LOGAN — In 1999, the Hocking Hills Market opened and since has grown from just a weekend flea market to one of Southeastern Ohio’s number one shopping destinations.
From just a handful of tiny buildings and an outdoor flea market, it has grown to host over 100 unique vendors and is the largest and only permanent flea market in the area.
Locals making their way through the Hocking Hills and tourists from around the country stop to shop for everything from boots, furniture, clothing, food, antiques and so much more — and oftentimes spend the entire weekend browsing through the inventory of the onsite vendors.
Vendors come from far and near to sell their wares, while locally owned shops offer a huge variety of antiques, crafts, new products and so much more to those visiting. During summertime months, visitors will find fresh from the garden fruit and vegetables for sale.
After exploring the many shops, visitors can stop by the Hocking Hills Mini Golf and play a family friendly game of golf on the beautifully landscaped course or stop by one of the eateries onsite for a bite to eat and a scoop of ice cream for dessert.
The market is open year round, seven days a week for your shopping pleasure and is conveniently located between Logan and Lancaster on US 33. The Hocking Hills Market has something for everyone.
For more information on the market, or for indoor vendor space availability, contact 740-974-1138.