Renninger’s Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center

Hosting over 1,000 vendors over 117 acres of scenic land, Renninger's Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center is the perfect place to score unique high quality antiques and collectibles finds while soaking up some rays of sun.

Held two days a week on 117 acres of scenic land in the heart of Lake County (FL), Renninger’s Mount Dora and Antique Center is the perfect place to score unique vintage finds while soaking up some rays.

Renninger’s Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center features two large buildings and a number of open air shopping areas, which house over 1,000 dealers selling a wide variety of products ranging from high quality antiques and collectibles, to clothing, oddities and fresh produce.

In addition to its bi-weekly flea market, Renninger’s Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center is also home to a large number of special events taking place every month, like  The Renninger’s Antique and Collector’s Extravaganza which take place in November, January, and February.  The show runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Nearly 800 merchants from all over the country come in to set up and sell out in the show field, in the antique center, and under the pavilions.

The Vintage Garden Show, the Fall in the Field Decor Show and the Christmas Show are other special events at Renninger’s Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center. For visitors looking for fun – and not necessarily antiques – the Mud Fest Family, Mud Truck Race, Guitars and Cars music fest and car show are certainly also an experience.

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5 reviews

  1. Lots and lots of outdoor antique vendors, even when weather was threatening. Sellers especially friendly and helpful. Great indoor market with regular long time merchants. Especially liked the wooden sign booth, fudge booth and Avon ladies in their own air conditioned booth. Great bargains. Will definitely go back next trip!

  2. We checked out this place and loved it! The vendors are very friendly and know their history. There is so much to see that we have to come back. It’s a great place to spend the day. There are places to grab a bite to eat and a refreshing drink. The bathrooms are also clean.

  3. If you want to spend a day or two this is an interesting spot. There are dealers of almost everything. I wouldn’t call it an antique mall per se because there are plenty of vendors selling old rusty “treasures” and live animals too. I would imagine it is a muddy mess if it’s raining. I found the outside vendors more engaging and once again they sold everything and anything, fruits, breads, vegetables, pottery, furniture, and everything you remember from your childhood. I would go back, my wife will pass. It’s a bit hilly so wear good footwear to roam outside. Go early for better parking.

  4. GROSS go to yard sales

    Dirty, over priced, infested with ferel cats and bugs, and NO parking!

  5. Loved it.

    We loved it. Stayed the night in Mt Dora and visited Renningers on the way home. There was plenty of parking and plenty of old goods. So many fleas, now, have mostly new stuff from China. Really enjoyed it and found what we were looking for. we’ll be back!

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