This is my favorite Florida flea market. Have been visiting it for over 50 years, watching it grow, and upgrade. Flea markets are dwindling due to Florida land grabs as with the St. Augustine Flea Market, a recent loss. Since that market was an eyesore I welcome the new construction, a VA Hospital, and low income housing.
To get to the Daytona Beach Flea Market use the AP WAZE for directions as it can be challenging find. The flea market is a stones throw from I-95, Watch for quick lane changes.
is vast as are the grounds and the number of booths. Once parked take pictures of nearby sites to avoid problems finding vehicles later.
Food booths are near to this entrance
as are booklets with maps. Take a booklet or 2, (in case you loose one), and check out the Market Map as well. The booklet provides much info on locating shops, and the map avoids going astray. If you do need further assistance flea market booth staff are always helpful.
That said, let’s look at those Daytona Beach Flea Market finds..
Jewelry, Leather goods, Motorcycle needs, and even Rugs are available.
And for those with other desires,
And here’s an interesting combination,
Something new, a tiffany lamp shop..
Picture of old Daytona Beach at an art booth
A Dollar and Beyond Store with unique finds..
Automotive needs for window tinting, fixing a car dent, or to obtain new tires are available. Call ahead. Have the work done as you shop.
The first Sunday of every month the flea market has an enormous car show. Call for specifics.
Golf cart purchases are available on site. Here’s a new motor device.
There are farmers selling great produce at low prices, along with candy, pickle, dried fruit, and herbal medicine vendors. The psychic offers insights. And check out the outside booths for larger delights.
Possibly the best part of the flea market, the helicopter ride..
And not for sale, an adorable pooch on a perch who gave free kisses.
What a fun time and visit. Something for everyone and all ages. It won’t disappoint.