Lee County Flea Market, LLC
Open Every Saturday & Sunday Rain or SHINE!
Table Prices
Tables in the field are$8.00 and are first come first serve.  Tables under the shed can be rented by calling for a reservation, any of the numbers above and they are $17.00

Welcome to the Lee County Flea Market!


We are home to one of East Central Alabama's largest outdoor flea markets.  We have some of the best deals around. Bargains are plentiful and our wonderful Dealers price their goods to sell!


The LCFM is located at the Intersection of Hwy 431 North and 280 West and Lee Road 379 in Smiths Station, Alabama. We are about 15 miles east of Opelika, Alabama and only about 10 miles from Columbus, Georgia.




 You can shop all year long at the LCFM.  We are open every Saturday and Sunday from " sun up to sun down."  Come walk and shop amid an endless array of goods from colorful tables full of collectible items, house wares, toys, clothing, hunting gear, fishing gear, as well as lots of brand new items, homemade candles, appliances, furniture, radio speakers, televisions, leather belts, home baked items, and much more.



There is a full time Snack Shack open every Saturday and Sunday during the market hours.  We are a great place to spend the morning, afternoon or the entire day. Some call us, "the biggest littlest Flea Market."  People come here to shop for bargains.  So what are you waiting for? Let's get going to the Lee County Flea Market for an outdoor experience of shopping and fun.               


Recent Flea Marketer's comments:


 "I found all kinds of new cell phone cases and accessories."

"No baking for me during any event, I can find fresh baked goodies here all the time!"


" I usually find something for my kids at Lee County Flea Market. They love coming here. You sure can save a lot of money on Christmas items."



"When I need new camos for deer season I come here. There is such a great selection of hunting clothes here every fall."


"They have people selling livestock behind the back buildings.  Goats, chickens, rabbits and ducks."