In addition to ImageLOC® signs and exhibit bases, traffic, parking and novelty signs, we also manufacture a variety of reflective wayfinding signs, boundary markers for parks, land trusts and preservations. Additionally, we design and manufacture high-visibility signs and blazers made from durable polyethylene for trail signs, Nordic and downhill ski hills and trails, snowmobile and ATV trails and more.
Gopher Sign manufactures reflective signs to meet any specifications that may be required. We offer a variety of reflective properties from engineer grade reflective material to microprismatic retroreflective films that return as much as 60% of the available light back to the viewer. Our ability to print on these films provides unlimited design possibilities.
Boundary markers are commonly used in city, county and state park boundaries, federal lands, land trust boundaries, wildlife preserves, and more. They mark the edge of the property and must be designed to be highly visible while being durable to resist fading, cracking, peeling and delaminating. Gopher offers multiple printing technologies to create these signs which must stand up to the weather conditions of the areas on which they are installed.
Blazers are high-visibility markers typically attached to posts, trees, buildings and other surfaces to mark pathways and trails for easier wayfinding purposes. Gopher Sign Company manufactures our blazers out of high density, linear polyethylene. It is available in a variety of colors and are tested to resist cracking in temperatures down to 70 below zero. Blazers are available in a variety of colors.
POLYETHYLENE TRAIL MARKERS
Gopher’s trail markers are commonly use on snowmobile trails, Nordic ski trails, downhill ski runs, biking trails, ATV trails and more to inform and guide trail users in the safe use of the trails. Gopher Sign manufactures trail markers from high density, linear polyethylene, making them highly resistant to cracking in temperatures down to 70 below zero. They are available in a variety of colors.