Owned by Marc and Jen Taylor, Roadrunner Rocks in Creswell is ready for business! After opening on East Oregon Avenue in 2018, Roadrunner Rocks has taken off with the gem collectors in the community.
Roadrunner Rocks contains everything from home decor, small trinkets and locally made jewelry. The Taylors also have several thousand pounds of minerals, fossils and rocks from all over the world.
The Taylors like to gather unique pieces in their travels, but specialize in amethyst, featuring rare formations and odd inclusions. Roadrunner Rocks has over 1,400 minerals in stock and even offers custom gem cabochons and lapidary work.
In the spring, Roadrunner Rocks will host several educational and fun field trips for children, focusing on rocks, minerals and geology. Also in the works, Roadrunner Rocks plans to have an on-site dinosaur dig site and gem mine. The Taylors have even been known to give presentations at museums and local schools.
”Our love of the rocks is amazing. We’re always happy to share our knowledge and time,” Marc Taylor says.
Roadrunner Rocks will even identify unknown rocks for the community, feature a 20 percent off discount on anything in the store for Creswell residents and offer free shipping on all orders.
Those who are interested in rocks, minerals or looking for a unique piece of jewelry, should visit Roadrunnerrocks.com or visit the Taylors at their store in Creswell. Roadrunner Rocks, Creswell’s new not-so-hidden gem store.
Address: 298 E. Oregon Ave., Creswell
Social Media: Facebook.com/RoadrunnerRocks
Hours: Mon-Fri: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sat & Sun: Closed