Shopping in Idyllwild is a unique experience. Local businesses stock original items made by local artists and artisans, plus a number of items you cannot find elsewhere. Here is a quick guide to inexpensive and unique items you can only find in Idyllwild.

Casey Abrams T-shirt, $14.99 (Creative Tiger/B’s Mountain of Books)
Paint your own pottery! (includes instruction, glazes and firing), $18 heart mug (Earth ‘n’ Fire)
Fused-glass wine stopper (by Terry Casella), $20 (Artspresso Gallery)
Hand-thrown ceramic tumbler (by Trudy Levy), $25 (Everitt’s Minerals)
Nell Davis Old Fashioned Candy (made in Anza), $1.49+ (Fairway Market)
Hand-painted rocks (by Kathleen Chaney), $10-$20 (Florest in the Forest & Gallery)
Wood candle holder (by M. Jones), $25 (Forest Furniture)
Historic photos (matted), $10.95-$15 (Idyllwild Area Historical Society Museum Shop)
Alpacas of Anza Valley yarn, $10-20 (Magic Tree Toys)
Prickly Pear Cactus Syrup (harvested locally), $9 (Idyllwild Nature Center)
“The Somewhat ‘Complete’ Guide to Walks & Hikes from Idyllwild to the Palm Springs Tram,” plus waterproof San Jacinto Wilderness Trail Map, $20.90 (Nomad Ventures)
Idyllwild-area photo cards (Mark G. Nelthorpe Photography), $2.75 (Idyllwild Pharmacy)
Idyllwild T-shirts, $20 (Idyllwild Pizza Co.)
Idyllwild area map necklace, $14 (Prairie Dove Boutique)
Notecards featuring original paintings by Ronald Singerton (8-pack), $12.95 (Singerton Gallery)
Baby biker bib, $9.99 (The Idyllwild Soda Pop & Sweet Shop)
Locally made candles (scents include Pacific Crest Trail, Idyllwild Cabin & Garner Valley), $16.99 (The Spruce Moose)
Idyll-Beast Research Center T-shirt, $15 (The Cave)
Idyllwild license plate frames, $15 (Idyllwild Town Crier)
Idyllwild/Big Horn Sheep socks, $7.95 (Wooley’s)