The Stockton Open Air Market appears the place to be on most Sundays.
Indicative of that is the parking situation – the cars from the early birds often fill the front lot of the 20 acre site to the point where the latecomers to this busy flea market are forced to park along and across Wilson Way.
The Stockton Open Air Market is commonly referred to as the Wilson Way flea market for obvious reasons – it’s located at 3550 N. Wilson Way.
For kids, this is where they could pick up a pack of Pop Pop Snappers, take a spin on one of the midway rides or hop around in the bounce house.
That’s what separates this flea market from the others.
Of course, the Stockton Open Air Mall has a wide selection of garage-sale items, tools, new merchandise, cleaning supplies, fresh produce, clothes, antiques and an array of food vendors.
Need a haircut? This place has a setup for that inside an RV that charges $6 for a men’s or child’s cut or $12 for women and girls.
Looking for a little encouragement about the future? The Stockton Open Air Market offers up a psychic who can do a reading for a low as $10.
Hours of operation are Fridays through Sundays, from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Are you looking for a midweek flea market?
The one in the Carnival lot of the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This where you can find anything from under the sun, including new merchandise, relics, collectibles, household goods, and fresh produce.
The fairgrounds are located at 1658 S. Airport Way.
Stockton Flea Market
This can be a place of paradise for the bargain hunter.
The Stockton Flea Market at 2542 S. El Dorado St. has a wide assortment of items up for grabs.
It’s also one of the few places with both indoors and outdoors facilities.
This place features a farmers market and a dining area located in the indoor section.
The Stockton Flea Market is open Saturday and Sunday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.