Seminole Florida
Holiday Village

Wagon Wheel Flea Market and The Mustang

Two markets joined together.

Just a mile away from Holiday Village. Turn left at Seminole Blvd and then right at Park Blvd and it is on your left. You can’t miss it. It is so big. 7801 Park Blvd   Pinellas Park, FL 33781 727-544-5319 125 acres, 2,000 booths (1,300 of them covered) and lots of yummy food options make the Wagon wheel Flea Market one of the biggest attractions for local and visiting bargain hunters and treasure seekers. The market is open every weekend.? This is a landmark flea market that has been operating since 1966. Well laid out and so much variety. Good parking, lots of vendors, very clean. Indoor and outdoor venues. The lot next door is Mustangs flea market which had fresh fruit, vegetables and seafood of all kinds. Many Hispanic and Asian delicacies. Great day here  I Love the Wagon Wheel!! This flea market is huge and filled with lots of treasures! They have a great mix of vintage, used items, new items, and produce! A little bit of everything. The prices are generally very fair as well. Parking is $1, but they give you a few coupons for free food from the concession stands. Is is a fun place to grab some souvenirs and prove you've been in Florida. It's got great prices and definitely good people watching. You can enjoy some fair-style foods as well. If you are looking for a farmers market, look no further. Great prices on delicious produce.  Mustang is also open on Wednesday. This is a massive place to be ... Spend the day .. look around and enjoy. They also have entertainers near the beer pavilion that are fantastic country artists ... and Anne Marie singing in the old food court. If you look you will find something you want ...happy hunting . (some parts are outside so sunblock and hats for those who need it) I have been here several times just to poke around and look at aisle after aisle of treasures. I love it. The have a beer station. That's right folks!  Not only can you check out the plethora of personalities here, but you can sip a cold beer while you do it!  That's drinks, and entertainment. That deserves 4 stars! “A Popular Open Market With Lots of Things To See.”. Exotic produce, that you would not normally see at a regular supermarket, can be found here. A lot of the produce vendors are from Cambodia, Thailand and Laos and are very friendly. I go there to look around but end up buying food items such as fresh green coconuts (for the water and young coconut meat), fresh fruit and sometimes, plants. They have a lot of reasonably priced exotic plants at times such as orchids, frangipani, etc. by Colleen McCarthy, Holiday Village.
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