Disclaimer: The following information is updated for 2023. It is for educational purposes.
If you're looking for some great items for a good price, then going to your local flea market is a great option! You never know what sort of deals you'll get when you visit.
In Florida, there are a lot of amazing flea markets, but this one is one of the best!
It's called the Ramona Flea Market in Jacksonville, FL.
Their website says, "Ramona Flea Market is convenient, located near I-295 and I-10, with spacious parking, good food, and entertainment."
"It's a great way to spend a weekend day. Where else in Jacksonville can you shop for mall merchandise at flea market prices, enjoy bounce houses, pony rides, clowns, face painting, corn dogs, funnel cakes, a farmers market, karaoke, cold beer, and have lots of fun searching for treasures," their website also says.
This flea market is open from 8 am to 5 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
There is a $1 admission flea and children under 11 years old can get in for free. This flea market offers over 700 vendors. They sell antiques, crafts, furniture, jewelry, tools, collectibles, and much more!
Another website says, "The Ramona Flea Market has been on the Westside of Jacksonville since opening in 1971. We are a family-friendly flea market owned by Ralph and Sylvia Waller and operated by Rick Waller."
The website also says, "There are 46 acres of fresh produce, new, used, repurposed and antique goods for sale, swap, barter, and trade."
The address for this flea market is 7059 Ramona Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32205.
What do you think about this? Have you ever been to this flea market? What are your favorite flea markets in the state of Florida? Comment below and let me know!
You can click the following link to go to the flea market's website: https://www.ramonaflea.com
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