About Us:

     Lakeland Outdoor Market (LOM) is a unique swap meet in the Lake Elsinore area. Lake Elsinore is part of the Inland Empire and is located 20 miles south of Riverside and 23 miles north of Temecula. Our quaint outdoor market is open Saturdays and Sundays, however, Sunday is the busy day with over 100 vendors. We are located at:

33100 Vail Street
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

(on the corner of Grand Ave and Vail St)

     What makes our swap meet distinct is the family-friendly vibe that you get from the vendors, shoppers, and the owners. In fact, interaction with our vendors is part of the fun at Lakeland Outdoor Market. A few of the vendors who have been with us from the beginning are quite iconic such as “Bob the key man” and “Elias the sock man.” The marketplace is smaller than the behemoths in Los Angeles and Orange County but you’ll still find plenty of great deals on a wide variety of merchandise including clothing and accessories, shoes, leather goods, tools, gifts, collectables, household items, pet supplies, music, jewelry, electronics, toys, and plants. You can also find a number of service professionals that sell flooring, windows, and more. Patrons from the surrounding areas of Wildomar, Corona, Menifee, and Murrieta are especially drawn to the large variety of fresh produce and other packaged food items. Plus every week we have vendors who are just cleaning out their garages so you never know what treasures you’ll find.

     Lakeland Outdoor Market is a family-oriented attraction where you can spend an hour or a half day. In addition to shopping our customers enjoy sitting under the shade-covered patio, meeting with friends, and enjoying homemade Mexican food from our Gran Fiesta eatery. Popular menu items include the soft tacos, homemade menudo, and freshly rolled taquitos. Kids look forward to a myriad of activities especially at the holidays. One of the most fun days of the year is LOM’s Day of the Dead Celebration. Activities are held all day long and include dancing, contests, an Altar de Muertos exhibit, pumpkin carving, games, face painting, a piñata, and more. Patrons and vendors alike are invited to dress in Day of the Dead garb for the special event. Other holiday celebrations include Christmas, Easter, and Cinco de Mayo. For up-to-the-minute updates follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.