The Sims and The Sims 2Edit
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.
The Sims 3Edit
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||+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.|
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.
Sunset Valley parksEdit
Central ParkEditCentral 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 is a small park themed around chess. It is a quiet place where Sims can relax on their time off.
"All the Rave" WarehouseEdit
"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 GardenEdit
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.
Four Bridges ParkEditFour 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.
Plaza ParkEditPlaza 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 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 BarEdit
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 parksEdit
Sun, Moon & Earth CampsEdit
No Visiters Allowed)
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 parksEdit
(No Visitors Allowed)
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 parksEdit
(No Visitors Allowed)
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 LotusEdit
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.
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.
The Hot Springs is a park in Shang Simla. It has a tomb below it, although it is not assigned as a tomb.
Twinbrook Town CenterEdit
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 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 GardensEdit
Twinbrook Community Gardens is a small park in Twinbrook which serves as a garden where fruit and vegetables can be found growing.
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 parksEdit
Crowe's Nest CampgroundsEdit
Crowe's Nest Campgrounds is a large park in Barnacle Bay. It features lots of beach umbrellas, tables and chairs.
Founder's Park is a medium-sized park in Barnacle Bay. It sits in front of the local school building.
Garden of the ForgottenEdit
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 is a medium-sized park in Barnacle Bay. It features playground equipment for child Sims.
Jollyboat Plaza is a medium-sized park in Barnacle Bay. It features lots of benches and sits behind Barnacle Beach.
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 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 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 skattered throughout and a skull and cross bones toy chest.
The Wanderer's Watering HoleEdit
Appaloosa Plains parksEdit
Hangman's Tree National Historic LandmarkEdit
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.
Starlight Shores parksEdit
Verde Park is a big park in Starlight Shores. Verde means green in many romance languages; like Spanish and Italian.
Tot Spot PlaygroundEdit
Tot Spot Playground is a small park in Starlight Shores.
Starlight Plaza is a small park in Starlight Shores.