About 900 unique stores jam-packed with bargains. New and vintage art, jewelry, and crafts. 20 food stands, fresh picked fruits and veggies. With over 400,000 square feet of shopping and visitors from around the globe, Fleamasters Fleamarket is a popular tourist stop — and every shopper's dream. Bring family and friends for a one-of-a-kind shopping spree!
Summer Hours, May 1 — Sept. 30
Fri. 9 to 3, Sat. & Sun. 9 to 5
Market Hours, Oct. 1 — April 30
Fri., Sat. & Sun. 9 to 5
GPS and Mailing Address
4135 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Ft. Myers, Florida 33916
Fleamasters invites crafters to rent space in the market at the low price of $5 per day (plus 6 percent sales tax and .50 per day occupational license). Artists, crafters and photographers who are selling their own works can take advantage of this special offer. Please call Fleamasters' office for more information... 239-334-7001. See you at the market...
Open a store at Fleamasters; reach 1.4 million shoppers annually! Select from a variety of store sizes and locations. Rent for a day, weekend or month. No business license required.
A Little Bite of Maine (Blue Aisle, North Food Court) is featured in this week's News-Press. Watch the video; get your lobster on! "Flea markets, a Moose Lodge, gas stations, entrepreneurial SWFL chefs are getting their starts in unconventional locations." read more
Off the Eaten Path is all about schnitzel as big as your head! "Pork is pounded into a thin, irregular shape, then fried to a golden crisp, served with a wedge of lemon and a cup of house-made sauce. The schnitzel can also be ordered as a sandwich, or as Hunter's Schnitzel, served with spaetzle and mushroom gravy..." Read about Jimmy Jimmy's Schnitzel Shack (Fleamasters' Blue 12) in Wednesday's News-Press, and come try a platter this weekend. read more
Fleamasters opened mid-July, in 1986. Outdoor markets date back to ancient times where merchants gathered to buy and sell goods and services.
Planning to bring Fido to Fleamasters? Please read our dog policy, first...