The Amish Country Flea Market
Open Wednesday through Monday 9 am to 5 pm, and 6 am to 5 pm on Saturday but are closed on Tuesday. Call (931) 242-3766 or click the Facebook button at the bottom of this page.
The big green roof you can see from the highway signifies you have arrived at the Amish Country Flea Market! The highway splits the market into two sections that we call "east" and "west" because one section is on the east side while the other is on the west side of the highway. The eastern side is in a line of connected buildings, while the western side has cabins that line the outer parameter of the parking lot. We suggest you explore both sides of the market but take your car to each side. The highway is bustling, and it is unsafe to try and walk across the highway. Also, if you buy something, you have your car to put it in. The market is excellent for looking for rare finds and antiques! Kids have specific vendors that cater to them, but be watchful to keep younger children from areas with glassware and breakable items. You never know what you will find at the Amish Country Flea Market. Vendors come and go, so come often to ensure you don't miss out on a great buy!
Amish Country Flea Market East and West
The East Side
We tell everyone to look for the large sign that sticks up from the yard area. The east side of the market has buildings with large doors that rise, revealing the stores' contents. Vendors who rent these bays leave their stores up all year. These bays are better during the rainy days when the items on the west side are put on outdoor tables.
The West Side
The big green roof shows visitors the west side of the flea market. Under this roof are vendors who just come on certain days and usually do not have a rented building. These vendors quickly change products so getting a good deal from them is normal. The building renters are great about having certain products and a better selection.
Enter your address in the map below and for directions to the Amish Country Flea Market to see what you can find from the vast sale they have there! You never know what you will bargain for or find.
For more information from the Amish Country Flea Market, see their Facebook page and share it with your friends who may have experience with and stories to tell about the flea market. The button below lets you share this page, or go to the Amish Country Flea Market Facebook page, where you can ask them questions on messenger and be kept up to date on the most recent news during your visit!
There is another Facebook group for those vendors selling their items in the Amish Country Flea Market. You must join the group to see their posts, but after you're approved, you can see their products before you arrive in case you want to see what some vendors have before you go. Keep in mind that not all vendors put their things on this page, and the ones that do have many more things to see. So get some cash and go early to look around.