NEPA’s Largest Flea Market Features Hundreds of Vendors
There’s no such thing as a lazy Sunday morning at the Circle Drive-In in Dickson City. Every week, bargain hunters wake up bright and early to go treasure hunting at the Flea Fair. Hundreds of vendors set up in the field and sell… well, just about everything.
You never know what kinds of cool, interesting and just plain quirky things you’re going to find. If you love all things vintage, there’s always plenty of antiques and collectibles. Not everything is old, either. Several vendors sell new items, like clothing and handmade arts and crafts.
The Flea Fair also doubles as a farmers’ market. Local farms offer fresh, seasonal produce and a lovely selection of flowers and plants.
We have to admit, we just couldn’t manage to wake up at daybreak. But when we stopped by on Sunday afternoon, there was still plenty to see. We brought the camera and rummaged around to see what we could find.
The Circle Drive-In Flea Fair is held every Sunday from March through November, weather permitting. Hours are 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.