Attractive resort maps attract attention and visitors. They tell the story of your resort because they engage your visitors.
A successful resort map motivates visitors to explore. As a result, both the resort and surrounding area receive deeper interaction from your guests.
Patti’s 1880’s Settlement in Grand Rivers, Kentucky. This family-friendly site has restaurants, putt-putt golf, a petting zoo, and fun and fascinating shops. Visit them online at Patti’s 1880’s Settlement.
Naia Resort and Spa, located in Belize, is an idyllic area with all the amenities of a modern resort, set in the beauty of the Caribbean. Visit them at Naia Resort and Spa.
Granite Point Resort in Eastern Washington, on Loon Lake, offers a full set of leisure activities, including the admiration of magnificent scenery. Visit the resort at Granite Point Resort.
Located in Benton, Kentucky, the Sportsman’s Lodge combines RV and cabin camping, and boating.
Resorts 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.
Private golf course in Michigan with natural vegetation textures and trees.
For Australia’s BIG4 Holiday Parks, we created this colorful map of camping and amenities at the Saltwater @ Yamba.
A recipe for a successful resort map
So what should a successful resort map offer?
1. It must be attractive enough to engage the visitor,
2. It must communicate visually. Instead of “x marks the spot,” a good resort map uses pictorial icons of things to tell what’s where.
It helps if the map design is modern and the map looks stylish. Bright colors and bold icons do more than show what’s where. They encourage exploration.
Your map should convey professionalism. You work to make your staff, facilities, and printed and web materials as professional as possible. Why not your map?
Building a resort map
We build maps from GIS data. Not only is the resulting map accurate, it also matches what visitors see when they view the area on their mobile phones and computers.
To learn more about what’s possible for your resort, see our Resort Maps–A Case Study and a related post, Parks & Recreation Maps–A Case Study. These may inspire you as you consider your own map.
Get a Quote
We’re happy to create a custom quote to make your map.