: 1000 to 5000 visitors a day
Hours of operation
: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Number of Vendors
: 500 to 1000 Vendors
: Hartville MarketPlace and Flea Market is one of Ohio’s largest flea markets and attractions. Located in Hartville, Ohio, Hartville MarketPlace and Flea Market are approximately 1 hour South of Cleveland, 20 minutes South of Akron, and 20 minutes North of Canton. Interstate 77 From Interstate 77 get off at Exit #118, which is Massillon Rd Exit. Off the exit turn north on Massillon Rd and go about a 1/2 mile until you hit State Route 619. At State Route 619 make a right, so that you are traveling East. Hartville MarketPlace and Flea Market is 5 miles down the road on the left hand side.
Alternate Driving From the North
If you are traveling South on Interstate 77, then just after Akron get off of Interstate 77 and take State Route 224 to the East. You will be on 224 about 7 miles, until you reach State Route 43. Make a right onto State Route 43, so that you are traveling South. Go to the 2nd light (about 3 miles), which is an intersection with State Route 619 and make a right onto 619. We are about 1 to 1-1/2 miles down 619 on the right hand side.
Alternate Driving from the South
If you are traveling North on Interstate 77, then exit off of 77 at the Akron Canton Airport Exit, which is Exit #113. At the end of the exit make a right onto Lauby Rd. At the next stop sign make a right onto Greensburg Rd/State St, so that you are traveling East. Go to the third light on State St, which is about 3 miles, and make a left onto Market Ave, so that you are traveling North. You will be on Market Ave about 2 or 3 miles until you reach the first light, which is Sate Route 619. Make a left onto State Route 619, so that you are traveling West. We are about 1 mile down 619 on the right hand side.
From Interstate 76 get off at the State Route 43 Exit, which is the same as the Kent State University Exit. Off the exit turn South onto State Route 43. Stay on 43 for about 10 miles until you hit State Route 619 in Hartville. Make a right onto 619, so that you are traveling West. Hartville MarketPlace and Flea Market is 1-1/2 miles down the road on the right hand side.
: PAVILION SPACES: These outdoor spaces have a roof overhead and open air on the sides. Pavilion spaces are 10′ x 10′ concrete spaces under cover with an adjacent 10′ x 30′ blacktop area for vendors’ vehicles or additional display area. We have 200 of these spaces available. Our busy season runs May through September and during these months the pavilion spaces are reserved by the month ahead of time. When reserving, you don’t have to be here all four Market days – you can pick which day or days of the week, consistently for at least one full month, that you want to be here. For example, you could reserve for all the Thursdays for May. If you are interested in reserving a space, contact Bruce or one of the Customer Service representatives at 330-877-9860. Most pavilion spaces cost $17 per day, however “prime” spaces (closer to the building) and corners are $20 per day, and the first two spaces next to the building are $25 per day. During the busy season, reserved dealers must be in their spaces by 9 a.m. If they are not, their spaces will be given to the first person that wants them. If you would like one of the “no-show” spaces, talk to Bruce or one of the representatives at the Customer Service desk inside the MarketPlace. Electricity is available to pavilion spaces for $3 per day.
BLACKTOP SPACES: Many of these spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis. We have 800 of these spaces available. Most are 12 feet across and 30 feet deep and cost $13 per day. However, there are some larger spaces and corner spaces that are $15 t0 $19 per day. All vendor spaces are painted and numbered. You should be here around 6:30-7 a.m. during the busy summer season to get a space.
To set up, all you have to do is find an empty blacktop space and pull into it, and it is yours for the day (this does not apply to pavilion spaces). We will come around later in the morning to collect the money for the space. Some of these spaces are reserved for the season, so please be sure it isn’t spray painted with the word “RESERVED” in it, with an M, T, F or S for the day of the week. For example, if you are here on Monday and a space is painted “RESERVED” with an “S,” then it is only reserved for Saturdays and is available first-come, first-served on Mondays.
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: General Information
1. Hartville MarketPlace and Flea Market reserves the right to refuse admission to
any seller and to inspect all merchandise. Any dealer found in possession of illegal
goods will be removed from the market and the authorities will be contacted.
2. Pornography is prohibited. All items sold or displayed must comply with HMP's
strict standards in order to maintain a wholesome family environment.
3. Absolutely NO fireworks, tobacco items or liquor sales.
4. No games of chance, skill or raffles are allowed without approval of management.
5. No soliciting or walking sales.
6. No sales of concession type foods are permitted.
7. All vendors must keep their displays out of the aisles.
8. Vendor displays in the open-air pavilions must not be more than 5 feet high.
9. Subleasing of a space is not permitted.
10. Sellers agree to be responsible for any and all injuries or damages to persons or
property arising from occupancy of space or seller's activities.
11. No merchandise, awnings, piping or tables can be left overnight.
12. Vendors must not drive stakes, nails, etc. into the blacktop.
13. Anyone causing a disturbance in this market will be escorted from the grounds.
14. Use of obscene language or gestures will not be tolerated.
15. Vendors must clean their spaces at the end of the day. Trash must be placed in the
large black compactor and cardboard (except waxed cardboard) must be placed
in the green compactor. Cardboard boxes must be broken down flat. Vendors are
to dispose only a minimal amount of trash in HMP's facilities. Vendors are not to
use the trash barrels in the aisles - they are for shoppers ONLY! If a vendor leaves
trash in a space, a minimum cleanup charge of $30 per space will be assessed to
16. No sales of dogs, cats, birds or any other live animals.
17. All vendors, reserved or daily, intending to sell any type of firearms must register
at the office before setting up.
Full Description: Calling all treasure hunters! Spend the day at our outdoor flea market searching for hidden treasures while you shop over 800 seasonal vendors. Our famed pavilions, house such favorites as fresh produce, baked goods, local honey, fresh roasted nuts, kettle corn, antiques, books, movies, toys and so much more.
Our outdoor flea market is a 12-acre paradise. The new flea market has come a long way from the dusty, gravel-covered sloping hills of the former location. Today you can enjoy shopping under two covered pavilions that can hold up to 200 vendors or on our smooth blacktop area, which can hold up to 800 transient vendors. The entire area is handicap accessible. The flea market is open all year; however, the busiest time of the year is May through September.