American Made Wooden Toys


We have compiled a list of U.S. wood toy manufacturers & brands, which might include large corporations, small companies and individuals.

There are currently 7 companies in this list, which might include wooden toys made from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.

We've included a few details about the companies and their products along with direct links to both the manufacturer & various on-line retailers where you can get the latest prices, shipping costs, special offers & more.

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D and ME

D and ME



Welcome to Made in Montana, USA, handmade, quality, classic children's wooden toys. All of their handcrafted wood toys provide hours of imaginative play for toddlers and children of all ages. The toys may be ordered with or without (natural) a child safe oiled finish.


Holgate Toys

Holgate Toys



They are committed to providing safe, durable wooden toys made to be played with and enjoyed for generations. Holgate's collection includes classic stacking, sorting, and pull toys along with a variety of toddler furniture.


Lapps Toys & Furniture

Lapps Toys & Furniture



Lapp’s Toys is a small, family-owned business nestled in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania which specialized in toy product manufacturing. They primarily service wholesale customers within a few hours of Lancaster, but they stock all of their products, although they can run low in the Fall (before Christmas).


Maple Landmark

Maple Landmark



At Maple Landmark has been making eco-friendly, educational wooden toys, games and gifts since 1979 at their shop in Middlebury, Vermont. They employ about 40 local folks year around and as a result of these practices they produce products that have always been safe and of superior quality. Many people know them for their NameTrains, but they craft a wide array of children’s products including heirloom wooden baby toys, toddler toys, board games and gifts.



Mauka Woodwerks



Mauka Woodwerks is a green family owned & operated company that makes handcrafted, organic, one-of-a-kind children's toys and other unique products. Many mass-produced toys are made with toxic materials that can be harmful for your children. With Mauka Woodwerks, on the other hand, you know you are getting 100% natural items with no toxins.

TreeToBox

TreeToBox



A design engineer by trade and second-generation visual artist, his boxes and toys are inspired by the examination of design and also in the toys from childhood memories. Each design presents a new learning experience. Working in wood exclusively, and the construction is a process accomplished with continuous input from customers that slowly build to a new product.

Unique Wooden Toys

Unique Wooden Toys



Handcrafted in America, they make toys that are educational and imaginative. They have Amish built wooden toy barns and farm play sets, doll houses and childrens wooden play furniture. They also make some unique wooden banks. The whole family can enjoy beautiful handcrafted wooden games and an assortment of marble rollers.



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Manufacturers Sites:

1. - http://www.dandmewoodtoys.com/toys/Scripts/default.asp
2. - https://www.facebook.com/HolgateToys/
3. - http://www.lappstoysandfurniture.com/
4. - http://www.maplelandmark.com/
5. - http://maukawoodwerks.blogspot.com/
6. - http://www.treetobox.com/
7. - http://www.myuniquewoodentoys.com/


Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce games & toys here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.