Connect with Metro Detroit Venders – Shop Antiques, Collectibles & More in Waterford

In 1976, Oakland County’s Waterford Township welcomed The Dixieland Flea Market to the corner of Dixie Highway and Telegraph Road. Original vendors sold mostly antiques and specialty items and still do, however today with the changes in the economy many of the current vendors have adapted their merchandise to cater to the everyday family needs. A truly unique, exciting family-friendly shopping experience!

Visitors are welcome to join Dixieland any Friday, Saturday, or Sunday to experience a bustling market filled with over 200 vendors occupying around 90,000 square feet of selling space. A variety of vendors offer a wide range of items such as new and vintage clothing, accessories, costumes, candles, perfumes, games, books, magazines, adult toys, CDs, sportscards, collectibles, and memorabilia.

At Dixieland, visitors can enjoy more than just shopping as the market provides a complete experience. A food court with four different restaurants, and sometimes a food truck, serves Italian, Mexican, American, and Asian cuisines. In the warmer months, outdoor shops provide endless rows of vendors to explore, and the outdoor seating area provides a relaxing spot to soak up the sun while taking a break from carrying around newly acquired goods.

Furthermore, Dixieland offers a range of services to enhance visitors’ experiences, including jewelry repair, computer repair, graphic design, custom-made t-shirts, a hair salon, a barber shop, and even a chiropractor.

With so much to see and do, visitors can easily spend an entire day at Dixieland. Whether a collector or someone searching for unique items, there’s something for everyone at the market. Don’t miss out on the excitement – come visit Dixieland soon!


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