One Tank Trip: Rogers Flea Market


ROGERS, Ohio (WJW)– Located in Columbiana County in the village of Rogers is the largest flea market in the tri-state region.

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It started in 1955 as a small consignment produce auction. A lot has changed in 75 years.

“It’s more flea market now than auction. That’s the history of it. Somewhere around the mid-70s is when the flea market really started to really take over. We started with about 4 acres and now we’ve grown to just shy of 250. We’ve got roughly 100 acres of free parking, and about 40 or 50 acres of vendor spots.┬áThere is 1,675 total vendor spots,” said Wade Baer, owner.

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There’s still plenty of fresh produce as well as a sea of constantly-changing vendors.

“You name it, it’s probably out there. Homemade craft items, housewares. There’s shirts, T-shirts, boots, shoes, antiques. There might be somebody out there trying to sell there car. I’m not sure,” Baer said.

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Making your way through the aisles will take some time. You’ll probably work up an appetite. There’s also food stands with burgers, gyros and fresh-squeezed lemonade.

And best of all, it’s just a One Tank Trip.


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