Morristown National Historical Park is located in New Jersey, and is composed of four individual units and over 1200 acres. The largest and mostly utilized is Jockey Hollow. These units provide a variety of activities from historic destinations and buildings, to vehicular tour roads and hiking/biking trails.
JRC Design conducted an overall signage and existing conditions survey for over
38 unique signs, vehicular oriented types and provided recommendations for improvements in both message and placement/orientation. A system of identification and motorist guidance signs that were tailored to the site while maintaining consistency with current NPS standards was also provided for their future use and implementation when funds would be available.
The planning and development of a master wayfinding program is the organizational process of design coupled with the psychological process and understanding how people navigate. It is evaluation and research, the refinement of this gained information into goals and objectives, and then the development of communication and design strategies to reach them.