OPEN EVERY WEEKEND YEAR ROUND!A visit to 400 Market represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Innisfil trip planning tool to plot your vacation.
The 400 Market was started in 1986 as a flea and farmers market to service Simcoe County and to attract travelers of the 400 Highway. Since the 400 Market has opened, successfully, it has increased in size with three expansions, to its present day size of 105,000 sq. ft. Even the vendors became more sophisticated with their merchandise. However, the flair of the old flea market still exits.
Thousands of shoppers pass through the doors every weekend. Fifty per cent of all the visitors to the 400 Market are from outside a fifty mile radius. It's become a landmark on the highway, and a shopping destination which draws people from Toronto to Sudbury.
Wide aisles allow shoppers, particularly parents with baby strollers, easy access, along with shoppers with walkers and wheelchairs.
A real ambience has evolved over the years. For some people, it is the place to bring visitors from out-of-town, or their favorite aunt, who is looking for collectable antiques. For others, it's a place to buy everything from diamond rings and plasma screen televisions. Some products are new to North America and not found anywhere else!
Vendors for the most part, are operating their own businesses at the Market, so friendliness is more than just a slogan. The vendors are the ones responsible for the happy shopping experience, when people visit the famous 400 Market.
The 400 Market is open year round every Saturday and Sunday from 9 to 5 every weekend. There are presently 500 vendors under one roof with an additional outside. The 400 Market also houses a full time Antique Mall that is 30,000 sq. ft. open 7 days all year round from 10 to 5:30 and can be contacted at Roadshow Antiques (705) 436-6222.
We offer a wide variety of possibilities to sell your product. New vendors are always welcome. We shall provide you with space, subject to availability, outdoors under our roof line or out in the open. Within the building we offer space for almost any type of merchandise. These spaces are in well trafficked areas and potentially good sales spots.
New vendors have the option of a one day or weekend rentals, both for inside or out. Or for permanent space first and last months rent on deposit is required, with 30 days notice upon leaving. So no long term leases are required. We offer attractive prices and hope to welcome you at the 400 Market.
Inside Daily Inside Monthly
$75.00 Saturday $400 Booth
$95.00 Sunday $425.00 Premium Booth
$140.00 Weekend $450.00 Corner Booth
Outside Canopy Parking Lot
$25.00 Saturday $25.00 Saturday
$50.00 Sunday $40.00 Sunday
$70.00 Weekend $60.00 Weekend
$275.00 Monthly $220.00 Monthly
Please contact Scott or Patty @ 705.436.1010 (Preferably on Mondays and Fridays from 9-5pm) for more details...
INSIDE MARKET VENDOR POLICIES:
1. All monthly vendors will provide the management with a series of post-dated cheques dated the first (1
) of every
month. Vendors not paying rent when due will be considered to be leaving and on the last month, their space will be rerented. There are no partial refunds and no sub-letting is permitted.
2. N.S.F. cheques will not be tolerated and will be considered grounds for eviction. There is a $30.00 charge for any
3. Booths are to be open both Saturday and Sunday at all times between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Repeated late openings
or early closings will result in a minimum $50.00 fine, or eviction, at the discretion of management.
4. One free table is provided per space. Any extra tables are to be provided by the vendor. Inside booths are
approximately 8’ x 8’, or as marked.
5. Vendors may only sell from the spot to which allocated and may not set up in any other space, even if that space is
unoccupied. Aisles must be kept clear of vendor’s products. Persistent aisle encroachment will result in eviction.
6. The 400 Market does not offer exclusivity to vendors, but we do try to use common sense so that everyone has the
opportunity to be successful.
7. All vendors must keep their space clean and deposit their garbage in the bins provided at the rear of the building.
Failure to do so will result in the loss of space and/or a $50.00 clean up charge.
8. Vendors will not use or implement any illegal or unethical selling techniques or business practices. Refund policies must
be displayed in a clearly visible area.
9. Vendors and their employees will not use profane language, wear clothing with obscene or rude slogans, or display
articles which are clearly suggestive, obscene and/or profane.
10. The 400 Market reserves the right to evict any vendor whose actions and sales practices are not considered to be good
for the market.
11. There will be no alcoholic beverages permitted on the premises. Any vendor or employee who appears to be
intoxicated, or under the influence of any mood altering drug will be immediately evicted from the premises.
12. No vendor will sell any food or beverage for consumption on the premises without the written permission of the owners
and the management.
13. Sales of explosive or highly flammable articles are strictly prohibited in the building or on the premises. Any special
occasion firework sales are subject to approval from the local town offices.
14. The 400 Market and its management accept no responsibility for any injury or accident that occurs to vendors or their
employees on the premises.
15. The 400 Market and its management will not be responsible for theft or vandalism to a vendor’s goods at any time.
16. The 400 Market does not carry insurance to cover the loss of vendor’s goods by fire, water damage or any perils. It is
the responsibility of the vendor to arrange his own insurance coverage if he so chooses.
17. No vendor or employee shall be allowed to stay overnight on the premises, even in a camper or mobile home.
18. The 400 Market requests that upon departure from the 400 Market, all garbage must be placed in the containers
provided outside the building.
19. The 400 Market reserves the right to relocate any vendor to a booth of equal or larger size.
20. All electrical work should be done by a certified electrical contractor and will require a Certificate of Inspection by
Ontario Hydro. Vendors will be required to pay a $36.00 fee for this Certificate. The Vendor also agrees that all
permanent structures built will become the Property of the Market.
400 Market Reviews
My Art students who sculpt stone will be there in spring 2020. very cool. I sculpted stone at the gates of the market for several years. I return now with my students from Barrie. more »
This is a great market worth checking out. Recommend it. we will be back for sure. lots of interesting things to look at. Made some good purchases... more »
The market has lots of vendors, something for everyone. Or just walk around on a rainy day. Lots of food vendors, for snacks on the way home. Check out Colleen, The Beer Mitt Lady. They are a great gift for any occasion. Not only to hold that cold beer, but wine coolers, pop, coffee cups etc. She has lots of other hand made items as well!! All reasonably priced.
We had a nice Saturday morning exploring the market with all of the cool vendors and lots used game stores. I wish I took more pics of the market, the entire market is a great place to explore. We could spend hours and hours here.
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