Parks and recreation are proven attributes for cities, counties and states. Increased quality of life and revenue follow the greenways, trails, ballfields, and disc golf courses. Our maps show natural features. Realistic or symbolic, our icons show the fun that’s waiting residents and visitors.
Frisco, Texas, has an extensive system of trails and parks. We created close-up views of six of their biggest parks. Each parks map featured natural vegetation, realistic textures, and 3D icons for buildings and recreation equipment. The park maps were printed and distributed among park and city facilities throughout Frisco.
Resorts, like city parks, provide economic and life benefits. Our resort maps are built from GIS data. They’re geographically realistic–scale and direction are accurate. This helps visitors orient and locate themselves in the resort if they also use their smart phones for navigation. Besides accuracy, resort maps need to show what’s where and be attractive and engaging.
Sometimes a resort is, well, private. This one in Michigan includes a private golf course for family and friends. We used textures and realistic tree canopies to make this an attractive and informative graphic destined to be printed and displayed in the clubhouse.
Point Mallard Park in Decatur, Alabama is a complex of recreation activities. Golf, water slides, camping and a winding riverside biking trail make this park a popular destination. We made this map for a blog post for Visit Decatur AL. Using textures, this map conveys a more unique look.
Parks and resorts can entertain visitors year-round. They can also serve as convention and retreat sites. Clearly conveying building and amenity features benefit the visitor. Our maps are made to help visitors make the most use of what a park or resort offers.
For Australia’s BIG4 Holiday Parks, we created this colorful map of camping and amenities at the Saltwater @ Yamba.