Some of the largest flea markets in Georgia include Smiley's Flea Markets & Antique Malls in Macon, Pendergrass Flea Market, and J & J Flea Market in Athens. Lakewood 400 Antiques Market in Cumming is a large upscale market that also sells collectibles.
Smiley's Flea Markets & Antique Malls, which opens every weekend and on the first Friday of every month, has more than 1,000 outdoor and indoor selling spaces. Vendors can rent outside space on a first-come, first-serve basis. In addition to indoor and covered spaces and shops, the market has seven restaurants and concession stands selling food and snacks.
Pendergrass Flea Market, which also opens every weekend, is based entirely indoors with more than 700 selling spaces. Vendors from around the world sell old and new merchandise, fresh vegetables and food products. There is a food court with 12 vendors selling American, Mexican and Asian food. Additional services include a number of salons, a locksmith and car washing.
J & J Flea Market is an outdoor market on a 150-acre site with space for vendor tables under trees, some open-air sheds and indoor spaces as well. The market opens every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Lakewood 400 Antiques Market is held on the third weekend of every month, with the exception of December, when it takes place on the first weekend. The market has 500 indoor spaces and additional outside spaces in the veranda and courtyard. The market mostly sells collectibles, jewelry and creative items for the home and garden.