This flea market is hands down my favorite activity for a Sunday morning. It only costs about a dollar to get in (there's a discount with a student ID), and parking is free. Inside, browsing alone provides enough excitement for my morning. I've gotten great vintage clothes, bags, art, jewelry, and junk at this place. Some of the prices are kinda high, but you've just got to bargain or move on to the next stall to find what you're looking for at a price you're willing to pay. I pretty much exclusively buy my sunglasses here--you can count on their unfailing selection of six and seven dollar knockoffs year-round. The furniture selection is also great for those of the Shabby Chic persuasion, and I've gotten great deals several times by waiting to purchase towards the end of the day. Be careful on days that might be even the slightest bit hot. Even if I leave my house in a coat and pants, the parking lot this market is held in ALWAYS ends up being unbearably hot. Wear sunscreen!
Pros: Cheap, Fun way to spend a Sunday, lots of Variety, free parking in the lot!
Cons: It gets hot!