Find Unique Treasures at These 3 Fort Myers Flea Markets & Malls

Jean Jones
September 07, 2015


Fort Myers is a treasure on the coast of Florida and there are some great places around town to find treasures for your Springs Apartment home. Between the city’s many flea markets and vintage stores, you’re sure to find just the right things to give your apartment that unique look. Here are some places we suggest starting with:

Fleamasters Fleamarket
4135 Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard

Part farmer’s market on steroids, part flea market, part concert destination, this giant place offers up jewelry, wind chimes, clothing and tons and tons of other one-of-a-kind treasures. Set aside a whole day to visit Fleamasters so you can see it all. The market also offers fresh produce and snacks along with vintage items. And when the shopping day is done, you can stay for the live music in the new music hall. You may have to rub elbows with the tourist crowd at this popular place, but it will be well worth the experience. 

Ortiz Flea Market
1501 Ortiz Avenue

If you like a little fresh Red grouper with your retro find, then this flea market is your go-to place. Not only can you get luggage, musical instruments and clothing from over 600 vendors, but also fresh produce and just-caught fish. Scoop up some tomatoes and peppers and you have dinner along with a start to your Christmas shopping. 

Northside Drive-In Flea Market
2521 North Tamiami Trail

Getting up early has its rewards and at Northside Drive-In Flea Market those rewards are plentiful. Start your day with a $4 breakfast at their 50s style diner, then plunge into the 300-vendor facility where you can peruse the jewelry, linens, books and antiques. You can even get fresh fruit and vegetables. But make sure you stop for a rest because you don't want miss the show in the evening. Northside features a drive-in movie to end your day of treasure hunting. 

Vintage Market of Fort Myers
7091 Pinnacle Drive

True to its name, this 4500-square-foot market offers all kinds of old, classic furniture. With 14 vendors offering different styles, you are sure to find just the right bureau, lamp, or chair to bring a vintage vibe to your apartment. In addition, Vintage Market offers workshops on painting furniture that can really make your decor divine. 

When it is time to liven up your home or redecorate a room, don't be satisfied with the same things everyone can get at the big box stores. Take some time to hunt for the perfect item that is different and unusual. Put on comfortable shoes, head to one of these cool places and enjoy your own little treasure hunt.

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