Hidden Falls Regional Park Interpretive Signs

Auburn, California

Foothill Associates designed ten 18″ x 24″ interpretive trail signs and four 30″ x 36″ kiosk signs for Hidden Falls Regional Park in Auburn, California. Trail sign topics included flora, fauna, geology, Native American culture, and historical uses of the land. Kiosk signs highlighted shaded fuel breaks and educated visitors about the importance of fire risk reduction efforts being implemented in the park. Foothill developed content and provided graphic design, and images for the trail and kiosk signs. Each sign provides a broad overview of the topic and entices readers with interesting facts, things to look for along the trail, and supporting photographs. Submittals to the County included mock-up signs, draft (60%) signs, final (95%) signs, and completed sign files to help keep the project on schedule.

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Design of ten interpretive trail signs on flora, fauna, geology, Native American culture, and historical uses of the land.

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Interpretive sign along the trail.

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Trail maps are posted throughout the park.

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Trail maps are installed along the trail, available in print, and downloadable from Placer County's website.

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Kiosk signs highlighted fire risk reduction efforts implemented in the park.