10 Best Flea Markets in Colorado

Updated On October 8, 2023
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Flea markets and open-air markets have been attractions around the world for centuries.

Colorado, with its beautiful weather, has some outstanding flea markets to check out.

Whether buying, selling, trading, or offering items on consignment, flea markets give customers and merchants the opportunity to buy and sell items you might not normally find in department stores.

Let’s check out 10 of the best in Colorado. 

The 10 Best Flea Markets in Colorado

Lafayette Collectibles and Flea Market

Located in downtown Lafayette, CO, at 130 East Spaulding St., this flea market and collectibles store offers one of the largest collections of vintage and retro clothing, second-hand furniture, and various collectibles.

Recognized as one of the best flea markets in Colorado, as well as the entire US, Lafayette Collectibles is open Monday through Saturday, 10-6, and Sunday, 11-5.

Make sure you grab one of the free, fresh-baked homemade cookies to eat as you check out the 175 vendor booths located within Lafayette’s facilities.

Then take a trip through time as you shop for collectibles and antiques spanning many decades and generations.

 Whether you are looking for a specific item or genre, or are just looking for some hidden treasures, Lafayette Collectibles and Flea Market is a fantastic place to look. 

Mile High Flea Market

Known as one of the largest flea markets in Colorado, Mile High Flea Market covers an impressive 80 acres of land and can house over 3,000 vendors.

Mile High is also one of the oldest flea markets in Colorado, with its roots stretching back to the mid-70s. 

Located at 7007 E. 88th Avenue, in Henderson, CO, Mile High Flea Market is an excellent place to look for your next purchase, simply because of its size and the number of vendors available.

Mile High is also a fun excursion for the whole family on a Friday or Saturday.

There are food vendors, amusement rides for kids, and regular concerts, performances, and live entertainment throughout the market.

Mile High Flea Market is open Friday and Saturday, 11-5 PM. 

Colorado Springs Flea Market

Open year-round, the Colorado Springs Flea Market is becoming somewhat of a buying, selling, and trading institution in Colorado.

This flea market has been in operation for over 30 years, covers nearly 35 acres, and can house upwards of 500 vendors. 

With the majestic Rocky Mountains serving as a backdrop for this marketplace, shoppers can find valuable antiques, discounted electronics and home goods, and rides and entertainment for kids and adults.

The Colorado Springs Flea Market is located at 5225 E Platte Ave. in Colorado Springs and is open on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year, from 8-4 pm.

Tables to Teacups Indoor Flea Market

This 13,000-square-foot indoor market offers shoppers a chance to peruse numerous antiques and collectibles without fear of impact from the elements.

Family-owned and operated, this marketplace was established in 2004 by Mr. and Mrs. Toohey.

With a focus on vintage and antique home goods and furniture, Tables to Teacups really lives up to its name.

In addition to offering booths for vendors, Tables to Teacups also regularly oversees estate sales.

By catering to shoppers looking for unique additions to their homes in an organized and comfortable space, Tables to Teacups is able to be consistently ranked as one of the best flea markets in Colorado.  

Foothills Flea Market

With one of the largest indoor flea market shopping areas in Northern Colorado, Foothills Flea Market is a bastion of bargains and one-of-a-kind finds.

Foothills is located at 6300 S. College Avenue in Ft. Collins, CO, and is open daily, starting at 10 AM.

Customers know they will be in for an adventure when they head to Foothills in search of their needs.  

Beautiful glassware, vintage home goods, and furnishings, as well as antique jewelry and collectibles, can all be found under one roof.

Foothills has been in operation for over 30 years and offers over 80 regular dealers. 

Annie’s Home Consignments

As the name implies, Annie’s Home Consignments works to give customers the opportunity to re-sell their vintage or antique items.

Home goods, furniture, jewelry, and lighting are just some of the items regularly listed for sale.

Operating as a consignment shop, as well as a flea market/antique market, Annie’s has something to offer for everyone.  

Annie’s is also known for their rotating inventory and its “It is Never the Same Store Twice” motto.

Customers regularly comment that shopping at Annie’s offers something new each time they shop.

Located in Steamboat Springs off Central Park Drive, the shop is open Tuesday-Saturday, 11-6 PM, and Sunday, 12-4 PM. 

A Paris Street Market

Are you looking for a little taste of the City of Lights without the international flight?

A Paris Street Market may be just up your alley.

Head to 7301 S Santa Fe Dr in Littleton, CO on any weekend between May and October and you will find a bustling marketplace, akin to one on a Parisian street. 

This open-air market in the Aspen Grove shopping center offers retro and vintage items as well as a gamut of “shabby chic” decor.

In addition to shopping, A Paris Street Market also features special events and performances and themed market days.

The market is open rain or shine, so plan accordingly.  

The Sweet William Market

Located in Founders Green in the Denver neighborhood of Stapleton, The Sweet William Market focuses on vintage and antique items and collectibles for sale.

The market is open seasonally, from March to December, on Sundays, 9-2 PM.

Shoppers are able to find high-quality vintage goods and artisan creations, as well as food vendors and handcrafted local wares. 

Buyers and sellers alike have come to expect a certain level of quality for the items offered and vendors must be approved by the market organizers.

When the winter months roll around, the market moves indoors to the Event Center in Northfield.

Come early for the best deals and selection. 

The Horseshoe Market

Regularly ranked as one of the best flea markets in Colorado, The Horseshoe Market is a great place for “lucky finds.”

Founded in 2010, this pop-up market offers quality vintage and retro items, as well as traditional antiques and artisan-crafted goods.

Shoppers will also be able to find food and snacks throughout the market. 

With a focus on both creativity and comfort, the Horseshoe Market strives to offer an inclusive design and attitude.

Since The Horseshoe Market is a pop-up, the locations and times will change.

Be sure to check their website to find the latest information on this year’s pop-ups. 

The Brass Armadillo

Recognized as a fixture for antiques and collectibles in the Denver area since 1992, The Brass Armadillo offers vendors and customers alike a professional and knowledgeable atmosphere.

By focusing on quality vendors and their selections, the Brass Armadillo is an antique mall dedicated to giving customers the best antique shopping experience they can. 

Open from 9-9, 7 days a week, there is plenty of time to stop by and shop, days or evenings.

Their Wheat Ridge location, 11301 W I-70 West Frontage Rd. N offers antique buyers big deals and hidden gems, including handmade clothes, sought-after collectibles, and retro items.

Check their website for more information and locations. 

The 10 Best Flea Markets in Colorado – Summary Table

Flea MarketAddress
Lafayette Collectibles and Flea MarketLafayette, CO, at 130 East Spaulding St.
Mile High Flea Market7007 E. 88th Avenue, in Henderson, CO
Colorado Springs Flea Market5225 E Platte Ave., Colorado Springs
Tables to Teacups Indoor Flea Market455 Weaver Park Rd Suit 600, Longmont, CO 80501
Foothills Flea Market6300 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80525
Annie’s Home Consignments1755 Central Park Dr, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
A Paris Street Market7301 S Santa Fe Dr in Littleton, CO
The Sweet William Market7601 E 29th Ave, Denver, CO 80238
The Horseshoe Market464 S Teller St, Lakewood, CO 80226
The Brass Armadillo11301 W I-70 West Frontage Rd. N

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who pays the sales tax on consignment items in Colorado?

The retailer holding the sales tax license and handling the consignment sales is responsible for collecting the sales tax.

What kind of licensing do I need to be a flea market vendor in Colorado?

If you sell more than five items per year, you have to have a sales tax license.

Do I need a license to sell homemade or cottage foods in Colorado?

Colorado does not require a license or home inspection.

However, cottage food sellers must take a food safety course before selling their wares.

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