Location and Info for http://mFleaMarket.com


Household items, tools, vegetable plants, fruit trees, citrus trees, antiques and collectibles, fresh produce, and new merchandise, and much more…

Come out with the family and enjoy a snack or meal from our new food vendors (American food, Mexican food and more…) and enjoy a good time here shopping from our hundreds of vendors!

Only open on Saturdays and Sundays.

2200 Gravenstein Highway South, Sebastopol, California
Sonoma County

At 2200 Gravenstein Highway South. Take I-101 to Route 116 west to Sebastopol, about five  miles, and market will be on the left

(707) 823-7874
In operation since the 1960s

Reservations are not required

Rent a Space: Starting at
$20 for 4’X8′ table
$25 for 4’x10′ table
(Corner tables are a minimum of two tables)

Flea Market Space Setup:
Saturday – 7:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Sunday    – 6:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

Free admission – Free Parking – RV Capable – Indoor/Outdoor

Open Rain or Shine – Two snack bars & Food  vendors (hot and cold food).

Sell your stuff or come find alot of  good deals!!!

8 Responses to “Location and Info for http://mFleaMarket.com”

  1. Rhonda Azzolino Says:

    Is the flea market open all year round? If not when does it open for the season?

  2. Midgley Admin Says:

    We are closed for 2-3 weeks, last of December and start of January, but otherwise, yes, we are open almost all year long.
    Stop in and say Hi!

  3. Ramon Says:

    Are the tables included with the space rental, or do you need to bring your own?

  4. Midgley Admin Says:

    95% of our spaces do include tables. Two different size spaces which are the following 4’x8′-$18 and 4’x10′-$23.

  5. Gilbert Says:

    What is the amount of foot traffic on Sundays? Which day is the largest for customers?

  6. s corporation Says:

    What a great resource!

  7. Yvonne Clarke Says:

    Which weekend in January 2012 do you reopen? Thanks

  8. Fred Bush Says:

    With all of the years that you have been open, I think that it would be nice to include a little info about the history of Midgleys on your web page.

    I lived on Cooper Rd. and we used to ride our bikes over as kids and look at the WWII Half Tracks he had parked there. 🙂

    Midgleys has been much more to Sebastopol and I was just thinking that it would be nice if people knew about that too 🙂

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