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Park is a type of community lot in The Sims and The Sims 2, and a lot assignment in The Sims 3 and The Sims 4.

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The Sims and The Sims 2[edit | edit source]

The Sims and The Sims 2 did not allow community lots to be specifically designated as parks, but a community lot could be designed as a park. In The Sims, Downtown and Old Town each had a park. In The Sims 2, parks are a common feature of neighborhoods and sub-neighborhoods, though not all will have a park.

In the console version of The Sims 2: Pets, the Town Square is a park.

The Sims 3[edit | edit source]

Attracts
Sims with either the loves the outdoors, angler or green thumb traits, or are in the athletic career.
Deters
Sims with the hates the outdoors trait.

Park lots attract Sims in a similar way to gym and pool lots, and are one of the few lot assignments that allow Sims to bring toddlers along. Lots can be set as small or large, which dictates how many Sims will gather there. If Pets is installed, strays may visit parks, and wild horses may visit large parks. Parks often feature grills and picnic tables, and typically push Sims to socialize.

As a lot assignment, parks provide the Beautiful Park moodlet:

Image Moodlet Name Mood Effect Time Period From Game Dialog/Description Notes Expansion
Beautiful Park.png Beautiful Park +15 - Park Lot The money City Hall put into this park was well spent! Swing sets, slides and jungle gyms, oh my! Does not appear if Sim has Hates the Outdoors trait.
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There are two types of lot assignments for park lots: Big Park and Small Park. These influence the boost of the moodlet, and also the number of Sims that will visit the lot. Magician NPCs appear at Big Park lots. Some of the lots listed on this page are actually No Visitors Allowed and Visitors Allowed lots. They generate a park map tag, but do not give the moodlets associated with true parks. The only true park lots added in The Sims 3: World Adventures are the Emperor's Plaza and the Hot Springs.

With Showtime, it is possible to add a stage to a park, which will allow that park to host some types of gigs. This can also be done in graveyards, fishing spots and beaches.

Sunset Valley parks[edit | edit source]

Central Park[edit | edit source]

Central Park
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Central Park in Sunset Valley.

Central Park is a big park in Sunset Valley. It is the most recognisable park in the game, and a place where many Sims gather. There are ponds for fishing, plants to harvest, and butterflies to collect. There are also picnic spawners that do not seem available in either build mode or buy mode. It is Sunset Valley's centerpiece and main park. Sims can play chess here. There are swing sets as well, and a small somewhat hidden bathroom building. With The Sims 3: Seasons expansion, it will host festivals.

Maywood Glen[edit | edit source]

Maywood Glen
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Maywood Glen in Sunset Valley.

Maywood Glen is a small park themed around chess. It is a quiet place where Sims can relax on their time off.

Sunnyside Strand[edit | edit source]

Sunnyside Strand
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Sunnyside Strand in Sunset Valley.

Sunnyside Strand is a small park situated on the coast below the Wolff family house in Sunset Valley. It looks like a beach, but does not have the beach lot assignment.

Recurve Strand[edit | edit source]

Recurve Strand
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Recurve Strand in Sunset Valley.

Recurve Strand is an extremely unremarkable small park situated on the coast of Sunset Valley. It looks like a beach, but does not have the beach lot assignment.

Riverview parks[edit | edit source]

"All the Rave" Warehouse[edit | edit source]

"All the Rave" Warehouse
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"All the Rave" Warehouse in Riverview.

"All the Rave" Warehouse is a small park in Riverview. It looks like an abandoned warehouse, and relatively few sims gather there. It is very similar to the Twinbrook Industrial Train Center in Twinbrook. With The Sims 3: Seasons expansion, it will host festivals.

Azalea Acres Community Garden[edit | edit source]

Azalea Acres Community Garden
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Azalea Acres Community Garden in Riverview.

Azalea Acres Community Garden is a small park in Riverview. It functions as a community garden, growing onions, limes and other uncommon fruit and vegetables.

Dogwood Playland[edit | edit source]

Dogwood Playland
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Dogwood Playland in Riverview.

Dogwood Playland is a small park in Riverview. It functions as a playground, featuring numerous toys like swing sets, slides, and the Rip Co. Little Baker Oven.

Four Bridges Park[edit | edit source]

Four Bridges Park
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Four Bridges Park in Riverview.

Four Bridges Park is a large park in Riverview. It functions as a plaza, where Sims can gather near lots rabbit hole lots. It was the Old Main Road.This is because there is a random intersection on Bridge Parkway and Main Street that can only be explain with this. Plus the park is the same width (10 Sim Units) as a road.

The Gazebo[edit | edit source]

The Gazebo
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The Gazebo in Riverview.

The Gazebo is a small park in Riverview. It looks like a bandstand that a band might play under, and has a stereo where Sims can dance and a chess table.

Plaza Park[edit | edit source]

Plaza Park
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Plaza Park in Riverview.

Plaza Park is a small park in Riverview. It links Four Bridges Park to The Gazebo. It was also the Old Main Road. This is because there is a random intersection on Bridge Parkway that can only be explain with this. Plus the park is the same width (10 Sim Units) as a road.

Riverwalk Park[edit | edit source]

Riverwalk Park
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Riverwalk Park in Riverview.

Riverwalk Park is a small park in Riverview. It runs along the riverside in on the central island in Riverview, and features a lot of greenery.

The Watering Hole Juice Bar[edit | edit source]

The Watering Hole Juice Bar
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The Watering Hole Juice Bar in Riverview.

The Watering Hole Juice Bar is a small park in Riverview. It looks like a bar, and features the bar object prominently. There is a stereo and two foosball tables, and a grill out back. If a player has Ambitions or Late Night, they can change the lot zoning to Hangout or Watering Hole to make it serve a more realistic purpose.

Note: There aren't any big parks in Riverview. Instead the center of town is divided into several small ones.

Al Simhara parks[edit | edit source]

Sun, Moon & Earth Camps[edit | edit source]

(No Visitors Allowed)

Camp Sun
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Camp Sun in Al Simhara.

Camps Earth, Sun, and Moon are all No Visitors Allowed[confirmation needed] lots in Al Simhara. They all feature tents, fire pits, and toilets. They are resting places for Sims on adventures in The Sims 3: World Adventures. They are very simple and look much the same.

Champs Les Sims parks[edit | edit source]

Rose Camps[edit | edit source]

(No Visitors Allowed)

Camp Rose
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One of the two Camp Roses in Champs Les Sims.

Camps Rose is No Visitors Allowed[confirmation needed] lots in Champs Les Sims. They both feature tents, and toilets. They are resting places for Sims on adventures in The Sims 3: World Adventures. They are very simple and look much the same.

Shang Simla parks[edit | edit source]

Abandoned Barn[edit | edit source]

(No Visitors Allowed)

Abandoned Barn
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Abandoned Barn in Shang Simla.

The Abandoned Barn is a No Visitors Allowed[confirmation needed] lot in Shang Simla. It has a few collectible seed spawners and some koi to fish up. There are three treasure chests on this lot, containing respectively a money bag, a fragment, and gem.

Camps Peony, Orchid, Chrysanthemum, and Lotus[edit | edit source]

(Visitors Allowed)

Camp Lotus
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Camp Lotus in Shang Simla.

Camps Peony, Orchid, Chrysanthemum, and Lotus is a Visitors Allowed[confirmation needed] lot in Shang Simla. They feature tents and toilets so that Sims can rest during adventures. They all look much the same.

Emperor's Plaza[edit | edit source]

Emperor's Plaza
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Emperor's Plaza in Shang Simla.

The Emperor's Plaza is a park lot in Shang Simla. It blends in with the lots around it to help give the impression of a fortified-in Asian city. There are swimming pools and chess tables, but not a lot else. It blends in particularly with Shang Simla Market.

Han's Orchard[edit | edit source]

(Visitors Allowed)

Han's Orchard
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Han's Orchard in Shang Simla.

Han's Orchard is a pretty Visitors Allowed[confirmation needed] lot in Shang Simla. It is a great park for gathering rare fruit like pomelos, and rare types of fish. It's clearly related to the hidden tomb called Han's Barn.

Hot Springs[edit | edit source]

Hot Springs
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Hot Springs in Shang Simla.

The Hot Springs is a park in Shang Simla. It has a tomb below it, although it is not assigned as a tomb.

Twinbrook parks[edit | edit source]

Twinbrook Town Center[edit | edit source]

Twinbrook Town Center
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Twinbrook Town Center in Twinbrook.

Twinbrook Town Center is a park in Twinbrook. It is centrally-located in town, in front of Twinbrook Town Hall and adjacent to Twinbrook Esplanade. And is the Main Park for Twinbrook

Twinbrook Esplanade[edit | edit source]

Twinbrook Esplanade
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Twinbrook Esplanade in Twinbrook.

Twinbrook Esplanade is a park in central Twinbrook. It is set against the lake and is across the road from Twinbrook Town Center and the town hall.

Twinbrook Community Gardens[edit | edit source]

Twinbrook Community Gardens
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Twinbrook Community Gardens in Twinbrook

Twinbrook Community Gardens is a small park in Twinbrook which serves as a garden where fruit and vegetables can be found growing.

Willowglen Ampitheatre[edit | edit source]

Willowglen Ampitheatre
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Willowglen Ampitheatre in Twinbrook

Willowglen Ampitheatre is a small park on the outskirts of Twinbrook, set up as an ampitheatre, with the stage set in the middle below tall columns.

Barnacle Bay parks[edit | edit source]

Crowe's Nest Campgrounds[edit | edit source]

Crowe's Nest Campgrounds
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Crowe's Nest Campgrounds in Barnacle Bay.

Crowe's Nest Campgrounds is a large park in Barnacle Bay. It features lots of beach umbrellas, tables and chairs.

Founder's Park[edit | edit source]

Founder's Park
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Founder's Park in Barnacle Bay.

Founder's Park is a medium-sized park in Barnacle Bay. It sits in front of the local school building.

Garden of the Forgotten[edit | edit source]

Garden of the Forgotten
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Garden of the Forgotten in Barnacle Bay.

Garden of the Forgotten is a small park in Barnacle Bay. Its most prominent feature is a pink cherry tree, a rare kind of flora in Barnacle Bay.

Grace's Garden[edit | edit source]

Grace's Garden
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Grace's Garden in Barnacle Bay.

Grace's Garden is a medium-sized park in Barnacle Bay. It features playground equipment for child Sims.

Jollyboat Plaza[edit | edit source]

Jollyboat Plaza
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Jollyboat Plaza in Barnacle Bay.

Jollyboat Plaza is a medium-sized park in Barnacle Bay. It features lots of benches and sits behind Barnacle Beach.

Lookout Park[edit | edit source]

Lookout Park
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Lookout Park in Barnacle Bay.

Lookout Park is a small park in Barnacle Bay. Like most parks in Barnacle Bay it has few distinguishing features as a lot, but it does feature a telescope looking out over an island with a lighthouse.

Pirate's Hideaway[edit | edit source]

Pirate's Hideaway
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Pirate's Hideaway in Barnacle Bay.

Pirate's Hideaway is a small park in Barnacle Bay. It features an underground cavern whose entrance is obscured by vegetation and players may easily fail to spot that there is a lot here. Pirate's Hideway appears to be part of the history of Barnacle Bay, it sits on a rocky outcrop on 0 Wanderer's Way. Some of the towns residents talk about long lost pirate treasure in their bios, could they be referring to this place? This was once the hide away for a pirate called Cathy Chaterly who died of old age. The basement below the stairs features a maze of rooms, (including Cathy's bedroom which is where you'll find her urn). Other urns with no names are scattered throughout and a skull and cross bones toy chest.

The Wanderer's Watering Hole[edit | edit source]

The Wanderer's Watering Hole
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The Wanderer's Watering Hole in Barnacle Bay.

The Wanderer's Watering Hole is a small drinking establishment in Barnacle Bay that is assigned as a park. It features bars for drinks and would suit being reassigned as a Hangout or Watering Hole.

Appaloosa Plains parks[edit | edit source]

Hangman's Tree National Historic Landmark[edit | edit source]

Hangman's Tree National Historic Landmark
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Hangman's Tree National Historic Landmark in Appaloosa Plains.

Hangman's Tree National Historic Landmark is a small park in Appaloosa Plains. Next to one of the bushes, there is the gravestone of Yellow-Foot Wild-Hair.

Lunar Lakes parks[edit | edit source]

Gamma Gardens and Park
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Gamma Gardens and Park in Lunar Lakes


Gamma Gardens and Park[edit | edit source]

5 Enterprise Avenue

Gamma Gardens and Park is a small park in Lunar Lakes which serves as a garden where fruit and vegetables can be found growing.

Solstice Stones[edit | edit source]

Solstice Stones
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Solstice Stones in Lunar Lakes.

16 Cavil Court

Solstice Stones is a small park in Lunar Lakes.

Community Garden[edit | edit source]

Community Garden
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Community Garden in Lunar Lakes.

7 Crater Lane

Community Garden is a small park in Lunar Lakes. It functions as a community garden, growing fruits and vegetables.

Starlight Shores parks[edit | edit source]

Verde Park[edit | edit source]

Verde Park
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Verde Park in Starlight Shores.

Verde Park is a big park in Starlight Shores. Verde means green in many romance languages; like Spanish and Italian.

Tot Spot Playground[edit | edit source]

Tot Spot Playground
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Tot Spot Playground in Starlight Shores.

Tot Spot Playground is a small park in Starlight Shores. It functions as a playground.

Starlight Plaza[edit | edit source]

Starlight Plaza
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Starlight Plaza in Starlight Shores.

Starlight Plaza is a small park in Starlight Shores.

Moonlight Falls parks[edit | edit source]

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Sims University parks[edit | edit source]

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Isla Paradiso parks[edit | edit source]

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Oasis Landing parks[edit | edit source]

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The Sims 4[edit | edit source]

In The Sims 4, there are two types of parks: parks and national parks. National parks were originally introduced in The Sims 4: Outdoor Retreat, but as of Patch 21 the lot assignment also available in the base game. Central parks were introduced in The Sims 4: City Living, however, the lot type is not available anywhere else to use, and is only found in Myshuno Meadows.

Parks usually include chess tables, children playsets and bathrooms. National parks only require a grill, a picnic table and a trash can. They are a great location for Sims with the loves outdoors trait.

List of parks[edit | edit source]

Magnolia Blossom[edit | edit source]

Magnolia Blossom
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Lot type Park
Value §56,131
Lot size 50x50
Number of floors 1
World Willow Creek
Game The Sims 4

Magnolia Blossom is a park built for Willow Creek.

Willow Creek Picnic Spot[edit | edit source]

Willow Creek Picnic Spot
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Lot type National Park
Value §19,345
Lot size 20x30
Number of floors 1
World Willow Creek
Game The Sims 4

Willow Creek Picnic Spot is a national park built for Willow Creek. It was included in Patch 21.

Desert Bloom[edit | edit source]

Desert Bloom
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Lot type Park
Value §79,156
Lot size 50x50
Number of floors 1
World Oasis Springs
Game The Sims 4

Desert Bloom is a park built for Oasis Springs. It is also the location of the entrance to Forgotten Grotto.

Newcrest Park[edit | edit source]

Newcrest Park
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Lot type Park
Value §32,668
Lot size 20x30
Number of floors 1
World Newcrest
Game The Sims 4

Newcrest Park is a park built for Newcrest. It was included in Patch 21.

Hare Square[edit | edit source]

Hare Square
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Lot type Park
Value §41,911
Lot size 30x20
Number of floors 1
Neighborhood Modern District
World Windenburg
Game The Sims 4

Hare Square is a park built for Windenburg. It is home to the League of Adventurers and the Garden Gnomes clubs.


Lost Gardens of Healing[edit | edit source]

Lost Gardens Of Healing
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Lot type National Park
Lot size 20x30
Game The Sims 4: Romantic Garden Stuff

Lost Gardens of Healing is a pre-built national park that comes with The Sims 4: Romantic Garden Stuff. It features the wishing well.

Myshuno Meadows[edit | edit source]

Myshuno Meadows
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Lot type Central Park
Lot size 64x64
Number of floors 2
World San Myshuno
Game The Sims 4: City Living

Myshuno Meadows is a large central park in San Myshuno. The lot type of this park cannot be changed, but the lot can be edited.

Pupperstone Park[edit | edit source]

Pupperstone Park
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Featuring a playground for their two-legged kids and an obstacle course for their four-legged ones, it's no wonder Brindletonians spend so many of their afternoons in this quaint public park.
Lot type Park
Value §33,583
Lot size 40x30
Lot traits Trait TS4 Dog Friendly.png Dog Friendly
Number of floors 1
Neighborhood Sable Square
World Brindleton Bay
Game The Sims 4: Cats & Dogs

Pupperstone Park is a park built for Brindleton Bay.

Ward Park[edit | edit source]

Ward Park
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Need an escape from the hustle and bustle of the celebrity lifestyle? Ward Park is the perfect place to clear your mind, relax, and listen to the sounds of water.
Lot type National Park
Value §8,740
Lot size 20x20
Number of floors 1
World Del Sol Valley
Game The Sims 4: Get Famous

Ward Park is a small national park in the Starlight Boulevard neighborhood of Del Sol Valley. It has a couple of benches overlooking the nearby water feature, a grill, a picnic table and a trash can.

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