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Kinzua Train Scoot

Kinzua Train Scoot

Maple Landmark
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These toys are truly kid friendly and kid powered!

Maple Landmark Toy Company handcrafts a variety of toys and games for kids of all ages, but their most popular items are wooden scoots. Scoots are wooden cars used to inspire the creativity and imaginations of young minds to learn and have fun while they play! Both durable and colorful, scoots are the coolest kids toy for day care playtime, long car trips, and educational pastimes. Kinzua Train Scoots are sold individually so as to give each child a toy they can keep to remember their visit to Kinzua Bridge State Park. Each scoot has the words Kinzua Bridge State Park painted on the side of the train engine. Kids will have a blast as they scoot along with this USA made toy, and they will learn that being both creative and imaginative is a gift and talent that should be cherished as they grow older. Note: For ages 2 and up.

Sustainably harvested native maple hardwood. Measures approximately 2-3/4" x 2" high. Features colored Kinzua Bridge State Park logo.

Maple Landmark has been making eco-friendly and educational wooden toys, games, and gifts in Middlebury, Vermont, for about 40 years, using responsible and sustainable practices to create safe products.

The PA Wilds is home to an impressive and diverse community of skilled artisans, craftspeople, and producers working across a variety of media. The PA Wilds Conservation Shop is proud to source and curate our shop using products made the many talented makers of The Wilds Cooperative of Pennsylvania.  
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All orders placed after 2 pm on a week day will be shipped the following week day.  At this time US Priority Mail is the fastest method of shipping, we do not offer overnight or expedited shipping. 

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