Swap Meets and Flea Markets in oregon

Oregon's Featured Flea Market is Picc-a-dilly Flea Market located in Eugene

Picc-A-Dilly Flea Market is Eugene's largest, longest running, and most diverse flea market.  Enjoyed by both Sellers and Buyers, the Picc-A-Dilly is Located in the Lane County Fairgrounds as it has been since 1970. Picc-A-Dilly is also one of the Fairgrounds longest running family events.  The Flea is open every other Sunday except for July and August.  Tickets are $1.50 from 10am to 3pm. Early bird hours at 8am for a cost of $7.50.

The Picc-A-Dilly is owned by Peggy and Fred Ward and Suzanne and Bruce Jackson.  The Wards and Jacksons have a friendship of over 30 years and counting.  Peggy and Suzanne have both had careers in banking prior to purchasing the market, and husbands Fred and Bruce own and operate Duckworth Construction Company together.  Truly a family affair;  everyone in the Ward and Jackson families has helped out at the Flea at one time or another during it's 40 year history.

Picc-A-Dilly is celebrating it's 40th year in business in 2010.  Definitely not your usual dry dusty old smelling market - the atmosphere at Picc-A-dilly is alive with socializing;  great finds, and music provided by Christopher Stubbs.  The Flea (as it's affectionately called) is clean and well run.  Attention to detail by management is as evident as the fun friendly family atmosphere and the always fresh mix of vendors, shoppers and unique items. At the Picc-A-Dilly you can find whatever you are looking for even if you don't know what it is you are looking for. 

Unique to the Picc-A-Dilly is that many of our long time vendors children have now grown up and have become vendors themselves.  Not many businesses can claim that.   It's the people that make Picc-A-Dilly so very special.  

Picc-A-Dilly is continuing to grow and change with the times to make it even better for all.