Treasure and bargain hunters alike will surely rejoice at the news that the Milton Flea Market, which burned down last year will re-open this Friday, April 24. About 65% of the original structure has been rebuilt, with plans to build more buildings if there is enough demand for it. Currently, there are 70 stalls indoors, with an additional 100 or so vendors selling outside.
The Parkway Flea market on the other hand, will open in St. Albans on the same Friday. The former grocery store on MacCorkle Avenue is now a 60,000 square foot haven for shoppers, housing 40 vendors and can accommodate up to 150 stalls.
Milton is about 50-minutes away from Charleston by car. The flea market will open at 8am daily, and will close at 4pm Mondays through Fridays, and 5pm Saturdays through Sundays. The Parkway Flea Market is a quick 15-minute drive from downtown Charleston. The market’s hours is from 10am to 5pm on Fridays, and 8am to 5pm on Saturday and Sundays.
Those interested to rent spaces in the flea markets can call (304) 743-9642 for the Milton Flea Market and (304) 549-7160 for the Parkway Flea Market.