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People who love to shop and hunt for bargains obviously love the Midwest’s Largest Flea Market.

Sometimes, because it is THE LARGEST, the sheer size and shopping possibilities might seem overwhelming. Luckily! The smart folks over at the Flea Market, have solutions for that!

There is, of course, a Vendor Directory, updated and produced before each annual season. You can pick up a printed version at the Flea Market, or check out the digital version.

Another option, which is both fun AND organized for your shopping needs, is called Flea Market Trails.

(Important Tip: Remember that the Flea Market Trail Cards DO NOT contain every vendor. Some vendors are not at the market every sale day, so for additional info, make sure to check the 2024 Vendor Directory.)


There are nine trails in total, including:

  • Antiques & Collectibles TrailShipshewana Trading Place Flea Market
  • Accessories Trail
  • Buy in Bulk/Beauty & Health Trail
  • Children & Pets Trail
  • Clothing & Footwear Trail
  • Food Trail
  • House & Home Trail
  • Outdoor/Tools & Sports Trail
  • Personalized Arts & Crafts Trail


Someone else has already done the work of curating lists of the Flea Market vendors and their wares! The Flea Market Trail cards are a great way to focus your hunt. There’s no longer any need to wandering aimlessly through the aisles of vendors that don’t have what you’re seeking on that particular day. With such a large space, this is a great way to help you plan your day and make it the best experience possible.

Whether the prized item you’re searching for is a custom gift with your brother’s name on it, a potted plant, new sandals, artwork, or homemade dog treats, just check the trails cards. Get yours at the Flea Market when you’re ready to start plotting your course! You can also check out the digital version.

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