** Estes Park Businesses ** Use the Contact form or email directly to info@nationalparkbark.com to get in touch with us about wholesale pricing for any of our centennial products. We can supply magnets, ornaments, bookmarks, keychains, and clocks with the centennial logo. Versions are available with your business information engraved directly on our products.

The Estes Park Centennial will be celebrated in 2017. Estes Park was named by William Byers for the first permanent residents, Joel Estes and his wife Patsy. It was established in April, 1917, two years after Rocky Mountain National Park was established.

We are proud to be licensed through the Town of Estes Park to sell products with the Estes Park Centennial logo! A portion of all sales will be donated to the Town of Estes Park for the Knoll-Willows Open Space legacy project.

Estes Park Centennial Wall Clock
Estes Park Centennial Clock
**Note:  Due to the unique design and selection of reclaimed woods for each clock, the picture shows the exact clock you will receive. Our unique, handcrafted Estes Park centennial wall clock measures about 11" wide by 12" tall. The centennial logo is burned into reclaimed rough sawn red cedar and features a precision quartz clock movement for years of trouble free operation.  Requires one AA battery.  Includes hanging hardware on the back.
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Estes Park Centennial Magnet
Estes Park Centennial Magnet
Our Estes Park centennial magnet measures about 2 1/4" in diameter and has a high strength magnet applied to the back.  The centennial logo is burned into sustainable red alder wood to make a lasting keepsake.
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Estes Park Centennial Ornament - Leather Loop
Estes Park Centennial Ornament
Our Estes Park centennial ornament measures about 3 1/8" in diameter and comes with either a red ribbon or leather hanging loop (select below).  The centennial logo is burned into sustainable red alder wood to make a lasting keepsake.
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