RV Camping Flea Market Adventures – Florida Style

The Sunshine State is a flea market shopper’s wonderland, and there’s no better way to travel there than by RV. Why? Because the money you’ll save sleeping, cooking and traveling in an RV, as opposed to booking hotel rooms and rental cars and eating in restaurants every day, leaves you plenty of vacation dollars for your favorite flea market finds. Here are four fabulous Florida flea markets within a four hour drive of each other.  flea_market_shutterstock_229645399

Waldo Flea and Farmers Market – Waldo, FL

This old-fashioned, 50 acre, open air flea market is just northeast of Gainesville on Hwy 301. It is also located only two hours north of Orlando, if you’re flying into Orlando International to pick up your RV rental. With more than nine hundred dealers on-site, plus a twenty thousand square foot Antiques Village indoors, you can’t possibly go home without at least one treasured bargain. This gem is open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Camping Ideas: Every type of RV travelers will find their style of campground in the vicinity, which includes the towns of Alachua, Starke, Gainesville and Waldo. River Rise Preserve State Park near High Springs also gets great marks from campers.

Pecan Park Flea & Farmers Market – Jacksonville, FL

Another northeast Florida favorite, off I-95 in Jacksonville, is Pecan Park Flea & Farmers Market, where more than seven hundred covered ‘store fronts’ attract thousands of shoppers each Saturday and Sunday. This is a true family destination, with mini-golf, restaurants and special events on-site, so plan for a full day of fun. Here’s one more bonus—Pecan Park RV Resort is right next door, with large, full service campsites in an attractive setting.

St Augustine Flea Market – St Augustine, FL

Another North Florida flea market popular with RV travelers is the St Augustine Flea Market, just off I-95. Hundreds of vendors in both indoor and outdoor booths offer everything from electronics to fresh produce and antiques. Park your big rig at St Johns RV Park adjacent to the market, and plan to spend both Saturday and Sunday shopping. And don’t miss seeing the nation’s oldest continuous settlement’s many historic attractions while you’re there!

Daytona Flea & Farmers Market – Daytona Beach, FL

Before returning your Florida RV rental in Orlando, or on Friday as you head to the North Florida markets, be sure to stop in Daytona Beach, home of one of the top-rated flea markets in America. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the Daytona Flea & Farmers Market offers one thousand booths on forty nicely maintained acres for the ultimate in flea market shopping. Crazy Horse Campground is right next door to make your trip even more enjoyable.

These are just four fantastic reasons for coming to Florida for an RV camping and flea market shopping vacation. Spectacular beaches, freshwater springs and charming ‘Old Florida’ towns can round out your perfect loop. Use our convenient link to find your Florida RV campground if you plan to stop and play along the way. And be sure to get in touch if we can help with an RV rental!

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