Wayfinding refers to information systems that guide people through The Preserve and enhance their understanding and experience of the park.

Wayfinding is particularly important in a 125 acre forest where visitors may need visual cues such as maps, directions, and symbols to help guide them to their destinations. Effective wayfinding systems contribute to a sense of well-being, safety, and security. A way to tell the story about this place.

These information systems help people develop “mental maps” of the story .  The terrain …and simplify their routes to the extent possible.

Comprehensive wayfinding systems often combine signage, maps, symbols, colors, and other communications. Increasingly, they integrate mobile applications, digital displays, RFID, and other wireless technologies.

Proposed Wayfinding System