Due to insurance regulations pets are NOT allowed and/or the sale of live animals is NOT allowed
Wilmot Mountain Flea Market always tries to be open. We suggest you bring a tent or plastic tarp for rain delays. Staff will watch radar and keep guests and vendors informed. Our experience is once the weather clears the shoppers will come out, and those who endure have a great sales day. Wilmot Mountain Flea Market does not issue rain checks
NO – The selling of food and beverages that may be consumed on grounds is not allowed. Kenosha County Fairgrounds does the concession sales exclusively. Additionally, any persons attempting to sell alcoholic beverages will be arrested.
If you are a frequent seller you need to contact the Wisconsin Department of Revenue for a seller’s permit. The cost of a seller’s permit is only around $20. If you sell only occasionally, for example you’re having a garage sale for cleaning out your attic – then no sales tax ID is required. If you earn under $2000.oo annually selling under the “Wisconsin Occasional Seller Rule” you can vend without a Wisconsin tax ID. You must check the Wisconsin Dept of Revenue website for all accurate up to date rules. We are not responsible to check accuracy, you are.
Sellers may put small trash items for example food and beverage wrappers in the cans in the aisles. All merchandise boxes and large items must be taken out by the sellers. NO dumping is tolerated. All dumpsters on site are for Wilmot Staff only!
The market requires all sellers to remain until 2:00 p.m. before break down. Wilmot Flea Market has radio ads airing from 5:00am until 1:00pm stating that we are open from 7:00-2:00pm – as a result, we have noticed that people are coming later and later into the afternoon, vendors that leave early will miss out on sales.
This is the 16th year Wilmot Flea Market has been in business.
Yes – We are famous for our Bloody Mary’s, and sponsored by Miller Brewing Company.