Great gift inspiration awaits at Nevada’s small businesses. We’ve chosen a few favorites, but CLICK HERE for not only their contact information, but more great places to get that Silver State swag!

Black Rabbit Mead Company in Reno, a person's hand is pouring some mead into a glass. Another bottle sits nearby.

BLACK RABBIT MEAD CO.
Reno
Nevada’s first-ever meadery specializes in cider-style libations with honey sourced from the Sierra Nevada mountains. Aged in bourbon barrels, this delectable mead is refreshing; gluten-free; and available in a variety of fruits, herbs, and spice infusions.

Chocolate Shoppe in Gardnerville, photo shows a bunch of confections wrapped in the shape of Nevada, with a blue and white bow around it.

CHOCOLATE SHOPPE
Gardnerville
Get something sweet for the confection connoisseur in your family. This Gardnerville-based candy crafter specializes in small batch orders including chocolate bark, cherry cordials, honeycomb, toffees, and turtles.

Flag Store Sign & Banner in Sparks, photo shows a gift basket in the shape of Nevada that has coffee, caramels, toffee, oils, vinegars, honey, seasonings, soaps, and more.

FLAG STORE SIGN & BANNER
Sparks
If you need a one-stop shop for all things Nevada—including county and city flags, cutting boards, cookie cutters, and gift baskets—look no further than this champion of Silver State products.


Black Rock Mud in Fernley, image shows an open glass jar with a gray-green mud inside of it.

BLACK ROCK MUD
Fernley
Sourced straight from the earth of the Black Rock Desert and sustainably harvested by hand, this mineral-rich mud mask will leave your skin feeling oh, so good!

Side Hill Spring Lavender in Central Nevada, the image shows several Lavender products, including a bath bomb, hydrosol, lotion, pain relief, and oil.

SIDE HILL SPRING LAVENDER
Central Nevada
Nothing says self-care like lavender oils, lotions, and sachets. This lavender comes straight from the Big Smoky Valley and is raised on natural spring water and plenty of Nevada sunshine.

Erick Begay Native American Jewelry in Boulder City, shows beautiful silver jewelry with red and blue stones. One is a bracelet and the other is a necklace in the shape of a butterfly.

ERICK BEGAY NATIVE AMERICAN JEWELRY
Boulder City
Featuring the finest in Native American art, this master gold-and silversmith offers bolo ties, belt buckles, watches, sand paintings, and a wide range of jewelry.

Battle Born Pins in Las Vegas, shows a hand holding three pins: one is a green cactus with red and pink blooms, another is a bighorn sheep head, and the last is a desert jackrabbit.

BATTLE BORN PINS
Las Vegas
Got a flair for flair? Dress up your look with enamel pins, stickers, and magnets representing vintage Vegas icons—think the Riviera, Stardust, Elvis, and the El Cortez’s carpet—along with the state icons like sagebrush and bighorn sheep.

Collective Coffe Roaster in Elko, image shows a close-up of coffee beans, with books, magazines, and artwork in the background.

COLLECTIVE COFFEE ROASTER
Elko
Treat your coffee maker with gourmet beans shipped straight from this specialty Elko roaster. Delivery subscriptions are available!

Speakeasy Candle Company in Las Vegas, image shows a close-up of candles in cardboard containers and also out by themselves. The center is in brown cardboard and indicates it is Cucumber Mint Mojito scented.

SPEAKEASY CANDLE CO.
Las Vegas
Cocktails and candles absolutely do mix. Browse this lineup of thoughtfully crafted scents to find that perfect aroma like the Gin & Tonic, which features notes of juniper, lime, red currant, and aged woods. 

Nevada State Parks logo, in the shape of Nevada, with stylized sun, mountains, pine tree and river.

NEVADA STATE PARKS ALL ACCESS PASS
Statewide
The Nevada State Parks All Access Pass is perfect for the weekend warrior in your life. For $250, they’ll get an entire year with no entrance, camping, and boating fees for all Nevada’s state parks.  

Wyld Market Collective in Reno, image is split in two. Left side shows a woman at an outdoor market, selling trucker hats. Lots of people and items for sale in the background. Right sie shows a closeup of the trucker hats, with Nevada logos embroidered on them, with different fillings. One has a leopard pring, and another has a mountain and cacti.

WYLD MARKET COLLECTIVE
Reno
This brand-new artisan collective celebrates collaboration by featuring emerging makers. Shop online to find a wide selection of local potters, weavers, and artists, or stop in at their retail space in the Reno Public Market. 

Made in Nevada sidebar, says "Looking to shop local this holiday season? Check out madeinnevada.org for an incredible selection of goods grown and produced entirely within the Silver State. You can shop for everything from apparel and artisan crafts to a wide array of offerings from ranches and farms." Image shows necklaces with pendants in the shape of Nevada, a Nevada Grown cookbook, a pewter pin in the shape of Nevada, some chocolates, moccasins, wrapped meat, yarn, cantaloupe jam, and wooden coasters with stylized mountain scenes on them.

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