If you're visiting Daytona Beach, make time to shop the Daytona Flea & Farmers Market. Regular shoppers usually just call it the Daytona Flea Market. The huge Florida market features 1,000 booths full of flea market finds and fresh produce and it opens every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Frequently noted as one of the top flea markets in the U.S., the Daytona Flea Market hosts more than 2.5 million shoppers each year.
1425 Tomoka Farms Road
Corner of Tomoka Farms Road and Bellevue Avenue
Daytona Beach, Florida 32124
Dates and Times:
- Open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
- 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Rain or shine
Admission and Parking:
- Free admission
- Free parking
- Except for service animals, dogs must ride in strollers or carts or be carried
Flea Market Merchandise:
The Daytona Flea Market is not the place for serious antique hunting, but it does have a huge variety of new and used merchandise at good prices. With 600 vendors and 1,000 booth spaces, there's no way to list everything, but you'll probably find the following goods and services:
- Fresh produce
- New, used, and handmade jewelry
- Luggage, purses, and leather goods
- Sunglasses, cosmetics, and toiletries
- Gourmet sauces and seasonings
- Tarot and palm readings
- Sports memorabilia and equipment
- Toys, games, and stuffed animals
- Candles, scented oils, and incense
- Furniture, housewares, and decorative accessories
- Plants, trees, and garden supplies
- Used books, old postcards, and advertising art
- New and used clothing and fashion accessories
- Some vintage and collectible items
Daytona Flea Market Shopping Tips:
- The indoor booths have lots of new items, including imports, seconds, and other bargain-priced goods. Visit the garage sale area outside if you're shopping for used or vintage goods.
- Wheelchairs and strollers are available for rent at the information station at the main entrance, just past row B. You can save your car space for your purchases instead of bringing your own.
- Brush up on the 20 Do's and Don'ts for Flea Market Shoppers before you go.
- If you're unaccustomed to the heat, go to the flea market early and visit the outdoor booths first. Then, when you need to cool down, head inside to the air-conditioned indoor spaces for a break.
- Concessions are available, including beer.
- Wear comfortable walking shoes, even if it's not your most stylish pair. The Daytona Flea Market is huge, and your feet will thank you after a couple of hours. Bring the sunblock too.
- Many of the vendors are open to haggling for lower prices. If you're shopping the used goods in the outdoor booths where the sellers have to pack it all up at the end of the day, you'll get better deals the closer it gets to closing time. Since admission is free, you can leave and come back late in the afternoon if needed.
- Bring your treasure hunting tool kit, including a lightweight rolling cart. The Daytona Flea Market is too big to tote armloads of purchases around by hand.
- For disabled and wheelchair-accessible parking, use the west parking lot via the Bellevue Avenue entrance.
- Make note of where you parked and which entrance you used so you don't have to hunt for your car at the end of the day.
Selling at the Daytona Flea Market:
- Get in touch by phone (386) 253-3330 to rent booth space at the Daytona Flea & Farmers Market. Or, fill out the contact form for potential vendors and someone will get in touch with you.