Did You Know the Midwest’s Best Flea Market Is Here in Illinois?
Up until recently, I have not been much a fleaer, (is that even a word?), but my husband likes to repurpose old things, so off to the flea markets we go.
I by no means am a flea market professional, but I like to think I can spot a cool item to repurpose when I see it, and it sounds like the Kane County Flea Market is THE place to go to get our next big haul.
Kane County Flea Market has been delighting shoppers for 50 years running and prides itself in being "The Best in the Midwest or Anywhere". If you're used to flea markets full of tables filled with what you think of as "old junk", get ready for an entirely new shopping experience at Kane County Flea Market.
The Kane County Flea Market features over 600 dealers both indoors and outdoors selling truly unique items that even have professional flea market shoppers pounding down the gates to get in. Kane County Flea Market's website says;
We are the place movie makers, celebrities, and collectors go to get their monthly dose of fun and discovery. You should come and see first-hand what all of the antique and collecting TV shows are really all about. As Helen Robinson always said, "One man’s junque is another man’s treasure." What will you find this month?
From refurbished furnture and vinyl records to sports collectibles and handmade trinkets, we've got it all. We are one of the longest running, best antique and collectable Flea Markets in the world. We have been a place for people to come and enjoy the fun of searching and finding the one thing they have sought for ages.
Doesn't that sound like a place you need to go shopping?!?
The Kane County Flea Market typically runs one weekend a month, on Saturday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. It's located at 525 S Randall Rd. in St. Charles, Illinois, and admission is $6 for everyone over 12 years old. Three more shopping weekends are still scheduled for 2021 and include; October 2nd & 3rd, November 6th & 7th, December 4th & 5th.
Have you been to the Kane County Flea Market before? Is it as cool as it sounds? I'd love to hear what you think!