Interpretive Signs for Trails

Effective interpretive planning on a trail reflects sensitivity to the landscape, as well as the needs and interests of visitors. The ultimate goal is to create opportunities to deepen appreciation for and understanding of a site in ways that are personal and relevant.  

Interpretive panels and other media serve as storytellers—through them, visitors become connected to a trail’s natural and cultural resources. At The Acorn Group, we focus our interpretive panel work on developing theme-based messages that are supported by brief and captivating passages, engaging images, and designs that are compatible with a site. Storytelling takes the form of visually striking media that resonate with visitors without detracting from the landscape.

Shown below are just a few of the many trail signs produced by The Acorn Group over the past two decades.

Ballona Freshwater Marsh

Playa Vista, CA

Coral Mountain Discovery Park

Coachella Valley, CA

 

Mary’s Trail

Laguna Canyon Wilderness Park

Laguna Beach, CA 

 

Laguna Canyon Wilderness Park

Laguna Beach, CA 

 

Limestone Canyon and Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park

Trabuco Canyon, CA

 

Quail Hill Community Park

Irvine, CA

 

River Oaks park

San Jose, CA

 

Trans Pacific Yacht Race Walk of Fame

Long Beach, CA

 

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