History of Jake's Flea Market
Jacob “Jake” Treichler‘s dream started back in 1980 with few vendors selling their wares out along Route 100. Maybe it was his infectious laugh or his knack for making everyone feel special but the vendors kept coming back. To Jake, the flea market and its vendors were his family and together they kept growing.
Before long, Jake’s flea market became the place to go on a Saturday and Sunday to find all of those items that no one else seemed to have. It has become a place, not only for buyers and sellers to meet, but a place where neighbors and friends can gather on a weekly basis.
Unfortunately, on April 4th 2003, Jake was struck by a pick-up truck. He was killed while crossing Route 100 the night before the flea market was scheduled to open for the season. He was only 50 years old.
Open Easter Sunday
Jake’s Flea Market in Barto, PA
Open: Saturday & Sunday
6:00am – 1pm
April – Christmas
“Rain or Shine – We’re Open!”
Antiques and Collectibles
Love antiques? Collect something unusual? From extremely old pre-1800, pre-1900s to vintage and modern, Jakes has it all. The more you visit, the greater the chance you’ll add to your collection. Are you a Reseller? Come on down!
Produce and Handcrafts
When visiting Jakes Flea Market, you can find fresh produce for your kitchen, local honey and even home baked goods. Additionally, you can browse hand made jewelry, unique sculptures, clothing, and other art.
Furniture, Tools & More
Save money on everything including appliances, furniture to kitchen and cleaning supplies. Jake’s is a great place to find tools, garage, garden and workshop equipment. We’ve got everything including the kitchen sink!