Throwback Thursday! Spruce Lake RV Park – 1980s
Estes Park is home to a towering 1980’s, two-sided, Paxton sign. Still standing and holding its own, the Spruce Lake RV Park monument sign has weathered 40+ years of high country outdoor conditions. Rain, sleet, snow, wind, ice and UV rays all take their toll in the high country. However, we built this sign to last decades. And it has. The Spruce Lake sign is located on the Mary’s Lake road, a left turn off of the main Estes Park road to Rocky Mountain National Park’s south entrance. Visit their website at, https://sprucelakerv.com/
How we made the Spruce Lake RV Park sign
The sign’s main panel measures 10′ x 8′. It’s constructed of wood and high-density urethane. Hand-carved letters and a hand-painted lake scene dominate the space. The “WELCOME” panel letters are hand-carved as well.
We specialize in Communication Art!
Paxton Signs’ more than 41 year history includes hundreds of signs. Some are major monument signs, some small business signs. We’ve created ranch signs, lighted signs and signs made from recycled wood. We specialize in hand-painted and carved signs. In addition, we offer vehicle and fleet graphics. Paxton Signs provides a continuous variety of communication art for Fort Collins, northern Colorado and the surrounding mountain areas.
View more of Paxton Signs’ sign designs at, https://www.pinterest.com/boliver0474/boards/
View our galleries at www.paxtonsigns.com, or by using the menu bar, above. Contact us at 970-221-5519