Will Brake for Flea Markets: The Best Spots to Stop & Shop This Summer, Mountain Time Zone Edition

updated Oct 13, 2022
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The eclectic array of home, garden and everything-in-between finds you’re bound to score at these flea markets will leave you as high as their elevations.

  • Where: Chandler, Arizona
  • When to visit: Monthly; next up is July 14-17, 10 am to 5 pm
  • Why it’s worth the stop: The whole town of Chandler is buzzing about the city’s newest flea market show. Drawing creatives and makers from near and far to its doors, the town is electrified with a frenetic energy and excitement for the adventure. Don’t miss: JunknLove is an ubercool home and garden collective that really embraces community, and the Luckiest Collection is a favorite for reclaimed pieces that are made by veterans.
  • Where: Littleton, Colorado
  • When to visit: 8am to 3pm, the first Saturday of the month, May-October
  • Why it’s worth the stop: In true Parisian form, this market lights up the streets with a plethora of antique, vintage and reclaimed furnishings. The show goes on, rain or shine, so get there early to snag amazing pieces and be on the lookout for pretty vintage keepsakes like antique perfume bottles and wrought-iron, outdoor furnishings.
  • Where: Denver, Colorado
  • When to visit: September 24, 9 am to 2 pm
  • Why it’s worth the stop: With a visit to the Sweet William Market, you won’t have to travel far to garner worldly keepsakes and discover new cultures. This market is true to its name…totally sweet! There are so many vibrant, perky pieces and fresh, DIY gems throughout that run the gamut of vintage, antique, retro and nostalgic. It’s also super organized, which is a big bonus so you won’t miss any great vendors. You won’t want to skip Jamie Lauren Design’s booth, where she exhibits her amazing pillows and handbags in shibori and ethnic prints.
  • Where: Salt Lake City, Utah
  • When to visit: July 10, August 14, September 11, 9 am to 3 pm
  • Why it’s worth the stop: This flea, located on South Main Street in downtown Salt Lake City, sports some really eclectic finds—think endless arrays of vintage records, hard-to-find books, original artwork, and chic home furnishings. Have your eyes open for handmade terrariums and vintage kitchen accoutrements.

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