There are various styles and methods of construction for the bases that make up HFC-produced wayside exhibits.
A man in shorts stands on the sidewalk with his hands in his pockets as he reads a low profile wayside.

Low-Profile Bases - Of all our standard bases, the low-profile base is used most often for interpretation.

Upright Base with an orientation map of the Coastal Hammock Trail at Fort Matanzas

Upright Bases - This style of base is used to provide opportunities, rules, regulations, safety information, and orientation.

Trailside wayside

Trailsides - These are typically used to identify a plant or building offering space for a sentence or two.

Ancillaries waysides

Ancillaries - These are add on items to enhance the visitors experience such as audio box, brochure holder, or a place where parks can leave temporary messages.

Last updated: October 1, 2019