PINELLAS PARK, Fla. -- After 55 years of service, the Wagon Wheel and Mustang Flea Markets are closing their doors for good. The flea market posted to their Facebook page Wednesday afternoon with the announcement saying, "It is with a heavy-heart that we share with you the news that we will not be reopening. The time has come for us to say farewell."
What You Need To Know
- Wagon Wheel Flea Market not reopening
- Flea market has been in business for 55 years
- They will stay open through the end of June for vendors to remove items
While they are currently closed due to COVID-19, they did not say if that was the reason for the permanent closure.
"Thank all of you for your patronage and support. This has been the most difficult decision we have ever made as a family. We wish you all the best. It is with tears and fond memories that we say goodbye and thank you," they continued to write.
The flea market will only open to allow vendors to remove merchandise and displays. Selling of merchandise will not be allowed.
They will be open for vendors through the end of June from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on these dates; June 15 - 19, June 22 - 26, and June 29 - 30.
After June 30, no one will be allowed on the flea market grounds.