Vallejo. Every Sunday, rain or shine. 6am-5pm. 707.226.8862.  
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Niles Antique Faire 
In the Niles Business District. Last Sunday in August. 4am-4pm. Flashlight shopping is allowed. A local fund raiser since 1925 with 500 dealers selling antiques & collectibles and crafts. Admission is free; parking is $3. 510.742.9868  
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Nipomo Swap Meet and Buyer’s Mart 
263 N Frontage Rd, 101 Freeway, off-ramp is Tefft St. Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 6am-6pm. Indoors year round, outdoors weather permitting. 300-400 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, clothing, jewelry, crafts, new & used furniture, new & used merchandise, fresh produce. Admission – $1 per person on Sat & Sun. 805.929.7000  
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Nogales High School 
401 S Nogales. Open weekly 7am-2pm. With 50 venders and 70 booths. Rent $30.00 Sat , $25.00 Sun. No parking fee.  
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Nor Cal Swap Meet 
7th & Fallon Streets. Every weekend, 7am-4pm. 250-400 vendors. Collectibles, clothing, misc. “junk,” new merchandise, fresh produce. Admission – 50c per person. 510.769.7266  
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North Ontario Flee Market 
Mariposa Elementary School; 10 Freeway east, exit at vineyard turn right, at D street, turn right, drive 1/4 of a mile to Miralposa Elementary school. This market operates every Satuday and Sunday, from 7:30am to 3:30pm. 0With 10 dealers and 55 booths. $20 for rent. Free parking.  
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Northridge Antique Market 
Cal State Northridge University, Devonshire & Lindley. From the 405 take Devonshire West; from the 118 take Balboa South to Devonshire West. Every 4th Sunday; sometimes also every 5th Sunday when there are 5 Sundays in a month. 8am-3pm. Admission $5 before 8am, $3 after. Parking is free. 150-330 dealers selling only old stuff, including good antiques & collectibles. Antique Attractions. 562.633.3836  
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Oceanside Drive-In Swap Meet 
3480 Mission Ave; I-5 to Mission Ave, then 2 mi E. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, plus holiday Mondays. 6am-3pm. Outdoor market, rain or shine. 1,000 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, crafts, new & used furniture, jewelry, clothing, books. Admission – 35c on Fri; 50c on Sat; 75c on Sun. 760.745.3100. Days of market, 760.757.5286  
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Ohlone College Super Flea Market 
43600 Mission Blvd; take the 880 Pkwy E to Mission, then L to Ohlone. 2nd Sat of every month. 8am-3pm. Elaine Nagel. 510.659.6285 FAX – 510.659.6264  
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Ontario 
Maclin’s Chino Open Air Market. 7407 Riverside Dr, corner of Campus Ave, between Euclid and Grove. Every Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday. 7:30am-3pm. 250-400 dealers. Started in 1936, rather unique, being a cross between a swap meet, country fair and mall, even including a livestock auction, fish market 1940s beer & wine bar. Admission – 50c; free on Saturday. 909.984.5131 or 800.222.7467 California only.  
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Open Country Flea Market 
23090 Road 152. Every Sunday, 5am-3pm. Nearly 400 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new merchandise, fresh produce. Admission – 50c 209.686.9588.  
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Orange Coast College Swap Meet 
2701 Fairview Road; Take the 405 to Costa Mesa, exit south onto Fairview Road, go right on Adams Ave and make a left on Pinecreek into Parking Lot “F” of Orange Coast College. Open every weekend – Saturday and Sunday 7 am to 3 pm. With 600 dealers and 500 booths. $25 -$30 for rent. No parking fee.  
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Oro Dam Flea Market 
1141 Oro Dam Blvd W. Every Sat & Sun 7am-4pm. Up to 50 vendors. Collectibles, miscellaneous merchandise. 916.533.1324  
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Pacific Auction Gallery’s Monthly Indoor Antique Flea Market 
18238 Sherman Way, Reseda. Off 101 Fwy, exit Reseda Blvd, go N 2 mi, turn R on Sherman Way; off 405 Fwy, exit Sherman Way & go W 3 mi. 2nd Weekend of every month. 11am-5pm. Also offer an appraisal clinic. Admission – $3.00. 818.345.2888.  
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Pacific Orange Swap Meet 
Located on North State College. Saturday & Sunday, 6 to 3, year round, all outdoor.  
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Pacific Theater Swap-O-Rama 
4501 Wible Rd, Freeway 99, exit White Lane & Wible Rd, 2 blks S. Sundays, rain or shine. 6am-4pm. Outdoors. 450-550 dealers with approx 90% new merchandise, some secondhand goods. 661.831.9342  
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Pacific Vineland Swap Meet 
Located on North Vineland Avenue. Open every day, except Christmas, 6 to 3, year round.  
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Palm Springs Market Fair 
5955 East Ramon Rd; take I-10 to Gene Autrey Trail exit, 5 mi on Gene Autrey Trail, L onto Ramon. Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday. 5am-10pm June-September, 8am-3pm October-May. Outdoors, year round. 600 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, jewelry, clothing, furniture, fresh produce. 619.327.1109 or 800.337.8121  
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Palmdale International Shopping Mall / The Largest Indoor Swap Meet in Antelope Valley 
2520 East Palmdlae Blvd. Open 6 Days a Week Monday thru Saturday from 11a.m. to 8p.m. Sunday from 11a.m. to 6p.m. Tuesday CLOSED. Sell about clothing& accessories, jewelry, perfumes, footwear, home furnishing, electronic. For More Information Call Ann Hill at 661-267-6700 or Alana Yasno at 310-466-7171.  
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Paramount Swap Meet 
7900 All America City Way. Open 7 days/week year round. 6am-4pm. One of the largest daily swap meets in the area. Vendors have 70% new merchandise, 30% used. 310.634.SWAP  
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Pasadena City Collecge Flea Market 
1570 E Colorado Blvd. First Sunday of every month. 8am-3pm. Close to 500 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, furniture, clothing, crafts, jewelry. 818.585.7906  
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Pioneer Theatres 
2500 Redondo Beach Blvd. Call for date. 323-321-3709. Fax.323-321-0114. Email : roadium@earthlink.net  
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Porterville College Swap Meet 
100 E College Ave; fm Bakersfield go N on Hwy 99 to Hwy 65, 50 mi to Hwy 190, E 1 mi to the college; fm Fresno, go S on Hwy 99 to Hwy 190, then E 17 mi. Every Saturday, weather permitting. 5am-4pm. 300 dealers. Bill Goucher. 209.784.9161 or 209.791.2200.  
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PRO-SWAP-MEET 
Address: 632 S. Mt. Vernon Ave. Operates: Tues., Thurs.,Sat. & Sun. Hours open to the public: 6am-3pm. Dealers: 50-75 just opened. Booths: 300 Customers: 200. Is there a parking fee? no. Directions: 215 to mill street exit west on mill st. to Mount vernon south right side of street. Description: it’s a new swap meet that started in late september. parking and outdoor swapmeet is paved and ran by pros  
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Redwood Flea Market 
3750 Harris St. Approx 15 weekends spread throughout each year. Call for dates. 8am-4pm. 80-125 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, clothing, crafts, jewelry, furniture. 707.839.3049 or 707.442.8770  
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Rose Bowl Flea Market 
2nd Sunday of every month, rain or shine. Regular hours – 9am-3pm @ $5; Early Bird admission – 7:30-9 a.m. @ $10. 2,200 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, most everything. Canning Attractions. 323.560.7469  
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Salinas Flea Market 
925 N Sanborn Rd at Skyview Drive-In Theater. Every weekend, 6am-4pm. 100-200 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, fresh produce. Admission: 50c on Sat, $1 on Sun. 831.757.3532 or 831.424.1477.  
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San Bernardino Outdoor Market 
National Orange Showgrounds. Every Sunday, rain or shine. 6am-2pm. Outdoor market with almost 800 dealers with lots of merchandise, about half old and half new, including antiques & collectibles, crafts, furniture, clothing, fresh produce. Admission – $1. RG Canning. 909.888.0394.  
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San Juan Batista Annual Flea Market 
Downtown area, 30 mi S of San Jose on Hwy 101. First Sunday in August, rain or shine. 8am-5pm. 500 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, fine art and crafts. 831.623.2454.  
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Santa Barbara Swap Meet 
907 S Kellogg; going S on Hwy 101, exit at Fairview, L on Hollister, R on Kellogg; going N on Hwy 101, exit 217 jct, R on Hollister, L on Kellogg. Sundays, 7am-3pm. Outdoor market. 200 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, crafts. Admission – $1. 805.964.9050, 805.967.4591 on Sundays  
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Santa Cruz Flea Market 
Located on Soquel Dr. Operates Friday thru Sunday 5:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. From Hwy. 1 South, take the Soquel Drive exit, turn right on Soquel Dr., the Drive-In will be a mile down the road on the right. This flea market is one of the oldest drive-ins left in California, opening at 6 P.M. every night.  
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Santa Fe Springs Swap Meet 
13963 Alondra Blvd; I-5 exit Valley View. Every Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday, plus Friday nights year round and Tuesday nights during the summer, weather permitting. 5:30am-3:30pm all 4 days; night hours are 5-10pm. 700 dealers on weekends Admission – 50c on Wed, free on Thurs, 75c on Fri, Sat & Sun. 562.921.4359 or 562.921.9996.  
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Santa Monica Airport Antiques & Collectibles Market 
Airport Avenue off Bundy, fm. Santa Monica Freeway 10 South on Bundy to Airport Ave. 4th Sunday of every month. 8am-3pm. Marketplace Productions. 213.933.2511.  
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Santee Swap Meet Antiques & Collectibles Day. 
At Santee Drive-In Theater, 10990 Woodside Ave N; take 67 N to Riverford Rd exit, turn L at exit, then L at Riverford Rd, L at Woodside Ave N, market on R. Saturday & Sunday, rain or shine. 6:30am-2pm. The 2nd Admission – 50c. 760.745.3100 Day of show, 619.449.7927.  
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Saugus Swap Meet 
22500 Soledad Canyon Rd; take I-5 N to Valencia Blvd, go E on Valencia 3 mi. Every Sunday 7am-3pm, Outdoors market, rain or shine. 650 dealers selling antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, fresh produce. 818.716.6010 or 661.259.3886.  
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Second Saturday Flea Market 
At Campbell Center Shopping Ctr, S from Santa Cruz on Hwy 17, turn W on Hamilton, 1/2 mi to Winchester Blvd, turn L & go 1/2 block. Second Saturday of every month, weather permitting. 7am-dusk. 40-50 dealers. Antiques & collectibles to new merchandise. 408.374.1415  
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Shoppers Carnival 
Corner of Redwood & Hwy 29, off I-80. Every Sat & Sun, 10am-5pm. Has between 60 & 250 vendors with collectibles and used merchandise. Dan Heckerman. 408.247.8114.  
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Silver Dollar Swap Meet 
Fair & East Park Ave. Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday. 9am-4pm. 43 vendors with antiques, collectibles, clothing, crafts, books, furniture, jewelry, stamps/coins, toys, new & used merchandise. Gary & Karen Flores. 530.892.9205  
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Simi Valley Swap Meet 
361 Tierra Rejada Rd. Every Sunday, 7am-3pm. 300 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, clothing, furniture, jewelry, crafts, fresh produce. Admission – $1. 805.526.3483.  
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Sky Drive-In Swap Meet 
7028 Theater Rd. Saturday & Sunday, year round, 5:30am-2pm. 200 dealers selling antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise. Bob Carr. 760.365.2104  
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Skyview Drive-In Flea Market 
2260 Soquel Dr. Call for date. Dennis Martins.831-424-7490 Fax.831-424-7491.  
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Solano Drive-In and Swap Meet 
At Solano Drive-In Theater, 1611 Solano Way, just off hwy 4. Sat & Sun. 6am-4pm. One of the largest & oldest markets in the Northbay area, Solano draws 200 vendors on Saturdays and up to 500 on Sundays. Some antiques & collectibles, household stuff, garage sale “goodies” Admission: Sat 25c, Sun $1. Anita Ahamdi. 925.687.6445  
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Spring Valley Swap Meet 
6377 Quarry Rd. Every Sat & Sun 7am-3pm. In operation for over 30 years, the market averages close to its capacity of 1,049 vendors. Admission: 50c/person. Rick or Mike. 619.463.1194.  
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Stockton Open Air Mall 
3550 N. Wilson Way.Call for date. Gary Gatto. 209-810-0008 Fax. 209-465-1245.  
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Sun Air Swap Meet 
84-245 Indian Springs Dr; take I-10 to Auto Center Drive North, then R onto Indian Springs. Every Tuesday evening, 4pm-11pm. Outdoors, weather permitting. 200-250 vendors with antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, fresh produce, crafts, furniture, jewelry, clothing. Admission – $1. 619.347.9474 or 805.526.3483  
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Sunset Drive-In Theater Swap Meet 
Name: Sunset Drive-In Theater Swap Meet. Address: 255 Elks Ln. Operates: every sunday. Hours open to the public: 4:30am-11:30am. Dealers: 100 Booths: 200 Rent: $12.00 Customers: 300-700. Is there a parking fee? not unless you want to park inside the drive-in. Then it is $2.00. Directions: Going north on 101 take the Prado Rd. exit and go straight. The theater is on the right. Going south on 101 take the Madonna exit. Turn right on Madonna Rd. right on Higure St. then right on Prado Rd. The drive in will be on your left. Description: This market has a little bit of everything for everybody. The prices are reasonable to darn right cheep. This would be a worth while stop on your way up or down the coast.  
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SYUFY Enterprises 
150 Pelican Way. Call for date. Robert Darrow.415-448-8325 Fax.415-448-8327 bob_darrow@150pelican.com.  
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Tahoe Flea Market 
Name: Tahoe Flea Market. Address: POB 10645. Operates: Weekly on Sundays, May through October; Saturday & Sunday on Memorial Day and from July 4th through Labor Day. Hours open to the public: 8 to 5. Dealers: 80 Booths: 100 Rent: $14 to $32 Customers: 1500 Are there camping facilities? Free camping for reserved sellers. Is there a parking fee? No Directions: One Mile South of the Airport on Hwy 50 at Elk’s Lodge # 2094. Description: Since 1979, a friendly tourist and locals market in a sunny spot with forest & mountain vistas. May reserve by phone. Is this an update? An update. We expanded our Saturday Markets from 3 ( on major holiday weekends) to 10 ( Memorial Day and all Saturdays from July 4th through Labor Day. We still do every Sunday, May through October.  
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Tahoe Flea Market 
2094 Hwy 50 at Elks Lodge, 1 mi S of the South Lake Tahoe Airport. Every Sunday from May through October, plus Saturday on Memorial Day, & July 4th & Labor Day weekends. 8am-5pm. Up to 100 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, crafts, jewelry, furniture, clothing, fresh produce. Admission – 75c/person. 916.541.3967 Day of market, 916.577.2094.  
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The Big Red Barn 
1000 Hwy 101, 17 mi N of Salinas, 17 mi S of Gilroy. Every weekend, 7am-5pm. Indoors/outdoors, rain or shine. Averages up to 300 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, fresh produce. Free admission, parking $3 per vehicle. 831.422.1271 or 831.726.3101  
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The Flea Market. 
1590 Berryessa Rd between Hwys 680 & 101. Wednesday through Sunday, year round. Dawn to dusk. Averages 2,000 to 2,300 vendors selling everything–antiques & collectibles, crafts & fine arts, clothing, furniture, fresh produce, tools, new & used merchandise. 25 restaurants. Admission is free; parking is $1 Wed-Fri, $6 Sat & Sun. 408.453.1110  
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The Groves 
AT Irvine Valley College. Exit I-5 or 405 at Jeffrey Road. 1st Sunday every month. 7am-3pm. 714.786.5277  
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The L.A. Outdoor Antique Fair 
At the Hollywood Palladium, 6215 Sunset Blvd. 1st Sunday of every month. 8am-3pm. Rain or shine. Free parking. Admission – $4.00. 213.389.4718 FAX -213.389.8789  
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The Market Silverlake 
Name: The Market Silverlake. Address: 1085 No. Manzanita Street. Operates: Saturday and Sunday. Hours open to the public: 8:30 a,m. – 3:30 pm. Dealers: 45 Booths: 40 Rent: 80.00. Customers: 300 daily. Is there a parking fee? no. Directions: where sunset blvd and santa monica blvd meet. Description: small and very eclectic market with lots of foot traffic  
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The Melrose Trading Post 
Name: The Melrose Trading Post. Address: Fairfax H.S. 7850 Melrose Ave. Operates: Sundays-Weekly. Hours open to the public: 9am-5pm. Is there a parking fee? Yes. Directions: S.E. corner of Melrose and Fairfax  
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The Orange County Market Place 
88 Fair Drive. Take 55 Fwy W. Exit at Fair Dr and go right on Fair Dr, or 405 Fwy. Exit at Fairview and follow the signs to the Orange County Fairgrouns. Sat and Sun except during Orange County Fair (in late July). 7am-4pm. 1,000+ spaces. 40-50,000 shoppers per week. Almost entirely new merdchandise, with some collectiblers. Since 1969, this clean, outdoor market considered the largest outdoor market in Southern California puts its emphasis on family and fun. There is plenty of food concessions. 949.723.6606  
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The Original Pasadena City College Flea Market 
At Hill St & Bonnie Ave. First Sunday of every month.-8am-3pm. 70 record vendors plus regular vendors. Free parking in the structure on Del Mar Blvd or on the east side of the campus at Bonnie Avenue.  
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The Roadium Open-Air Market 
2500 W Redondo Beach Blvd, between Freeway 405 and the Harbor Freewy; take the Redondo Beach exit off either freeway. Daily except Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Weekdays 6am-4pm; weekends 6am-3pm. Maria Sanchez. 323.321.3709 or 800.833.0304.  
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The South Bay Antique Faire 
Outdoors at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, Aviation & Manhattan Beach Blvds. Every 4th Sunday. 8am-3pm. General Admission $4.00; Early Birds $8.00. Free parking. 310.287.1896 FAX – 310.287.0192  
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THURSDAY FLEA MARKET 
Address: 1658 S AIRPORT WAY. Operates: EVERY THURSDAY. If monthly, which weekend? YEAR ROUND. Hours open to the public: 6AM-3PM. Dealers: 100 Booths: 140 Rent: $15 Customers: 2000-3000. Is there a parking fee? NO. Directions: TAKE HWY I-5 GO EAST ON CHARTER WAY FAIRGROUNDS LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF CHARTER AND AIRPORT WAY. Description: THIS IS THE LARGEST WEEKDAY MARKET IN SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY SELLERS FROM ALL OVER THE VALLEY AND BEYOND ARE HERE EVERY WEEK ITS A BARGAIN HUNTERS PARIDISE  
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Thursday Showcase in United Nations Flea 
Located Market Street at Hyde Street. Operates weekly, 7 to 7. Thursday Showcase is a European style outdoor covered market in San Francisco’s historic downtown area, two blocks East of City Hall. From Hwy. 101, traveling either East or West, take Ninth Street/Civic Center exit and proceed to Ninth Street; take Ninth Street North of Market Street; cross Market Street; Ninth Street turns into Larkin Street North of market; go two blocks on Larkin ( cross Grove Street and come to Fulton Street) turn right at Fulton Street and travel on block to the East; at that point you are stopped at the light on Hyde Street and you are looking into United Nations Plaza. If you are a vendor, with the green light, cross Hyde Street and pull into the Plaza to the right of the statue of Simon Bolivar. Our market staff will intercept you at that point.  
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Tiffany’s Antiques 
Name: Tiffany’s Antiques. Address: 504 |Front Street. Operates: monthly. If monthly, which weekend? 2nd Sunday. Hours open to the public: 7A-3P. Dealers: 18 Booths: 18 Rent: 55.00 Customers: 2000. Is there a parking fee? NO. Directions: HWY 17 BECOMES OCEAN, TO SOQUEL AVE, RT. TO FRONT, LFT 1.5 BLKS ON LEFT. PUBLIC PARKING NEXT DOOR AND ACROSS THE STREET Description: Located in the heart of downtown Santa Cruz, next door to Tiffany’s Antiques open daily. Please call for more information.  
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Treasures of Volunteering 
Name: Treasures of Volunteering. Address: 1000 Kentucky Street. Operates: semi-annually. Hours open to the public: 9 am-3 pm on Friday only. Dealers: 0 Booths: 32 Rent: $20-$30 Customers: 300. Is there a parking fee? No. Directions: Take I-80, take West Texas Street exit, drive about 1 mile east, take left on Pennsylvania Ave., take second right onto Kentucky Street. Address is 1000 Kentucky Street in the Fairfield Community Center. Description: This flea market/craft faire is a fundraiser for Volunteer Services/City of Fairfield. We hold this event usually in September & February, on a Friday.  
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Trouble Shooters Antique & Collectibles Round-up 
California State University, just off the 57 Freeway at Nutwood Ave exit. The first Sun in May & October. 2001 date: Oct 7; 2002 dates: May 5, Oct 6. 800-1,1,000 vendors selling mostly antiques & collectibles. Largest antique related event in Orange County. Admission – $5. Canning Attractions. 213.560.SHOW  
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TRW Swap Meet 
Name: TRW Swap Meet Address: Aviation/Space Park Drive Operates: monthly If monthly, which weekend? last Hours open to the public: 7:00-11:30AM Dealers: 95 Booths: 95 Rent: $20 Customers: 1000 Is there a parking fee? No Directions: From Pacific Coast Highway, take Manhattan Beach Boulevard East. Then go North on Aviation and East on Space Park Drive.  
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Tulare County Fairgrounds Swap Meet 
215 E Alpine Ave; Rte 99 to Bardsley exit, W to Ost N. Every Tuesday &, Wednesday, 6:30am-3pm except during fair time for several days in September & March. Call to confirm. About 10 vendors on Tues & 100 on Wed. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, fresh produce. 559.686.4707.  
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Turlock Sales Yard Flea Market 
At corner of East Ave and N Johnson Rd. Tuesdays only, weather permitting. 4am-dark. 400-500 vendors selling antiques, collectibles and other used merchandise, fresh produce, new items. 209.667.4441.  
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Ukiah Flea Market 
1055 N State St, on the Redwood Empire Fairgrounds. Every Saturday & Sunday starting at 7am. 40-60 vendors. Antiques & collectibles, crafts, jewelry, furniture, used merchandise, . 704.468.4626.  
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Uni Flea Market 
Address: 11800 Ohio Ave. Operates: monthly. If monthly, which weekend? 3rd Saturday. Hours open to the public: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dealers: 60 Booths: 60 Rent: $25.00. Customers: hundreds. Is there a parking fee? no. Directions: From the 405 take the Wilshire exit and head West toward the ocean. Make a left at Barrington and a right on Ohio. It’s a block or so down on the right. Description: This market is relatively new and needs buyers and vendors alike to help make it grow. We encourage everybody to continue to come back to help us succeed in raising money for the high school  
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Upland Indoor Marketplace 
Name: Upland Indoor Marketplace. Address: 1445 E. Foothill Blvd. Operates: daily. Hours open to the public: 10 – 7 pm daily. Dealers: 120 Booths: 120 Rent: $550. Is there a parking fee? yes. Directions: corner of Foothill and Grove Description: Come one, come all, we have concerts, free food, and live entertainment every week…..Shop One, Shop ALL….  
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Valley Indoor Swap Meet 
1600 E Holt Blvd. Friday through Sunday, 10am-6pm. Indoor market. 400 vendors selling crafts, furniture, new merchandise, lots of clothing. Admission – $1. 909.620.1449.  
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Valley Indoor Swap Meet 
6701 Variel Ave; take 101 Fwy to Desoto Ave, go N 1-1/2 mi to Kittridge St, L 2 bks. Friday through Sunday. 10am-6pm. Indoors. 500 dealers selling new merchandise, specializing in clothing and accessories. Admission – $1 818.340.9120 or 818.340.9123.  
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Venice High School Flea Market 
13000 Venice Blvd, L.A. 2nd Saturday of every month. 9am-4pm. Antiques, crafts, collectibles, toys, jewelry, clothes. Sponsored by the Venice High School Booster Club. 310.390.5851  
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Ventura Flea Market. 
Ventura County Fairgrounds. Held several Sundays a year, usually the last Sunday of the month. Call for dates or check the website. 9am-2pm.  
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Vineland Swap Meet 
443 N Vineland Ave. Open every day. 6am-3pm. Hundreds of vendors with wide variety of collectibles, new & used merchandise. Also includes seating inside and out, beer garden, video arcade, pony rides. 818.369.7224  
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Visalia Sales Yard, Inc 
29660 RD 152, 1-1/2 mi E of Visalia. Every Thursday and Sunday, year round. 6am-3pm. 300 dealers. Antiques & collectibles, new & used merchandise, fresh produce, crafts. 209.734.9092.  
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Weinstein’s Outdoor Antique & Collectible Market 
Healdsburg Plaza. Usually 3 days a year on the Sunday’s of Memorial Day weekend, July 4th weekend & Labor Day weekend. Call for dates. 100 or more dealers. Antiques & collectibles. Bill Weinstein. 707.578.7772 UPD:0701  
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Westside Outdoor Antique & Collectible Market 
On the grounds of Pierce College, 6201 Winnetka Ave, 101 Fwy, Winnetka exit N, left at Victory, left into college parking lot. 1st Sunday of every month. 8am-3pm. Marketplace Productions. 213.933.2511.  
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Yuba-Sutter Flea Market 
Address: P.O. Box 3141. Phone: (530) 674-3126. Operates: Weekly. Hours open to the public: 7:00 am to 2:00 pm. Dealers: 75 Rent: $25.00 Customers: 1500. Is there a parking fee? $0.50. Directions: Hwy 99 to yuba city, exit East on Franklin Ave. Description: This Flea Market attracts a variety of ethnic groups.  
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YWCA Flea Market and Y’s Buys 
Name: YWCA Flea Market and Y’s Buys. Address: 146 N Grand St. Operates: monthly. If monthly, which weekend? 2nd Saturday. Hours open to the public: 7am to 4pm. Are concessions available? sometimes Is there a parking fee? no Directions: 22fwy to 55fwy get off at Chapman Ave. go East under fwy. to Orange St. (1st street after Grand St. which is a light) turn right. Flea market will be on the right hand side. Description: This is a brand new flea market. We are looking for new vendors. Space fee goes directly to the YWCA. We are in Old Towne Orange, Antique Circle area.  
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