Let's See Your Amazing Parks

After passing through security and into The Main Street Plaza, the first exhibit guests may view (without riding a gyrosphere) is our Strange Defenses! exhibit, home to our Styracosaurus, Nasutoceratops, and Archeornithomimus!

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Across from them is The Hunting Grounds, home to our mated pair of Acrocanthosaurus, which guests may safely get a closer look in our Gyrospheres!

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Moving onto the main attractions, the Gryospheres! There are two Gryospheres here, the first of which takes guests through our Cretaceous Forest and Jurassic Forest exhibits!

In the Cretaceous Forest, guests can run alongside our packs of Velociraptors and Indoraptors, and marvel at the giant Ankylodocus and Dreadnoughtus!

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Guests who have visited one of our sister facilities may recognize some new, yet familiar faces calling our park home!

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Occasionally, our Strange Defenses! residents like to check out guests in their gyrospheres!

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After disembarking from our first Gyrosphere tour, guests can board our second tour after passing through The Hotel Plaza, hopefully after checking in for an extended stay!

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Here guests can safely (and slowly!) drive through our Armored Giants!, Iguanodontids, Hadrosaur Forest, and Gallimimus exhibits!

In Armored Giants!, guests will get up close and personal with some of the original heavy plate armor bearers, Euoplocephalus and Nodosaurus!

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In the Iguanodontids exhibit, guests can learn how, despite appearances, species that have been separated over the course of time and division of the continents can still be closely related to one another!

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Jens Erik

Senior Community Manager
Frontier
Kind of inspired by the real San Diego Zoo Safari Park (sister facility to the San Diego Zoo), the basic idea for this was to just build a couple of gigantic lots for the various species to run around in, each accessible only by Gyrosphere to protect our guests from the resident island's large predators, the Indoraptor and Acrocanthosaurus.
I think this is a great idea for a park! It looks really great, Persianking44!
 
I really like what you did with the guest park layout. It is very open and organized. I need to include wide paths to my JP era parks, the spacing adds to the overall look!
Thx! I recently watched the movie so I had to examine how it could resemble what the movie showed and show the dinosaurs in alphabetical order as in the movie. Took me awhile to get it organized though
 
Just finished up a Jurassic World themed park on Nublar 1993. The park is broken up into six primary sections including the following:
  • Park Entrance (Bottom Left)
  • Power Station (Bottom Right)
  • Main Vistor Hub (Center)
  • Security and ACU (Top Left)
  • Secondary Vistor Hub (Top Middle)
  • Research and Hatchery (Top Right)
Here are some screen shots of the end result:

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